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    What does the code look like if I want to take 3 individual points in the same spot that I measured in manual mode.

    Ex. 1)measured 3 points manually on top of 3 jo-blocks
    2)pnt4 = pnt1.x, pnt1.y,0,0,0,1 does not work for the 3 dcc points. it would in MM4 but I know I'm in PCDMIS
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    Create an auto vector point. Then in the edit window edit the target values to read pnt1.x,pnt1.y,pnt1.z,0,0,1

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    • #3
      Originally posted by AuRules View Post
      What does the code look like if I want to take 3 individual points in the same spot that I measured in manual mode.

      Ex. 1)measured 3 points manually on top of 3 jo-blocks
      2)pnt4 = pnt1.x, pnt1.y,0,0,0,1 does not work for the 3 dcc points. it would in MM4 but I know I'm in PCDMIS
      Use a SURFACE Point instead of a vector point and use RELATIVE measure.

      You then set the feature to the same nominals as the manual point you took, then set the relative measurement to all 3 axis on that manual point.
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      Originally posted by AndersI
      I've got one from September 2006 (bug ticket) which has finally been fixed in 2013.

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      • #4
        I use that method all the time, and it works fine for me.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by BKulpa View Post
          I use that method all the time, and it works fine for me.
          Which method?
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          Originally posted by AndersI
          I've got one from September 2006 (bug ticket) which has finally been fixed in 2013.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Matthew D. Hoedeman View Post
            Use a SURFACE Point instead of a vector point and use RELATIVE measure.

            You then set the feature to the same nominals as the manual point you took, then set the relative measurement to all 3 axis on that manual point.
            I've used both, but I prefer Matt's method...
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            • #7
              I use Matt's method with surface points.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Matthew D. Hoedeman View Post
                Use a SURFACE Point instead of a vector point and use RELATIVE measure.

                You then set the feature to the same nominals as the manual point you took, then set the relative measurement to all 3 axis on that manual point.
                Matt I would like to try this do you have a small sample you done you could send out.....
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by AuRules View Post
                  Matt I would like to try this do you have a small sample you done you could send out.....
                  Code:
                  P001       =FEAT/POINT,RECT
                              THEO/638.968,-57.335,-666.543,0,0,1
                              ACTL/638.968,-57.335,-666.543,0,0,1
                              MEAS/POINT,1
                              HIT/BASIC,NORMAL,638.968,-57.335,-666.543,0,0,1,638.968,-57.335,-666.543,USE THEO = YES
                              ENDMEAS/
                              MODE/DCC
                  P002       =AUTO/SURFACE POINT,SHOWALLPARAMS = YES
                              THEO/638.968,-57.335,-666.543,0,0,1
                              ACTL/638.959,-57.35,-666.542,0,0,1
                              TARG/638.968,-57.335,-666.543,0,0,1
                              THEO_THICKNESS = 0,RECT,SNAP = NO,$
                              AUTO MOVE = NO,DISTANCE = 5,RMEAS = P001,P001,P001,$
                              INIT = 0,PERM = 0,SPACER = 0
                  Then, no matter WHERE you take that manual hit, the DCC hit following it will be in the exact same place, THANKS TO RELATIVE MEASURE!

                  The relative measure is kind of a drop-down in the auto feature dialog box for SURFAEC point (not vector point, but without any sample hits, a surface point is EXACTLY the same as a vector point).
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                  Originally posted by AndersI
                  I've got one from September 2006 (bug ticket) which has finally been fixed in 2013.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Matthew D. Hoedeman View Post
                    Code:
                    P001       =FEAT/POINT,RECT
                                THEO/638.968,-57.335,-666.543,0,0,1
                                ACTL/638.968,-57.335,-666.543,0,0,1
                                MEAS/POINT,1
                                HIT/BASIC,NORMAL,638.968,-57.335,-666.543,0,0,1,638.968,-57.335,-666.543,USE THEO = YES
                                ENDMEAS/
                                MODE/DCC
                    P002       =AUTO/SURFACE POINT,SHOWALLPARAMS = YES
                                THEO/638.968,-57.335,-666.543,0,0,1
                                ACTL/638.959,-57.35,-666.542,0,0,1
                                TARG/638.968,-57.335,-666.543,0,0,1
                                THEO_THICKNESS = 0,RECT,SNAP = NO,$
                                AUTO MOVE = NO,DISTANCE = 5,RMEAS = P001,P001,P001,$
                                INIT = 0,PERM = 0,SPACER = 0
                    Then, no matter WHERE you take that manual hit, the DCC hit following it will be in the exact same place, THANKS TO RELATIVE MEASURE!

                    The relative measure is kind of a drop-down in the auto feature dialog box for SURFAEC point (not vector point, but without any sample hits, a surface point is EXACTLY the same as a vector point).

                    Thanks Matt - I will print this out for future referance.....
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