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ICreateWireBody Method (IModeler)

Creates a wire body from the input entities, which can be edges or curves.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function ICreateWireBody( _
   ByVal Count As Integer, _
   ByRef EntArr As Object, _
   ByVal Option As Integer _
) As Body2
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IModeler
Dim Count As Integer
Dim EntArr As Object
Dim Option As Integer
Dim value As Body2
 
value = instance.ICreateWireBody(Count, EntArr, Option)
C# 
Body2 ICreateWireBody( 
   int Count,
   ref object EntArr,
   int Option
)
C++/CLI 
Body2^ ICreateWireBody( 
&   int Count,
&   Object^% EntArr,
&   int Option
) 

Parameters

Count

Number of input entities (curves or edges)

EntArr

Array of input entities (curves or edges)

Option

Option as defined in swCreateWireBodyOptions_e (see Remarks)

Remarks

Wire bodies contain wires, loops, coedges, edges, and vertices. Wires typically represent profiles, construction lines, and center lines of swept shapes. Wires can also represent wire frames that, when surfaced, from shells.

The swCreateWireBodyMergeCurves option only works for curves with position and tangent continuity.

 

See Also

Availability

SolidWorks 2003 FCS, Revision Number 11.0


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