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Point option in Rapidform XOR

Pointcommand allows you to add reference coordinate.

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Click Ref.Geometry in the Select Filter toolbar and select three Ref.Plane like the below image.

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Selection – If you select entities, the application show each entity’s name.

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l Definition – You can create one reference coordinate with specified position and direction.

a) Origin & Axis– You can create one reference coordinate using specified local origin position, X axis and Z axis.

Origin – Specifies the coordinates of the local origin point.

Axis1 / Alxis2– Specifies the local axis1 and axis2 direction.

Order– X, Y or Z direction of Axis1 and Axis2 will be decided by order. If order is XY, the Axis1 become X direction and Axis2 become Y direction.

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b) Origin & Rotation– You can create one reference coordinate using specified local origin point and rotation angle about each axis.

Origin – Specifies the coordinates of the local origin.

Rotation – Specifies the degree of the angle the coordinate rotates about each global axis.

l Extract– You can extract reference coordinate from selected entity.

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Entity can be; Mesh, Region, Poly-Faces, Poly-Vertices, Ref.Polyline, 2D Curve, 3D Curve, Body Edge, Body Face

Remove Outlier– If you select None, no outlier remove option will be used. If you select N*Sigma, you need to input N value into the box on the right. The fitting will be done by excluding fitting data whose error is bigger than N times of the standard deviation. If you select Ratio, you need to input a ratio value into the box on the right. The fitting begins with sorting the fitting data according to the error. Then only the data fall into the ratio will be used in the fitting. If you select Absolute Distance, you need to input a distance value into the box on the right. The fitting will be done by excluding the fitting data outside of this distance. If you select Sampling Ratio, the fitting will be done using fitting data sampled according to the specified value.

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Use Only Effective Data – Effective data means sampled data and outlier removed data. If checked, only the effective data will be used in the fitting.

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l Pick Multiple Point– You can create one reference coordinate using multiple picking points. The first point will be origin, the second point will be axis1 and the third point will be axis2. Each axis will follow the Order. If you select three more points, the application fits points and creates reference coordinate.

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Point can be; Ref.Point, Curve Point, Body Vertex, Picked Point, Spherical Region / Face, Circle, Arc

l Pick Point & Line – You can create one reference coordinate using picking point and line.

Point can be; Ref.Point, Curve Point, Body Vertex, Picked Point, Spherical Region / Face, Circle, Arc
Line can be; Ref.Vector, Linear Curve, Cylindrical Region / Face, Conical Region, Revolution Region, Linear Body Edge

l Pick Point & Coordinate– You can create one reference coordinate by picking a point and reference coordinate. You need to select a point and reference coordinate.

Point can be; Ref.Point, Curve Point, Body Vertex, Picked Point, Spherical Region / Face, Circle, Arc
Line can be; Ref.Coordinate

l Intersect 3 Planes– You can create one reference coordinate using three planes (in z-y-x order).

Plane can be; Ref.Plane, 2D sketch, Planar Body Face, Planar Region

l Tangent– You can create one reference coordinate using one point that is located on a mesh. You can also select a point and face. The to-be-created reference coordinate tangents to the picked position.

Point can be; Ref.Point, Curve Point, Body Vertex, Picked Point
Face can be; Body Face

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