My question is how do we extract those coordinates when we only have nodes or points.
I want to extract my coordinates into an ASCII file or Excell file just like when we do it with a block when we do extract attribute.
copy/paste from the text window to a text editor. Then you will have to edit
out the extra data.
Try asking in the customization group or searching the internet. It
shouldn't be too difficult to write a lisp routine to do this.
The following will replace all points on layer work with a block named pnt.
(defun C2B ()
(setq ARQ (getvar "ATTREQ"))
(setvar "ATTREQ" 0)
(setq count 0
SST (ssget "X" '((0 . "POINT")(8 . "WORK")))
(while (< count (sslength SST))
(setq ENT (entget (ssname SST count)))
(setq INSP (cdr (assoc 10 ENT)))
(command "-insert" "pnt" insp "" "" "")
(setq count (1+ count))
(setvar "ATTREQ" ARQ)
No This is not what I am looking for.
I want to extract my coordinates into an ASCII file or Excell file just like
when we do it with a block when we do extract attribute.
What if the model is 3Dmodel and i want to extract the data result from the nodes at the middle of the part thickness?
In 3D model, normally there are 6 layers in meshing. However, in the results, it is very difficult to identify which node is at the middle of the layer.
Anyone can help?