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Enter API in the Project name text box. Click OK. Click Orbit and rotate the model to examine its geometry and features. Notice in the Study Tasks pane that the tutorial model is represented by a 3D Mesh. In the next task, you will be introduced to the Macro Recording menu features and learn how to record and play a macro. Click the Next topic link below to move on to the next task of the tutorial. Creating a macro 2 Translate from In this task, you will use the Macro Recording menu features to perform a basic remodeling task.
You will then play the Macro and be introduced to the two types of folders used for storing Macro scripts. The Translate pane opens on the Tools tab. Click in the Select text box on the Translate pane.
Hold down the Ctrl key and select the nodes shown in the following image: Click in the Vector x, y, z box on the Translate pane.
Ignore the Measurements dialog if it appears. The Save Macro dialog appears. You have just recorded this sequence of actions. You can now reproduce this sequence of actions any time you wish by running the macro that you saved.
To illustrate this, reset the model to its original condition using the steps below, and then run the macro. You have now returned the model to its original state. The Open Macro dialog appears. Move the dialog to the side so that you can see the model. The macro plays and extends the nodes. Rotate the model to observe the changes. Undo on the Quick Access toolbar to return the model to its original When you stopped macro recording and saved the macro, you saved it to the scripts directory under your project home directory, as specified when Autodesk Moldflow Insight was installed.
This setting can be changed on the Directories tab of the Options dialog Options. In the next task, you will run another type of script from the Command line and be introduced to the commands folder also located in the same directory as your script folder.
This is where all the command line scripts are saved. Each script can be activated through the Command Line feature. Creating a macro 3 The command line In this task, you will run a VB script from the Command Line to set multiple injection points on the model. Click and drag the cursor starting at the node in the center to select the nodes and elements shown in the following image.
It states 19 nodes selected. Click OK on this dialog. You should see that injection points have been inserted at all of the nodes you selected.
Orbit to rotate the image so that you can see the injection points TIP: You can verify that these commands have been run by clicking Action History on the Quick Access toolbar.
This script is one of a set of scripts that are installed with Autodesk Moldflow Insight. This package of prewritten scripts is stored in the Commands folder.
In the next task, you will learn about the other command line scripts that are installed with the product. The command line 5 More command line scripts In this task, you will explore the other VB scripts that are installed with Autodesk Moldflow Insight, and learn how to access the help documentation for some of the other VB scripts.
A text file opens. This file contains a brief description of the function of each VB script that is supplied with the product. Read through the file to learn what other functionality is available through these VB scripts. Close the text file when you have finished. Some of the VB scripts that are installed with Autodesk Moldflow Insight require you to enter parameter values when you invoke the script from the command line.
You will now investigate one such script, and will learn how to find out which other scripts require these values. A dialog opens.
Click OK to close the information dialog. A dialog appears stating that insufficient arguments were supplied. Read the comments on the dialog and then click OK. The script failed to run because no translation values between -1 and 1 were entered. You will now enter these values and rerun the script. Type DT 0. The model will be translated half way across the screen to the right and half way up the screen.
The model will now be translated across the remaining right half of the screen until it is completely out of sight. The model will be translated back to the center of the screen. The resulting dialog will explain what parameters if any are required. You have: Created a macro. Run VB scripts.
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