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PRINT PAR TERSE in relative coordinates

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adrian.motea
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PRINT PAR TERSE in relative coordinates

Hi,

I need to get the relative coordinates of this workplane using echo command, but I can only get the absolute ones.

 

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Is there a way to get them with print par terse or a workaround to extract them?

 

Thank you

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I don't know if I am missing something
I figured it out how to find the origin, which is basically the distance, but in that previous topic I can't find how to get the vectors of the relative workplane

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It's there, indirectly. vector_to_work()

 

REAL ARRAY VecZ[] = vector_to_work($entity("Workplane","theoric") , $entity("Workplane","theoric_relation").ZAxis)

 

 

Rafael Sansão

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