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{{Macro/fr
 
{{Macro/fr
 
|Name=WireXYZ
 
|Name=WireXYZ
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|Download=[https://www.freecadweb.org/wiki/images/0/0a/Macro_WireXYZ.png ToolBar Icon]
 
|Download=[https://www.freecadweb.org/wiki/images/0/0a/Macro_WireXYZ.png ToolBar Icon]
 
}}
 
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==Description==
 
==Description==
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__title__= "Macro_WireXYZ"
 
__title__= "Macro_WireXYZ"
 
__author__= "Mario52"
 
__author__= "Mario52"
__date__= "2019/07/02"
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__date__= "2020/10/16"
__version__= "00.02"
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__version__= "00.03"
 
##
 
##
 
#EX:
 
#EX:
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import Draft, Part
 
import Draft, Part
  
fichier = "C:\yourPath\cloud.asc"                          # path and name of file.txt
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## path for Windows    : C:\yourPath\cloud.asc (create one error in Python (cause, the "\" is a command syntax in Python)
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## replace "\" by "/"  result : C:/yourPath/cloud.asc
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## or replace the "\" by "\\" result : C:\\yourPath\\cloud.asc
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fichier = "C:\\yourPath\\cloud.asc"                          # path and name of file.txt
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file = open(fichier, "r")                                  # open the file read
 
file = open(fichier, "r")                                  # open the file read
 
wire = []
 
wire = []
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for ligne in file:
 
for ligne in file:
 
     coordinates = ligne.split()
 
     coordinates = ligne.split()
     X,Y,Z = coordinates                                    # separate the coordinates
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     try:                                                        # for format PCD ignore the header
#   Draft.makePoint(float(X),float(Y),float(Z))            # create points (uncomment for use)
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        X,Y,Z = coordinates                                    # separate the coordinates
    print(X," ",Y," ",Z)
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#       Draft.makePoint(float(X),float(Y),float(Z))            # create points (uncomment for use)
    wire.append(FreeCAD.Vector(float(X),float(Y),float(Z))) # append the coordinates
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        print(X," ",Y," ",Z)
 
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        wire.append(FreeCAD.Vector(float(X),float(Y),float(Z))) # append the coordinates
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    except Exception:
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        None
 
file.close()
 
file.close()
 
Draft.makeWire(wire,closed=False,face=False,support=None)  # create the wire open
 
Draft.makeWire(wire,closed=False,face=False,support=None)  # create the wire open
 
#Draft.makeWire(wire,closed=True,face=False,support=None)  # create the wire closed (uncomment for use)
 
#Draft.makeWire(wire,closed=True,face=False,support=None)  # create the wire closed (uncomment for use)
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#Draft.makeBSpline(wire,closed=False,face=False,support=None)# create the BSpline open (uncomment for use)
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#Draft.makeBSpline(wire,closed=True,face=False,support=None)# create the BSpline open (uncomment for use)
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App.ActiveDocument.recompute()
 
App.ActiveDocument.recompute()
 
  
 
}}
 
}}
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{{Code|code=
 
{{Code|code=
 
fichier = "C:\yourPath\cloud.asc"                          # path and name of file.txt
 
fichier = "C:\yourPath\cloud.asc"                          # path and name of file.txt
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## path for Windows    : C:\yourPath\cloud.asc (create one error in Python (cause, the "\" is a command syntax in Python)
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## replace "\" by "/"  result : C:/yourPath/cloud.asc
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## or replace the "\" by "\\" result : C:\\yourPath\\cloud.asc
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}}
 
}}
  
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==Version==
 
==Version==
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00.03 16/10/2020 : convert for Python 3, adding info for the path file "Windows" replace slatch  "\" by "\\" or "/" see [https://forum.freecadweb.org/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=7828 How do I transform a point cloud to a line?]
  
