Type: Basic DXF R12 entity.
A point simply marks a coordinate. Points are generally used for reference.
point(point=(0., 0.), **kwargs)¶
- point – start point (xy- or xyz-tuple)
- orientation – a 3D vector (xyz-tuple), orientation of PDMODE images … see dxf documentation
Common Keyword Arguments for all Basic DXF R12 Entities¶
|layer||Layer name as string|
|linetype||Linetype name as string, if not defined = BYLAYER|
|color||as integer in range [1..255], 0 = BYBLOCK, 256 = BYLAYER|
|thickness||Thickness as float|
|paper_space||0 = entity is in model_space, 1 = entity is in paper_space|
|extrusion_direction||3D Point as tuple(x, y, z) if extrusion direction is not parallel to the World Z axis|
Attribs of DXF entities can be changed by the index operator:
from dxfwrite import DXFEngine as dxf drawing = dxf.drawing('drawing.dxf') point = dxf.point((1.0, 1.0)) point['layer'] = 'points' point['color'] = 7 point['point'] = (2, 3) # int or float drawing.add(point) drawing.save()