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how to change tracking set up in UNX

how to change tracking set up in UNX

how to change tracking set up in UNX

When drawing in Unigraphics,(a line for example) the first
entry (first point) can be entered in X & Y format but for the second point I have to enter length and angle, can I set up the system so that I can continue with X & Y? Thanks

RE: how to change tracking set up in UNX

After you enter the start point, enter another X and Y for the end point. Also, you can use the delta option to get delta offsets from the start point.

RE: how to change tracking set up in UNX


Are you reffering to nx2 or nx3 ?

RE: how to change tracking set up in UNX

Thanks Cowski, I never noticed that delta option. Just when you think you know most of what the software offeres, you find something new in the simplest of commands.

Keith Young
Walway Enterprises
UG Tool Design

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