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Old   May 20, 2011, 08:48
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Dear All,

I'm new to ANSYS.Sorry for a fundamental question.

I want to create a 3-d truss and I have defined nodes (in Active coordinate system) at different Z:

For example I have some nodes like;

0 0 0 , 36 0 0, 36 36 0, 0 36 0 //Z= 0

0 0 36, 36 0 36, 36 36 36, 0 36 36 // Z = 36

Similarly nodes at z = 72 and z = 108 and so on.

Let us say, I want to view all the nodes (so that I can connect elements) at z = 0 , how to view all the nodes in the correpsonding plane?

Please help!

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Can anyone help? Thanks in advance
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