For the program the X is to be 0 for each

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    For the program the X is to be 0 for each so x 0 , y .805 but until I get to the opposite side of the part the x is not the correct number . Am I missing a step ?

    Below is the CAD and program in a sharable google docs link

  • #2
    Keep in mind this is not in any way some sort of "official' tech support forum. Hexagon doesn't even have any employees moderating it, let alone helping users. This is just a community of users.

    Knowing that: your post explains nothing at all. It's cryptic and confusing.
    I'm not downloading and opening your program. No time for that.

    It's much better forum interaction to take the time to write out very complete descriptions of:
    1) Your goal
    2) Your problem
    3) A polite request for help from the community.

    and then after you get helped, stick around and see if you can help others - "pay it forward", if you will.


    • sscandlon
      sscandlon commented
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      I am aware I just usually am asked to post my code and I am very new to PCDMIS so when I am able to "pay it forward " I will but at the moment I was just looking for a little guidance not tech support.

  • #3
    I took the time to open it. It's a screencap of the graphic display. No program code.

    I was just as confused.


    • #4
      What are you trying to do? We not trying to beat you up, we want to help.


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