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    I have a program to check multiple features on these parts for inspection. I have looped 1-3 with one loop command that translates along X. My question is there a way include parts 4-9 in my loop or do I have to duplicate all alignments & features and then loop each row separate? Please see attached .jpg
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    Originally posted by bhska
    I have a program to check multiple features on these parts for inspection. I have looped 1-3 with one loop command that translates along X. My question is there a way include parts 4-9 in my loop or do I have to duplicate all alignments & features and then loop each row separate? Please see attached .jpg
    I would make two loops: for ex. first translates along Y and second with in the first one translates along X.
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    • #3
      Like Niko said use nested loops.
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      • #4
        Loop the loop


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        • #5
          I would like to know how to LOOP the LOOP. I also have some part like this and would like to check them al at one time. I have put in a Loop for the X. But when it finishes the loop, how do I tell it to go in the Y and measure the rest of the parts?
          Thanks

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          • #6
            Though I haven't done it myself I would think that by using the variable ID, you could make your "Y" move once the program has looped the number of times defined by the "variable ID"

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            • #7
              If you going down the bottom and pick the first looping by B. Jacobs I think. I put some code out there, it is mainly for stats but you may find something that will help.
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