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CreateChamfer Method (ISketchManager)

Creates a chamfer between two selected sketch entities.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function CreateChamfer( _
   ByVal Type As Integer, _
   ByVal Distance As Double, _
   ByVal AngleORdist As Double _
) As SketchSegment
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As ISketchManager
Dim Type As Integer
Dim Distance As Double
Dim AngleORdist As Double
Dim value As SketchSegment
value = instance.CreateChamfer(Type, Distance, AngleORdist)
SketchSegment CreateChamfer( 
   int Type,
   double Distance,
   double AngleORdist
SketchSegment^ CreateChamfer( 
&   int Type,
&   double Distance,
&   double AngleORdist


Type of chamfer as defined in swSketchChamferType_e
Distance of the chamfer
  • If Type = swSketchChamfer_DistanceDistance, then the second chamfer distance
  • If Type = swSketchChamfer_DistanceAngle, then the second chamfer angle
  • If Type = swSketchChamfer_DistanceEqual, then this argument is ignored because Distance
    is used for both edges

Return Value

Sketch segment for the chamfer

See Also


SolidWorks 2008 FCS, Revision Number 16.0

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