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Creating x,y,z points as a Single Matrices

ptc-2209243
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Creating x,y,z points as a Single Matrices

Hi,

I have 3 separate matrices x, y, z in Mathcad Prime 2.0. I need to convert this three matrices into a single matrices. So that I cant import into Creo, then will create curve out of it.

Please give me a suggestion.

Thanks & Regards,

G.Saravanan

saravanang@softcell.in

4 REPLIES 4
RichardJ
19-Tanzanite
(To:ptc-2209243)

The variable p is not a matrix, it's a range variable. Therefore x, y, and z are not matrices, they are merely functions eveluated for each value of the range variable. Make p a vector. You then need to vectorize the functions for x, y, and z.

Hi Richard Jackson,

Thanks for your reply.

But if we change the degrees to vector, we are getting negative points of x,y,z and the results are coming wrong.

Thanks

G.Saravanan

saravanang@softcell.in

RichardJ
19-Tanzanite
(To:ptc-2209243)

I forgot to multiply by degrees.

You had two other errors. In the defintions of CTT2(p) and B(p) you have R2 as a variable, not a function of p. CTT2 also needs vectorizing.

Hi Saravana

I have Tried your file, I got the Datum points what u define in Mathcad. For Integrating Mathcad with Creo Kindly go through the youtube Videos.

If you have Queries kindly Revert me back.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDTXb4QBQ78

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fSRVdWqHKlo

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