Root element for BTLx data
e.g. 1.0 or 1.0.2
language shortcut in compliance with ISO 639-1
Definition of a complete project
in compliance with ISO 8601
Definition of a component
there have to be "Count" Transformations
relative to the origin of the component
Definition of a part
Definition of a rawpart
Definition of a module
Definition of a layer
- Layer numbers must be unique in an element
Definition of a element
- An element must have one layer with number 0.
- An element must have a referenceside.
- Layer numbers must be ascending on the reference side (number greater than 0) and descending on the other side (number less than 0).
Definition of a elementcharge
Definition of a machining to be executed on the superior part
Definition of a machining to be executed on the superior part
can refer to a global reference plane (1-6) or a user defined reference plane (100-)
Definition of a machining to be executed on the superior part
Definition of a group of processings
Definition of a jackrafter cut
(separating, see graphical documentation)
Definition of a longitudinal cut
Definition of a double cut
(separating, see graphical documentation)
Definition of a ridge/valley cut
Definition of a saw cut
Definition of a slot
Definition of a birds mouth
Definition of a hip or valley rafter notch
Definition of a lap
Definition of a log house half lap
Definition of a french ridge lap
(separating, see graphical documentation)
Definition of a chamfer
Definition of a log house joint
Definition of a log house front joint
(separating, see graphical documentation)
Definition of a pocket
Definition of a drilling
Definition of a tenon
(separating, see graphical documentation)
Definition of a mortise
Definition of a house
Definition of a house mortise
Definition of a dovetail tenon
(separating, see graphical documentation)
Definition of a Japanese tenon
(separating, see graphical documentation)
Definition of a Japanese mortise
Definition of a dovetail mortise
Definition of a marking
Definition of a text
Definition of a simple scarf
(separating, see graphical documentation)
Definition of a scarf joint
(separating, see graphical documentation)
Definition of a step joint
(separating, see graphical documentation)
Definition of a step joint notch
Definition of a planing
Definition of a profile front
Definition of a profile head cambered
Definition of a round arch
Definition of a profile head
Definition of a sphere
Definition of a triangle cut
Definition of a tyrolean dovetail
(separating if CutOff = yes, see graphical documentation)
Definition of a dovetail
(separating if CutOff = yes, see graphical documentation)
Definition of a variant
Definition of a NURBS curve
list of control points ordered from 0 to Count-1
number of knots = Count + Degree
degree
number of control points
Definition of a NURBS curve
Definition of a NURBS patch
the list of control points is organized row wise with CountV rows and CountU control points per row, i.e.: CP(U=0, V=0), CP(U=1, V=0), ..., CP(U=CountU-1, V=0), CP(U=0, V=1), ..., CP(U=CountU-1, V=1), ...
number of knots in U = Count in U + Degree in U
number of knots in V = Count in V + Degree in V
degree in U
degree in V
number of control points in U
number of control points in V
Definition of a NURBS curve
list of control points ordered from U=0 to U=Count-1
number of knots = Count + Degree
degree of the curve
number of control points
Definition of a NURBS patch
number of knots in V = Count in V + Degree in V
degree in V
number of control points in V
Definition of a contour point
Definition of a contour line
Definition of a contour line
Definition of a contour arc
Definition of a contour arc
Definition of a simple contour (one point and multiple lines and arcs)
the first control point U=0 has to be identical to the endpoint of the previous segment
Definition of a simple contour (one point and multiple lines and arcs)
the first control point U=0 has to be identical to the endpoint of the previous segment
Definition of a simple contour (one point and multiple lines and arcs)
the first control point U=0 has to be identical to the endpoint of the previous segment
Definition of a simple contour (one point and multiple lines and arcs)
the first control point U=0 has to be identical to the endpoint of the previous segment
Definition of a simple contour (one point and multiple lines and arcs)
the first control point U=0 has to be identical to the endpoint of the previous segment
Definition of a simple contour (one point and multiple lines and arcs)
the first control point U=0 has to be identical to the endpoint of the previous segment
Definiton of a dual contour (one contour and one associated contour)
Definition of an base type for outlines
Definition of an outline
Definition of a base contour (either a contour or a contour with associated contour)
Definition of a simple contour (one point and multiple lines and arcs)
Definiton of a dual contour (one contour and one associated contour)
Definition of a simple contour (one point and multiple lines and arcs)
Apertures are only allowed if the Contour is closed
An Aperture must be closed. It has to be entirely inside the Countour without crossing or touching it.
