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    K ....I have been taking Auto Circle features on a part and have had no problem (like the bottom pic, straight forward , 4 points , no problem). Now everytime I pick a new circle for auto circle I get these little move like points (see above pic) in between my hit points which now gives my an error "bad angle" .when executed.

    The only way to fix this is to rotate my hit points till these little points line up with my hit points, which is a real pain in the *** to do this for every hole now.Have no idea why this as happened all of a sudden

    How do I get my simple 4 hit points back like shown in the bottom pic.

    Tia

    Coot
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    Last edited by thecoot; 04-19-2006, 12:56 PM.

  • #2
    Just a guess, F9 the feature in the edit window and change the start and end angles to 0 and 360.

    TK
    sigpicHave a homebrew

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    • #3
      Make sure your Pitch is set to ZERO

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      • #4
        Sorry, a good look at the pix told me that was the wrong answer.

        TK
        sigpicHave a homebrew

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        • #5
          Yep pitch is at zero ....... very strange

          Coot

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          • #6
            Could you post that section of code?

            TK
            sigpicHave a homebrew

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            • #7
              Originally posted by tking
              Could you post that section of code?

              TK
              CIR6 =AUTO/CIRCLE,SHOWALLPARAMS = NO,SHOWHITS = YES
              THEO/-176.042,-134.264,-5.449,0,0,1,10.5
              ACTL/-176.042,-134.264,-5.449,0,0,1,10.5
              TARG/-176.042,-134.264,-5.449,0,0,1
              MEAS/CIRCLE
              HIT/BASIC,-170.792,-134.264,-6.849,-1,0,0,-170.792,-134.264,-6.849
              HIT/BASIC,-176.042,-129.014,-6.849,0,-1,0,-176.042,-129.014,-6.849
              HIT/BASIC,-181.292,-134.264,-6.849,1,0,0,-181.292,-134.264,-6.849
              HIT/BASIC,-176.042,-139.514,-6.849,0,1,0,-176.042,-139.514,-6.849
              ENDMEAS/


              Coot
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              • #8
                Coot,

                What would happen if you deselected the circular move box?

                TK
                sigpicHave a homebrew

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                • #9
                  Turn off circular moves and put in start and end angles.
                  sigpicRAH
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                  • #10
                    Coot,

                    Did you beat this thing yet?

                    TK
                    sigpicHave a homebrew

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                    • #11
                      Have to get back to ya's , on another job just now , might work though, funny thing is a previous hole I did has circular checked and I had no problem with that one.

                      will let ya's know soon ..........

                      Coot

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                      • #12
                        Do you need to use the spacer? If so, shouldn't it be larger than your diameter?
                        sigpic

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by thecoot
                          CIR6 =AUTO/CIRCLE,SHOWALLPARAMS = NO,SHOWHITS = YES
                          THEO/-176.042,-134.264,-5.449,0,0,1,10.5
                          ACTL/-176.042,-134.264,-5.449,0,0,1,10.5
                          TARG/-176.042,-134.264,-5.449,0,0,1
                          MEAS/CIRCLE
                          HIT/BASIC,-170.792,-134.264,-6.849,-1,0,0,-170.792,-134.264,-6.849
                          HIT/BASIC,-176.042,-129.014,-6.849,0,-1,0,-176.042,-129.014,-6.849
                          HIT/BASIC,-181.292,-134.264,-6.849,1,0,0,-181.292,-134.264,-6.849
                          HIT/BASIC,-176.042,-139.514,-6.849,0,1,0,-176.042,-139.514,-6.849
                          ENDMEAS/


                          Coot
                          In the attached thumbnail it shows CirMove is turned on yet the surface hits are depicted with Cirmove off, whats up?
                          James Temmen

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