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GetNextFacePair Method (IMidSurface3)

Gets the next pair of parallel faces in this midsurface feature and the thickness (in meters) between the two faces.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function GetNextFacePair( _
   ByRef Thickness As Double, _
   ByRef PartnerFaceDisp As Object _
) As Object
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IMidSurface3
Dim Thickness As Double
Dim PartnerFaceDisp As Object
Dim value As Object
value = instance.GetNextFacePair(Thickness, PartnerFaceDisp)
object GetNextFacePair( 
   out double Thickness,
   out object PartnerFaceDisp
Object^ GetNextFacePair( 
&   [Out] double Thickness,
&   [Out] Object^ PartnerFaceDisp



Distance between theses two parallel faces

Face on the original part body used in generating the neutral face

Return Value

Face on the original part body used in generating the neutral face


The two faces returned are the two parallel faces from the original part body that were used to generate the neutral face in this midsurface feature.

Call IMidSurface3::GetFirstFacePair to get the first pair of faces used in this midsurface feature.

This method is similar to IMidSurface3::GetNextFace, except this method does not return the neutral face.


See Also


SolidWorks 2009 FCS, Revision Number 17.0

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