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FS#1555 - Export list of points.

Attached to Project: QCAD
Opened by Baumi (Baumfaust) - Wednesday, 08 March 2017, 16:54 GMT+1
Task Type Feature Request
Category QCAD (main)
Status Assigned
Assigned To Andrew (andrew)
Operating System All
Severity Low
Priority Normal
Reported Version 3.16.5
Due in Version Undecided
Due Date Undecided
Percent Complete 0%
Votes 0
Private No

Details

Hello
It would be great when you can add a function to export a selected object as a list of points.
Is it possible to add?

Autodes DWG TrueView 2017 has this function and it is very useful.
Here you can see a screenshot of this function.

This task depends upon

Comment by Andrew (andrew) - Thursday, 09 March 2017, 08:44 GMT+1

Thanks for your feature request.
To increase the chances of this being implemented, please provide sample input / output and explain why such a feature might be useful to you and others. Thanks.

Comment by Baumi (Baumfaust) - Friday, 10 March 2017, 07:59 GMT+1

We use the exported List of points as input for a Kuka Robot System. We receive CAD drawings, select some regions of it and create trajectories for the robot.

Comment by Baumi (Baumfaust) - Friday, 10 March 2017, 08:01 GMT+1

output could look like this:

          at point  X=  82.1944  Y= 424.7488  Z=   0.0000
          at point  X=  82.1944  Y= 423.2455  Z=   0.0000
          at point  X=  82.1944  Y= 420.6953  Z=   0.0000
          at point  X=  82.1944  Y= 419.3444  Z=   0.0000
          at point  X=  82.1944  Y= 415.3822  Z=   0.0000
          at point  X=  82.1944  Y= 413.3255  Z=   0.0000
          at point  X=  82.1944  Y= 413.1276  Z=   0.0000
          at point  X=  82.2079  Y= 413.0771  Z=   0.0000
          at point  X=  82.2258  Y= 413.0100  Z=   0.0000
          at point  X=  82.2357  Y= 412.9729  Z=   0.0000
          at point  X=  82.2477  Y= 412.9280  Z=   0.0000
          at point  X=  82.2557  Y= 412.8981  Z=   0.0000
          at point  X=  82.3728  Y= 412.4594  Z=   0.0000
          at point  X=  87.4300  Y= 393.5195  Z=   0.0000
          at point  X=  88.3974  Y= 389.8966  Z=   0.0000
          at point  X=  88.6478  Y= 388.9589  Z=   0.0000
          at point  X=  88.7407  Y= 388.6106  Z=   0.0000
          at point  X=  88.8186  Y= 388.2955  Z=   0.0000
          at point  X=  88.8646  Y= 388.0857  Z=   0.0000
          at point  X=  88.9089  Y= 387.8604  Z=   0.0000
          at point  X=  88.9427  Y= 387.6668  Z=   0.0000
          at point  X=  88.9700  Y= 387.4917  Z=   0.0000
          at point  X=  88.9972  Y= 387.2924  Z=   0.0000
          at point  X=  89.0151  Y= 387.1421  Z=   0.0000
Comment by Andrew (andrew) - Friday, 10 March 2017, 08:19 GMT+1

Thanks for the details.

What coordinates would get exported for a line? Start point and end point? All points on the line with a given interval? How about arcs, circles, splines, etc?
How can you later determine which coordinates were part of the same line? Or is that irrelevant for your use case? Thanks.

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