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Get Areas of MidSurface Faces (VBA)

This example shows how to get the areas of mid-surface faces.

'--------------------------------

' Preconditions: Part document open, and

'                part contains a mid-surface feature, which

'                is selected.

'

' Postconditions: None.

'--------------------------------

Option Explicit

 

Dim swApp As SldWorks.SldWorks

Dim Part As SldWorks.ModelDoc2

Dim Faces As Variant

Dim myFace As SldWorks.Face2

Dim selObj As Feature

Dim midSurface As SldWorks.MidSurface3

Dim count As Integer

Dim index As Integer

 

Sub main()

 

Set swApp = Application.SldWorks

Set Part = swApp.ActiveDoc

Set selObj = Part.SelectionManager.GetSelectedObject6(1, -1)

Set midSurface = selObj.GetSpecificFeature2

 

count = midSurface.GetFaceCount

Debug.Print "Number of faces for midsurface feature: " & count

 

Faces = midSurface.GetFaces

 

For index = LBound(Faces) To UBound(Faces)

Set myFace = Faces(index)

Debug.Print "Area of face " & index & " of midsurface feature: " & myFace.GetArea

Next index

 

End Sub



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