 point (x: Length, y: Length, z:
Length): Point
Creates a point from its three coordinates. Values or parameter names
can be used to pass the arguments.

Examples:
Specifying values:
Geometrical Set.1\Point.1
=
point(10mm,10mm,10mm)
Specifying parameter names:
Geometrical Set.1\Point.4
=
point(0mm,L3,L1) 
 pointbetween (pt1: Point, pt2: Point, ratio:
Real, orientation: Boolean): Point
Creates a point between another two points. If true is specified in the
fourth argument, the third parameter is the ratio of the distance
pt1new point to the pt1pt2 distance. If false is
specified in the fourth argument, the ratio expresses the distance
pt2new point to the pt1pt2 distance (to create a point at the middle
between pt1 and pt2, specify a ratio of 0.5).
Example:
Geometrical Set.1\Point.5
=
pointbetween (Geometrical Set.1\Point.1,
Geometrical Set.1\Point.2,
0.6, true) 
 pointoncurve (crv: Curve, pt: Point,
distance: Length, orientation: Boolean): Point
Creates a point on a curve. The point is to be created at a given
curvilinear distance from a reference point specified in the
second argument. The boolean specified in the fourth argument allows
you to reverse the direction in which the point is to be created. If
the point specified in the second argument is not on the curve, the
projection of this point onto the curve becomes the actual reference
point.
Example:
Geometrical Set.1\Point.6
=
pointoncurve (Geometrical Set.1\Spline.1,
Geometrical Set.1\Point.5,
5mm, true) 
 pointoncurveRatio (crv: Curve, pt: Point,
ratio: Real, orientation: Boolean): Point
Creates a point on a curve. The location of the point to be created is
determined by the real which is specified in the third argument. This
real is the ratio of the distance [point to be created > reference
point] to the distance [point to be created > curve extremity]. The boolean specified in the fourth argument allows you to reverse the
direction in which the point is to be created. If the point specified
in the second argument is not on the curve, the projection of this
point onto the curve becomes the actual reference point.
Example:
Geometrical Set.1\Point.7
=
pointoncurveRatio (Geometrical Set.1\Spline.1,Geometrical
Set.1\Point.3,
0.4,true) 
 pointonplane (pln: Plane, pt: Point, dx:
Length, dy: Length): Point
Creates a point on plane. The location of the point to be created on
the plane is determined by the coordinates (H,V system) passed in the
third and fourth arguments. These values are specified with respect to
the reference point passed in the second argument.
Example:
Geometrical Set.1\Point.8
=
pointonplane (Geometrical Set.1\Plane.1,Geometrical
Set.1\Point.1,
10mm,10mm) 
 pointonsurface (sur: Surface, Pt: Point,
Dir: Direction, dist: Length): Point
Creates a point on surface. The location of the point to be created on
the surface is determined by its distance (fourth argument) to a
reference point (second argument) along a direction (third argument).
Example:
Geometrical Set.1\Point.9
=
pointonsurface (Geometrical Set.1\Extrude.1,Geometrical
Set.1\Point.3,
direction (Geometrical Set.1\Line.1),10mm) 
 center (circle): Point
Creates a point from a circle. The circle can be of any type (created
within the Generative Shape Design workbench or using the Sketch
command). The point which is created is the circle center.
Example:
Geometrical Set.1\Point.10
=
circle (Geometrical Set.1\Circle.1) 
 pointtangent (Curve, Direction): Point
Creates the tangency point between a curve and a direction.
Example:
Geometrical Set.1\Point.11
=
pointtangent (Geometrical Set.1\Spline.1,
direction (`yz plane`)) 
 extremum (Curve, Direction, Boolean, Direction, Boolean,
Direction, Boolean): Point
Constructs an extremum point. The inputs are a curve, three directions,
and three booleans.
Example:
Geometrical Set.1\Point.2=
extremum (`Geometrical Set.1\Circle.1` ,direction (`xy plane` ) ,FALSE,
direction (`xy plane` ),TRUE, direction (`xy plane` ),TRUE) 
 extremum (Surface, Direction, Boolean, Direction, Boolean,
Direction, Boolean): Point
Constructs an extremum point. The inputs are a surface, three
directions, and three booleans.

 extremum (Solid, Direction, Boolean, Direction, Boolean,
Direction, Boolean): Point
Constructs an extremum point. The inputs are a solid, three directions,
and three booleans.

 centerofgravity (Body,...): Point
Constructs the center of gravity of a solid (i.e. a PartBody type
feature). In case of a face, the center of gravity of the equivalent
volume is computed with a unit thickness. Whereas, for a profile, it
is computed with a unit section swept along the boundary.
Example:
Geometrical Set.1\Point.12
=
centerofgravity (PartBody) 
 curvaturecenter (crv: Curve, pt: Point): Point
Constructs the curvature center of a curve for a given point.
Example:
Geometrical Set.1\Point.13
=
curvaturecenter(Geometrical Set.1\Circle.1,
Geometrical Set.1\Point.6) 