When you creating an analysis in ANSYS®, you can have to see the coordinates of a point to define a specific boundary condition, or for another purpose. Looking at the coordinates of a point instantly is a very useful tool of ANSYS® Mechanical. Here we will explain how to view the coordinates of a point in ANSYS® Mechanical.
To see the coordinates of a point in ANSYS® Mechanical, you can activate the ‘Hit-Point Coordinate’ command as shown by the red arrow above.
When you activated it, you can see the coordinates of where your cursor is standing in the ANSYS® graphics interface as shown by the red arrow above.
To shut down this property, re-click on the command to deactivate it in ANSYS® Mechanical.
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As you see above, seeing the coordinates of a point in ANSYS® Mechanical is very simple like above.
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