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  1. Hi All, I am trying to break down a 3d mesh to resolve it down to a single plane of elements generated by finding faces, such that I can then find the hole centroids in this 3d mesh. I ask the user to select a component, the Z dimension representing the offset X-Y plane that the circles are in, and then proceed to start marking / selecting / organizing elements such that I end up with planar surface elements in a new component. All of these commands work when I play with them manually in hypermesh however when I try to call the process in tcl: set CompIDFaces1 [Test1 $CompIDList1 $Z $tol] I get the error: invalid command name "Test1" My code is below, I suspect this is some kind of syntax error. Would be much appreciated if anyone help out with this issue. #Ask for user to select Bolt component *createmarkpanel components 1 "Select Bolted Flange Components." #Retrieve component IDs in Array set CompIDList1 [ hm_getmark components 1 ] #Unselect components *clearmark components 1 set Z 152.525 set tol 0.01 set CompIDFaces1 [Test1 $CompIDList1 $Z $tol] Proc Test1 { CompIDList1 Z tol } { #Select component previously provided by user *createmark comp 1 $CompIDList1 #Find Faces *findfaces components 1 #Hide everything but ^Faces *isolateonlyentity comp "by name" ^faces #Locally select faces in flange plane *hm_createmark elems 1 "by box" "-999 -999 [expr $Z-$tol] 999 999 [expr $Z+$tol] 0 inside 1 0 0" #Hide all other elements *isolateonlyentitybymark 1 *createentity comps cardimage=Part name=Hole_Surface *createmark elements 1 "displayed" *movemark elements 1 "Hole_Surface" *createmark components 1 "^faces" *deletemark components 1 return "Hole_Surface" } Thanks, Tyler
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