Converting PC-DMIS to Geomeasure

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  • Converting PC-DMIS to Geomeasure

    I'm new to PC-DMIS and I'm trying to convert the PC-DMIS file to Geomeasure. The folowing are a few lines from a sphere measurment in PC_DMIS. I need to know what Coordinates are the Theoretical XYZ points and which are the theoretical vectors. Then I can manually enter them into Geomeasure. Can anyone please help?

    SPHR1 =FEAT/SPHERE,RECT,IN
    THEO/0.00005,0.00016,0.64154,0,0,1,1.82217
    ACTL/-0.00025,-0.00034,0.64551,0,0,1,1.83299
    MEAS/SPHERE,34
    MOVE/CLEARPLANE
    HIT/BASIC,NORMAL,0.07697,0.56517,-0.06859,-0.0844656,-0.6203825,0.7797379,0
    .07702,0.56399,-0.07174,USE THEO = YES.07702,0.56399,-0.07174,USE THEO = YES
    HIT/BASIC,NORMAL,0.28501,0.48354,-0.07608,-0.3128216,-0.5306255,0.7877685,0
    .28574,0.48215,-0.0787,USE THEO = YES.28574,0.48215,-0.0787,USE THEO = YES


    -Chad T.

  • #2
    THEO/0.00005,0.00016,0.64154,0,0,1,1.82217
    X^ Y^ Z^ x, y, z, dia
    sigpic
    if you had soap on a rope it would be tied to yer ankle

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    • #3
      X, Y, Z, I, J, K,
      THEO/0.00005, 0.00016, 0.64154, 0, 0, 1,1.82217

      Hope this helps.

      Mike
      Last edited by cmmmike; 03-28-2006, 12:36 PM.

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      • #4
        I think I understand the Circle definition but what about the XYZ and IJK in the actual hits?

        HIT/BASIC,NORMAL,0.07697,0.56517,-0.06859,-0.0844656,-0.6203825,0.7797379,0
        .07702,0.56399,-0.07174,USE THEO = YES.07702,0.56399,-0.07174,USE THEO = YES

        I need to know where to take my theoretical points and the vectors so that I can coorilate our program with another program.

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        • #5
          They follow the same as the theoretical.

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          • #6
            HIT/BASIC,NORMAL,0.07697,0.56517,-0.06859,-0.0844656,-0.6203825,0.7797379,0
            .07702,0.56399,-0.07174,USE THEO = YES.07702,0.56399,-0.07174,USE THEO = YES
            HIT/BASIC,NORMAL,0.28501,0.48354,-0.07608,-0.3128216,-0.5306255,0.7877685,0
            .28574,0.48215,-0.0787,USE THEO = YES.28574,0.48215,-0.0787,USE THEO = YES


            there are only two hits here. A sphere needs at least four.
            but anyway:
            Hit/basic,normal, o.x,o.y,o.z,o.I,o.J,o.K,i,j,k BUT YOU CAN LEAVE OFF THE LAST THREE IJK'S!
            sigpic

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