How to extract coordinate of points on a intersection curve?

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How to extract coordinate of points on a intersection curve?

Post by csxjiaoshou » Fri May 26, 2017 8:54 pm

Hi,

I'm a Geomagic X user and have some questions about the post-processing of my scanning data.

I have a scanned point cloud as attached,

let's say it has already been aligned to the world coordinate system (z-axis is the depth direction of this part).
Now I want to extract the point coordinate on the intersection curve of this curve surface and the XZ plane. How can I realise it?

Another question is, if we have two surfaces (say upper and lower surface of a plate), how can we measure the deviation between these two surfaces?

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Re: How to extract coordinate of points on a intersection curve?

Post by 1050rog » Thu Jun 08, 2017 10:38 am

if you region the scan then the upper and lower areas should become planes which you should be able to measure this offset

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