 
00.02 02/07/2019 :  
 
00.02 02/07/2019 :  
  
 
00.01 21/02/2015
 
00.01 21/02/2015

Revision as of 09:53, 16 October 2020

Other languages:
English • ‎français • ‎italiano

Macro WireXYZ.png WireXYZ

Description
Crée un wire avec les coordonnées x y z séparées par un espace. Les données sont extraites d'un fichier.
(Ligne de commande, collez cette macro complète dans la console Python).

Version macro : 0.2
Date dernière modification : 2019-07-02
Version FreeCAD : Toutes
Téléchargement : ToolBar Icon
Auteur: Mario52
Auteur
Mario52
Téléchargement
ToolBar Icon
Liens
Version Macro
0.2
Dernière modification
2019-07-02
Version(s) FreeCAD
Toutes
Raccourci clavier
None
Voir aussi
None

Description

Cette macro crée un wire (ou points) avec les coordonnées XYZ extraites d'un fichier. Les coordonnées X Y Z sont séparées par un espace.

Utilisation

Le fichier doit avoir les coordonnées X Y Z au ASCII sans entête.

Script

ToolBar Icon Macro WireXYZ.png

Macro_WireXYZ.FCMacro

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
from __future__ import unicode_literals
# created a wire with coordinate x y z separated (in the file without coma)
__title__= "Macro_WireXYZ"
__author__= "Mario52"
__date__= "2020/10/16"
__version__= "00.03"
##
#EX:
#0 0 0
#10 10 10
#15 20 25
#. . . .

from FreeCAD import Base
import Draft, Part

## path for Windows    : C:\yourPath\cloud.asc (create one error in Python (cause, the "\" is a command syntax in Python)
## replace "\" by "/"  result : C:/yourPath/cloud.asc 
## or replace the "\" by "\\" result : C:\\yourPath\\cloud.asc 

fichier = "C:\\yourPath\\cloud.asc"                          # path and name of file.txt

file = open(fichier, "r")                                  # open the file read
wire = []
X=Y=Z = 0.0

for ligne in file:
    coordinates = ligne.split()
    try:                                                        # for format PCD ignore the header
        X,Y,Z = coordinates                                     # separate the coordinates
#        Draft.makePoint(float(X),float(Y),float(Z))            # create points (uncomment for use)
        print(X," ",Y," ",Z)
        wire.append(FreeCAD.Vector(float(X),float(Y),float(Z))) # append the coordinates
    except Exception:
        None
file.close()
Draft.makeWire(wire,closed=False,face=False,support=None)   # create the wire open
#Draft.makeWire(wire,closed=True,face=False,support=None)   # create the wire closed (uncomment for use)

#Draft.makeBSpline(wire,closed=False,face=False,support=None)# create the BSpline open (uncomment for use)
#Draft.makeBSpline(wire,closed=True,face=False,support=None)# create the BSpline open (uncomment for use)

App.ActiveDocument.recompute()


Exemples

0 240.42686 0

20 243.83054 0

40 247.33677 0

60 250.94702 0

80 254.66283 0

100 258.48575 0

...

Modifiez le chemin et nom du fichier, sauvez la macro, rechargez la macro et lancez la.

fichier = "C:\yourPath\cloud.asc"                          # path and name of file.txt

## path for Windows    : C:\yourPath\cloud.asc (create one error in Python (cause, the "\" is a command syntax in Python)
## replace "\" by "/"  result : C:/yourPath/cloud.asc 
## or replace the "\" by "\\" result : C:\\yourPath\\cloud.asc

Si vous voulez un wire fermé, modifiez le code (closed=False):

Draft.makeWire(wire,closed=False,face=False,support=None)   # create the wire open


et remplacez le par (closed=True)

Draft.makeWire(wire,closed=True,face=False,support=None)   # create the wire closed

même procédure pour la face, False ou True (face=True).


Liens

La discussion sur le forum How do I transform a point cloud to a line?

Version

00.03 16/10/2020 : convert for Python 3, adding info for the path file "Windows" replace slatch "\" by "\\" or "/" see How do I transform a point cloud to a line?

00.02 02/07/2019 :

00.01 21/02/2015