We need to find out what the line thickness is that correspond to each line weight in IPLOT.
For this example we will use a plotter that has a resolution (DPI) of 600. By default we use the following rule:Take the weight and divided by the DPI (resolution of the plotter). Since weight 0 can only be as small as one dot wide we start with 1when determining the thickness. Example:weight 0 = 1/600weight 1 = 2/600weight 2 = 3/600weight 3 = 4/600and so on up to weight 31.You can also control your thickness through a Design Script. Here are a couple of examples from the Help available available for the product. weight_base/weight_deltaThe weight_base and weight_delta keywords map line weights to physical thicknesses on the plot. Using these keywords, you can get consistent line thicknesses across various plotters. The weight_base keyword specifies the line thickness for an element of weight 0. The weight_delta keyword specifies an additional line thickness increment to add for each line weight above 0. Use the following formula to calculate line thickness using the weight_base and weight_delta keywords:plot thickness = weight_base + (element weight * weight_delta)For example, if the weight_base is 0.1 cm and weight_delta is 0.05 cm, the following values are used.Weight Plot Thickness0 0.10 cm1 0.15 cm2 0.20 cm......31 1.65 cmYou must define the weight_base and weight_delta keywords at the beginning of the design script.Syntax:weight_base = positive_realweight_delta = positive_realExample:!! Map element's line weight to a thickness on! the plot.! weight 0 = 0.10 mm! weight 1 = 0.15 mm! weight 2 = 0.20 mm! weight 3 = 0.25 mm! .! .! .! weight 31 = 1.65 mmunits = mmweight_base = 0.1weight_delta = 0.05Here is another example using weight and thickness:units= mmswitch (weight) case 0 ? thickness = 0.10 case 1 ? thickness = 0.15 case 2 ? thickness = 0.20 case 3 ? thickness = 0.25 case 4 ? thickness = 0.30 case 5 ? thickness = 0.35 case 6 ? thickness = 0.40 case 7 ? thickness = 0.45 case 8 ? thickness = 0.50 case 9 ? thickness = 0.55 case 10 ? thickness = 0.60 case 11 ? thickness = 0.65 case 12 ? thickness = 0.70 case 13 ? thickness = 0.75 case 14 ? thickness = 0.80 case 15 ? thickness = 0.85endswitchif (weight > 15) then thickness = 1.00 endif