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  • Jay_Q
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    I actually figured it out. I did cir.r as a variable. And created a generic point with cir.x.meas cir.y.meas and cir.z.meas+v1. I wish I would have seen your post earlier. I could have skipped the variable step.

  • tking
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    create a generic feature using your cir.x cir.y cir.z and add the radius value to one of them. cir.x.meas+cir.r.meas

  • Jay_Q
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    How can I align to this?

  • Schrocknroll
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    Cir1.r

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  • tking
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    Cir1.d.meas/2

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  • Jay_Q
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    I would need cir.x.meas, cir.y.meas, cir.z.meas. But half the diameter of those measured values. As if you where dimensioning a point to a circle with “add radius”

  • Caemgen
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    like a generic point using:

    cir12.hits[2].X , cir12.hits[2].Y , cir12.hits[2].Z

    on the measured values?

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  • Jay_Q
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    Using diameter edge

    I have 2 target points on a radius that i need to use. Instead of using a shank probe I’m wanting to take a circle on the radius and use half the measured value to create points to rotate to and dimension from. I can’t remember how to do it. Create a generic point maybe? Or use a variable? I remember this being very easy to do but for whatever reason can’t figure it out. Any help would be appreciated.

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