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ICreateSphericalSurface2 Method (IModeler)

Creates an untrimmed spherical surface.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function ICreateSphericalSurface2( _
   ByRef Center As Double, _
   ByRef Axis As Double, _
   ByRef RefDir As Double, _
   ByVal Radius As Double _
) As Surface
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IModeler
Dim Center As Double
Dim Axis As Double
Dim RefDir As Double
Dim Radius As Double
Dim value As Surface
 
value = instance.ICreateSphericalSurface2(Center, Axis, RefDir, Radius)
C# 
Surface ICreateSphericalSurface2( 
   ref double Center,
   ref double Axis,
   ref double RefDir,
   double Radius
)
C++/CLI 
Surface^ ICreateSphericalSurface2( 
&   double% Center,
&   double% Axis,
&   double% RefDir,
&   double Radius
) 

Parameters

Center
Array containing 3 doubles for XYZ location of the center of the spherical surface
Axis
Array containing 3 doubles
RefDir
Array containing 3 doubles
Radius
Radius at the center

Return Value

Untrimmed spherical surface

Remarks

The axis argument is the axis of the sphere; the refDir argument is perpendicular to the axis and through the center of the sphere and defines the origin of the UV space.

You can trim the resulting surface to generate a sheet body, for example, using ISurface::CreateTrimmedSheet or ISurface::ICreateTrimmedSheet3.

 

See Also

Availability

SolidWorks 2001Plus FCS, Revision Number 10.0


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