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Gridfinity in onshape

harel_barak952harel_barak952 Member Posts: 18
I'm looking for some help in Gridfinity modifications. I'm pretty new to Onshape.
I want to have a way to change the grid and bean size. lets say the original Gridfinity bean is 42X42X7 mm, so I want to have a way to change it to 40X40X5 mm, and also adjusting the grid to those specific measures. 
I want to change the dimensions to be able to make specific fit for different drawers that I have in my garage. 
this website is a grate example of what I want - https://gridfinity.perplexinglabs.com/ 
you can change the bin dimension and then the grid dimension and make them fit together. 
I saw this shared document that is looking good to me - https://cad.onshape.com/documents/a33076f9d5e90e75db5dc4c8/w/d83242a2770b1d838fcc061a/e/000632cae702373408d9c54f
But I didn't quite understand if it's possible to do what I described. If it's not possible, is it a fairly simple matter to create a variable that will do the calculation needed to adjust the dimensions of the two parts so that they fit together?
I just want a way to do what I can do in the generator site ( https://gridfinity.perplexinglabs.com/ ) but in Onshape. 
thank and I hope you understand 


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