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Get Model Material Property Values Example (C#)

This example shows how to get the material property values of components in lightweight mode.

//----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Preconditions:
// 1. Open in lightweight mode:
//    <SolidWorks_install_dir>\samples\tutorial\api\TopAssembly1.SLDASM
// 2. Rename the namespace to match the name of your C# project.
// 3. Open an Immediate window.
//
// Postconditions: Inspect the Immediate window for the material property values
// of the lightweight components in the model.

// NOTE: Because the model is used elsewhere,
// do not save changes when closing it.
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
using SolidWorks.Interop.sldworks;
using SolidWorks.Interop.swconst;
using System;
using System.Diagnostics;
namespace GetMatPropValues_CSharp.csproj
{
    
partial class SolidWorksMacro
    {

        
ModelDoc2 swDoc;
        
AssemblyDoc swADoc;
        
object[] varComp;
        
double[] varMatProp;

        
public void Main()
        {
            swDoc = (
ModelDoc2)swApp.ActiveDoc;
            swADoc = (
AssemblyDoc)swDoc;
            varComp = (
object[])swADoc.GetComponents(true);
            
int I = 0;
            
for (I = 0; I < varComp.Length; I++)
            {
                
Component2 swComp = default(Component2);
                swComp = (
Component2)varComp[I];

                varMatProp = (
double[])swComp.GetModelMaterialPropertyValues(swComp.ReferencedConfiguration);
                
if (!((varMatProp == null)))
                {
                    
Debug.Print(swComp.Name2 + "(" + I + ")" + "ConfigName : " + swComp.ReferencedConfiguration + "MatProp : ");
                    
Debug.Print("Red: " + (varMatProp[0]) * 255.0);
                    
Debug.Print("Green: " + (varMatProp[1]) * 255.0);
                    
Debug.Print("Blue: " + (varMatProp[2]) * 255.0);
                    
Debug.Print("Ambient: " + (varMatProp[3]) * 100.0 + "%");
                    
Debug.Print("Diffuse: " + (varMatProp[4]) * 100.0 + "%");
                    
Debug.Print("Specularity: " + (varMatProp[5]) * 100.0 + "%");
                    
Debug.Print("Shininess: " + (varMatProp[6]) * 100.0 + "%");
                    
Debug.Print("Transparency: " + (varMatProp[7]) * 100.0 + "%");
                    
Debug.Print("Emission: " + (varMatProp[8]) * 100.0 + "%");
                }

                
Debug.Print("");
            }
            varComp =
null;
        }


        
public SldWorks swApp;

    }
}



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