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    How do I change from one workplane to another in my program when inputing my distances from plane to plane for height in z. How do i go from xy to yz or xz?

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    if not on your toolbar goto:

    Insert
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    Parameter Change
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    Workplane

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    • #3
      Also, if usinf 4.0 or above, be aware that reporting of your TP stuff is dependent on the workplane. Now this is only relative to the small "target" plot that is associated with each TP dimension but it is something to be aware of. If you were to use the "target" plot as a guide for editting, it could lead you down a path you don't want to go(if your workplane is not set correctly during the reporting it will be opposite of what you need). But, I do like the "target" plot that they have included. I gues it could also be called a graphical representation of the TP?
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      • #4
        Originally posted by JamesMannes
        Also, if usinf 4.0 or above, be aware that reporting of your TP stuff is dependent on the workplane. Now this is only relative to the small "target" plot that is associated with each TP dimension but it is something to be aware of. If you were to use the "target" plot as a guide for editting, it could lead you down a path you don't want to go(if your workplane is not set correctly during the reporting it will be opposite of what you need). But, I do like the "target" plot that they have included. I gues it could also be called a graphical representation of the TP?
        Boy this forum is going down hill quick! Just the other day we had an excel script version of TP. Now we are getting a graphical representation of TP. Why can't you people just leave that stuff on the little holder in the stall where it belongs?

        jk Sorry James and Adam, I just could not resist. I return you now to your formerly serious thread.
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        • #5
          Wes,
          You lost me with the ecxel script TP reference. Eh? What you talkin bout Wes?
          As far as the little picture goes it is kind of nice
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          James Mannes

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          • #6
            Originally posted by JamesMannes
            Wes,
            You lost me with the ecxel script TP reference. Eh? What you talkin bout Wes?
            As far as the little picture goes it is kind of nice
            Take a look at this when you have a little spare time.
            sigpic"Hated by Many, Loved by Few" _ A.B. - Stone brewery

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