How to output scan pnt deviation

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  • How to output scan pnt deviation

    Good Afternoon,
    I am running 3.7 MR3

    I have CAD data on the screen and the mold (steel) on the table. I have created and run a patch scan on part of the mold. I want to print the graphic of this scan and show how much deviation there is +/- to data for each point of the scan. We could then determine the high and low points and from that determine how much we need to weld or machine to bring the mold back to nominal.

    Any and all help is appreciated!
    Thank You
    JCTB

  • #2
    f9 scan , change to points
    dim each point t value
    DR Watson shut me down again !!!! :mad: Smoke break:eek:

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    • #3
      on the screen double click on the desired labels, you will a box with x,y,z and such,the go in your report you will see them, you should also put your cursor at the end of your program before you double click on the labels, the on the first on in the report, hit the f9 key and click on the boxes you like click off the ones you dont. I know there is another way, probly the right way to get the boxes, but I just click on the screen, Part of my " back yard theory"
      sigpicSummer Time. Gotta Love it!

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      • #4
        EXCELLENT!
        Exactly what I wanted.
        Thanks again,
        JCTB

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        • #5
          Thanks who, Jefferey Or me . Or is what a Jefferey told you and what I told you the same thing
          sigpicSummer Time. Gotta Love it!

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          • #6
            as long as we helped !!
            DR Watson shut me down again !!!! :mad: Smoke break:eek:

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            • #7
              Jeffrey and Paul. Both methods worked. Two ways to get to the same place!

              JCTB

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              • #8
                I like Jeffery's way better than Paul's........................
                When in doubt, post code. A second set of eyes might see something you missed.
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