Difference between revisions of "GET OP FEAT ANGLES"

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|param1=<op number>|param1_desc=Operation number.
 
|param1=<op number>|param1_desc=Operation number.
 
|param2=<feature number>|param2_desc=Feature number.
 
|param2=<feature number>|param2_desc=Feature number.
|param3=<start angle>|param3_desc=Feature start angle.
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|param3=<start angle>|param3_desc={{parameter_variable_any_name}} the start angle.
|param4=<end angle>|param4_desc=Feature end angle
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|param4=<end angle>|param4_desc={{parameter_variable_any_name}} the end angle
|param5=<included angle>|param5_desc=Included angle (zero if not an arc).
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|param5=<included angle>|param5_desc={{parameter_variable_any_name}} the included angle (zero if not an arc).
 
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Latest revision as of 18:54, 13 January 2011

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Command

GET_OP_FEAT_ANGLES <op number> <feature number> <start angle> <end angle> <included angle>


Get the angles of a feature in operation toolpath.

Parameters

<op number>
Operation number.
<feature number>
Feature number.
<start angle>
Name of variable to be set to the start angle.
<end angle>
Name of variable to be set to the end angle
<included angle>
Name of variable to be set to the included angle (zero if not an arc).

Example

GET_OP_FEAT_ANGLES 3, 10, StartAng, EndAng, IncAng

Get the angles of the 10th feature in the toolpath associated with operation 3.