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Format for ".ibl" File

NEALROSENBLUM
1-Newbie

Format for ".ibl" File

All,

I am looking for the proper format for an ".ibl" file. I have an array of points and I want to create a spline through those points and I cannot remember or find the correct format.

I know that it looks something like:

Begin Section

Begin Curve

x1 y1 z1

x2 y2 z2

etc...

What am I missing?????????? TIA

WF4.0, M070

Sincerely,
Neal Rosenblum
Geometrix Engineering, Inc.
201 N. 13th Avenue
Hollywood, FL 33019
Ph:954-920-2049
Fax: 954-920-9574
Cell:954-649-9399
<u>neal@geometrixeng.c</u>

1 REPLY 1

Hello,

in the help files search for 'ibl' - there you'll find some infos.

IBL can be used for curves (datum curve / import from file) and points (create point as offset from csys)

Example:

open arclength
begin section !1
begin curve
0 100 200
-500 200 0
300 500 -45

This creates a single curve (curve by import)OR 3 points (offset from csys byimporting from file).

Andreas

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