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Parametric triangles - isosceles, right-angled, equilateral

A - answer By adding parametric constraints (geometric and dimensional - see the ribbon "Parametric") in AutoCAD you can create geometric objects maintaining their internal constraints.

You can explore an example of an isosceles, right-angled (rectangled) and equilateral triangle and its behavior when grip-editing - see the Block library (Triangles-param.dwg) or the recording:

editing of parametric objects

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See also:
Tip 12961:Bolt-nut constraint/joint in Fusion 360.
Tip 12755:How to create a polyline with multi-colored segments?
Tip 12749:Generate parametric mathematical 3D surfaces (meshes) in Fusion 360.
Tip 12046:Random shape and appearance of an Inventor part or assembly.
Tip 12024:How to create a custom iProperty or Parameter with iLogic?


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