if you name the point (the geometry, not the feature) you can create either an excel sheet or a tabular note in your NX file which references the x/y/z values of the point.
For example you name the point "point-1" you need to use this name in one cell of the excel sheet and then mark three other cells and use "=point(A1)" as the input and then "STRG + SHIFT + RETURN"
hope this helps
Production: NX10.0.3, TC 10.1.4
It's not very clear what you want to do. It sounds like you want to create a bunch of points on an NX surface, and then write the coordinates of those points out to an Excel file. Is that correct? If so, the best way is probably to write a little program/journal to do it. Ask in the NX Customization and Programming forum, if you need help.
Yes, that I want is create and Excel from a bunch of points in a part. I don't know if its necessary to write a program/journal to do a thing like that. If it's necessary to create a program I'll ask to the forum you said, but I want an easy solution to avoid thinks like that.
I think you have to write code. But it's very simple code. Here's how you do it using SNAP functions. It's a bit longer with NX/Open, but not much. This writes the point coordinates of all points in the file to the Info window. From there you can copy/paste into Excel. With a bit more work, the code could let you select a collection of points, and could write the coordinates directly to a CSV file, which you could then open in Excel.
Option Infer On Imports Snap Module MyProgram Sub Main() For Each pt In Snap.Globals.WorkPart.Points Snap.InfoWindow.WriteLine(pt.Position) Next End Sub End Module
I just realized -- this won't help you much because you're using NX7.5, and SNAP wasn't introduced until NX8. But, I'll leave the code here, because it might help someone else.