Camio Profile point to PC-DMIS equivalent

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  • Camio Profile point to PC-DMIS equivalent

    To anyone who has experience with Camio,

    I have a customer using Camio V6.1. Their printout shows a number of profile points being used or perhaps they are called arc points. Would this feature be the equivalent of a vector point in PC-DMIS? A sample of the report code is below.

    ************************************************** *******************
    Polar coordinates for the .250 blend radius adjacent the .958 radius in zone D7. segment is to small to accurately output as a radius.
    Point:PT_ARC59_1
    XY-radius 0.2485 0.2500 -0.0100 +0.0100 -0.0015 ---*---
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Point:PT_ARC59_2
    XY-radius 0.2485 0.2500 -0.0100 +0.0100 -0.0015 ---*---
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Point:PT_ARC59_3
    XY-radius 0.2493 0.2500 -0.0100 +0.0100 -0.0007 ---*---
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ************************************************** *******************

    I would like to emulate these features in PC-DMIS.

    Thank you
    Patrick

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    Yeah! the look like vector points taken on the arc.

    Report polar radius.
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    • #3
      It is so much easier to help you when you have a full Machine profile filled out,different versions do different things,plus a picture of what you are trying to report on helps also.

      Just because someone else does something one way does not make their way the only way or necessarily the right way.

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