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  1. I wrote a customization script as a button, and it can help me to create elements. To avoid making mistake, I hope that after I press the button, the created elements can be organized to the current component manually operation. Which script can I add into the customization script? Thanks
  2. Hi all, Am writing a script which builds a number of loadcollectors and loadsteps. What I would like is a script which interrogates the loadcollector, gets its name and then creates a loadstep with the same name. I can build the loadcollectors and the loadstep but I am missing the interrogation bit. Cheers Andy
  3. I need the Tcl- script file for getting standard view for local coordinate system
  4. Hi, I am working with 3D tetra meshes with small amount of self-intersections and would like to remove the intersection with tcl scripts (or command file) using HyperMesh's 'Automatic Self-intersection Fix' tool (see pic attached). I realised that the command for checking penetration and self-intersection is *checkpenetration elements 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 . However, there is no command can be found for the auto-fixing feature. Any idea on this? Many thanks, Wensong PS. I found on internet that the way of saving checkpenetration results is as following: *checkpenetration elements 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 ::hmCollisionGui::FindTreeSelection 0 0 0 0 0 *marktousermark elements 1 Could anyone please kindly explain to me what is this ::hmCollisionGui:: command and is it possible that the auto-fixing command is also under this command branch?
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