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  1. ahh, okay. that is also quite a different take on this. Appreciate you sharing
  2. Thank you all : ) Although on a side note, i would really like your opinion on the logic that i was going for. do you think that would work out or there is a better way of doing it?
  3. Although i want to a customized output depending on % match. All the user needs to do would be to just run the tcl script and end result should be that of sets which contain sets of components which are 70%, 80%, 90% matching and a separate one for non matching comps. Do you think this is possible with that comparison tool ?
  4. Thank you so much for the quick reply. Actually I was trying to select points based on surfid or geometry id. both didn't work. I think as you said I can use *createmarkpanel and select all the displayed points and perform the check. I had no idea about the parts browser option. I am not able to find that option though. I'm using HM14.0. Does that matter ? Yea i just found the option. thank you
  5. Hi, I would like to know if there is any way to get these point information along with coordinates. I am actually thinking to write a macro which will check for %match of FE and CAD. What it does will be to extract mid surface and with the point data information, i'll match it with my FE coordinate. Maybe provide for an allowance. So if it is completely matching then almost all major feature change areas will have a corresponding FE node. If any other command exists for this purpose also, please do let me know.
  6. Yea. It is working. Thanks a ton .. I thought that command was specifically for tied contact, so was trying other ones..
  7. does it work for contact spotweld in dyna properly ?
  8. Hi, I would like to know, how to get the script to get the elements in contact (spotweld/tied) in dyna by giving only a node as input. The command file does not give clear steps except for *findmark elements 1 1 1 etc.. or findfaces for getting the solid weld element faces. I tried it manually but beyond getting the solid elements, I'm not getting the 2D elements which are defined in contact spotweld. What must I do to get them too ??.
  9. Check the "block redraw"command. I'm not sure about the exact command name but those words appear in the command. For images just type "image" in the search option in hypermesh reference guide. I'll gt back if I get the exact command names.
  10. Actually for this code I really want it as a component selection rather than element. That way the user knows the entire range of selection he/she is making. Like as much as possible I want to avoid the element selection as it would be not as appealing to the user. And I'm sorry, I don't know much about graphic selection changes, haven't explored those options.
  11. Hi, Is there a way to select components in the order the user selects ?? I checked for *createlistpanel but it isn't applicable for components, and hm_getmark always gives a result of a list which is ascending order only.
  12. @Livil Lyle @tinh any ideas on how get that "select from list" gui ??
  13. Like I don't want to use a message prompt for selecting each component and I don't want to use *createmarkpanel for the same. Hm_callcollector also allows only selection of one component.
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