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SetVirtualEdges Method (IWeldmentBeadFeatureData)

Sets the edges to which to apply this weld bead.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Sub SetVirtualEdges( _
   ByVal Side As Integer, _
   ByVal EdgesIn As Object _
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IWeldmentBeadFeatureData
Dim Side As Integer
Dim EdgesIn As Object
instance.SetVirtualEdges(Side, EdgesIn)
void SetVirtualEdges( 
   int Side,
   object EdgesIn
void SetVirtualEdges( 
&   int Side,
&   Object^ EdgesIn


Side as defined in swWeldBeadSide_e
Array of edges to which to apply this weld bead



After using IWeldmentBeadFeatureData::SetFaces, use IWeldmentBeadFeatureData::GetVirtualEdges to get the new intersections. Then use IWeldmentBeadFeatureData::SetVirtualEdges to specify the edges to which you want the weld bead  applied. By default, IWeldmentBeadFeatureData::SetFaces creates the bead on all virtual edges. IWeldmentBeadFeatureData::SetVirtualEdges lets you exclude any of these edges.


See Accessing Selections that Define Features for additional details.


See Also


SolidWorks 2006 FCS, Revision Number 14.0

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