I can split the CAD data I added to RoboDk with the split object command. Can I do this with Python code? Secondly, how can I find the intersection points of these divided objects with python code? Finally, what code should I write to find the outer surfaces of my CAD data?
12-27-2023, 08:27 AM (This post was last modified: 12-27-2023, 08:49 AM by ahmetcakar1.)
This is not working ,can't find the right points I send my python code .Actually, what I need is to find the intersection point between these objects after splitting my CAD data.
For example, in the picture I have a CAD data named "kazan", I divided it and converted it into an object. In the figure, " kazan -5" is blue and " kazan -7" is green. I'm looking for a method to find intersections between these two objects. I can do this with the PythonOCC library and the Intersect function, but I don't want to use an external library. I can't do this directly from roboDK. Is it possible?
I am sending my Python code with image. Here again it gives me all points of "kazan-7"
Thank you, dear moderator. I think it is impossible to do this from roboDK. I can use PythonOCC, but installing PythonOCC is very troublesome, so I cannot use it. I don't think there is a library in itself to process the data on my Cad data. Anyway, thank you.