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InsertSheetMetalJog Method (IModelDoc2)

Inserts a sheet metal jog in the current model document.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Sub InsertSheetMetalJog( _
   ByVal Angle As Double, _
   ByVal Radius As Double, _
   ByVal OffsetDist As Double, _
   ByVal FlipDir As Boolean, _
   ByVal FixProjLen As Boolean, _
   ByVal DimPos As Short, _
   ByVal BendPos As Short _
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IModelDoc2
Dim Angle As Double
Dim Radius As Double
Dim OffsetDist As Double
Dim FlipDir As Boolean
Dim FixProjLen As Boolean
Dim DimPos As Short
Dim BendPos As Short
instance.InsertSheetMetalJog(Angle, Radius, OffsetDist, FlipDir, FixProjLen, DimPos, BendPos)
void InsertSheetMetalJog( 
   double Angle,
   double Radius,
   double OffsetDist,
   bool FlipDir,
   bool FixProjLen,
   short DimPos,
   short BendPos
void InsertSheetMetalJog( 
&   double Angle,
&   double Radius,
&   double OffsetDist,
&   bool FlipDir,
&   bool FixProjLen,
&   short DimPos,
&   short BendPos



Jog angle


Jog radius


Offset distance


True flips the jog direction, false does not


True fixes the projected length, false does not


Dimension position


Bend position


See Also


SolidWorks 2001Plus FCS, Revision Number 10.0

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