Definition of a simple contour (one point and multiple lines and arcs)
Definiton of a dual contour (one contour and one associated contour)
Definition of a simple contour (one point and multiple lines and arcs)
Definition of a base contour (either a contour or a contour with associated contour)
Definition of a simple contour (one point and multiple lines and arcs)
Definiton of a dual contour (one contour and one associated contour)
Definition of a simple contour (one point and multiple lines and arcs)
Definition of a mill contour
Definition of a simple contour (one point and multiple lines and arcs)
Definiton of a dual contour (one contour and one associated contour)
Definition of a simple contour (one point and multiple lines and arcs)
Apertures are only allowed if the Contour is closed
An Aperture must be closed. It has to be entirely inside the Countour without crossing or touching it.
Definition of a simple contour (one point and multiple lines and arcs)
Definiton of a dual contour (one contour and one associated contour)
Definition of a simple contour (one point and multiple lines and arcs)
Definition of a nail contour
Definition of a simple contour (one point and multiple lines and arcs)
Definition of a cramp contour
Definition of a simple contour (one point and multiple lines and arcs)
Definition of a screw contour
Definition of a simple contour (one point and multiple lines and arcs)
Definition of a pen contour
Definition of a glue area (closed polygon)
Definition of a planing area (closed polygon)
Definition of a plaster area (closed polygon)
Definition of a insulation area (closed polygon)
GUID of the referenced insulation part
Definition of a lockout area (closed polygon)
Definition of a free NURBS surface
Representation of a GUID, generally the id of an element
Quality of a processing (automatic, visible, fast)
Reference for the cramp angle (segment, part, grain)
Type of the rawpart (nesting, beam, blank, package)
Recess of a processing (automatic, manual)
Recess of a processing (automatic, manual, exact, directionLength, directionWidth, directionDiagonal, directionDepth)
Position of the tool (left, center, right)
Orientation of a processing (start, end)
Position on the reference side (refedge, oppedge)
Type of the storey (none, ceiling, roof, wall)
Type of the separating cut (rectangular, angled, double)
Type of the location of a wall beam (top/bottom rail, horizontal, vertical, angled element)
Type of the material (for wall construction)
(yes, no)
Standard reference side of the component (1-4)
Type of recess for the contour (automatic, noPassOver, passOverStart, passOverEnd, passOverAll)
(0.1 ... 179.9)
(0.0 ... 30.0)
(5.0 ... 35.0)
(-179.9 ... 179.9)
(0.0 ... 180.0)
(-180.0 ... 180.0)
(0.0 ... 360.0)
(-89.9 ... 89.9)
(-90.0 ... 90.0)
(0.0 ... 90.0)
(-100000.0 ... 100000.0)
(0.0 ... 100000.0)
(0.0 ... 1000.0)
(0.0 ... 50000.0)
(-50000.0 ... 50000.0)
(0.0 ... 1000.0)
Type of the contour (freeContour, sawContour, ...) not used
Shape of a profile arc (convex, concave)
Shape the profile cambered premill (round, angular)
Shape the chamfer exit (orthogonal, angular, round)
Shape the lap exit (none, mitre, rebate)
Sides for the processing (both, refside, oppside)
Shape of the tyrolean dovetail (angular, straight)
Shape of the dovetail (european, american)
Position of the laps (symmetric, forward, backward)
Alignment of a text (bottom, center, top)
Alignment of a text (left, center, right)
Shape of a scarf (refside, baseside, classic)
Shape of a step joint (double, step, heel, taperedheel)
Shape of a tenon, mortise or house (automatic, square, round, rounded, radius)
Limitation of a dovetail mortise at the top (limited, unlimited, pocket)
Style of a marking (single, double, square)
Type of the user attribute (string, integer, real)
Knot vector
Information about the program that exports/modifies the data
in compliance with ISO 8601
Definition of a vector or point
Definition of a point with weight
Definition of a local coordinate system
defines the placement of a component in a superior component or of a ProcessingType in a part.
Definition of a user reference plane (in relation to the part coordinate system)
Definition of a user-defined attribute
Definition of a colour (red, green, blue, transparency)
Definition of an alignment in a wall
Definition of a material
Definition of a part offset
Definition of the limited faces of a processing
Definition of the limited faces of a processing
Definition of the limited faces of a processing
Definition of a camber
Definition of a profile arc
Definition of a parameter in a variant
Definition of a X3D shape
group of attributes for single contours
group of attributes for free contours
group of attributes for saw and mill contours
group of attributes for nail contours
group of attributes for cramp contours