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Get Tooling Split Feature Data Example (VB.NET)

This example shows how to get tooling split feature data.

' Preconditions:
' 1. Open a model document that contains a Tooling Split1 feature.
' 2. Select Tooling Split1 in the FeatureManager design tree.
' 3. Open an Immediate window.
' Postconditions: Inspect the Immediate window.
Imports SolidWorks.Interop.sldworks
Imports SolidWorks.Interop.swconst
Imports System.Runtime.InteropServices
Imports System
Imports System.Diagnostics
Partial Class SolidWorksMacro
    Dim swModel As ModelDoc2
    Dim swSelMgr As SelectionMgr
    Dim swFeat As Feature
    Dim swToolingSplitFeatData As ToolingSplitFeatureData
    Dim bod As Body2
    Dim bRet As Boolean
    Dim i As Integer
    Dim cavSurf As Object
    Dim coreSurf As Object
    Dim partSurf As Object
    Sub main()
        swModel = swApp.ActiveDoc
        swSelMgr = swModel.SelectionManager
        swFeat = swSelMgr.GetSelectedObject6(1, -1)
        swToolingSplitFeatData = swFeat.GetDefinition
        Debug.Print("File = " & swModel.GetPathName)
        Debug.Print("  " & swFeat.Name)
        Debug.Print("    Draft angle: " & swToolingSplitFeatData.Angle)
        Debug.Print("    Depth of block in direction 1: " & swToolingSplitFeatData.Depth(0))
        Debug.Print("    Depth of block in direction 2: " & swToolingSplitFeatData.Depth(1))
        Debug.Print("    Interlock surface? " & swToolingSplitFeatData.InterlockSurface)
        bRet = swToolingSplitFeatData.AccessSelections(swModel, Nothing)
        Debug.Print("    Cavity surfaces:")
        Debug.Print("    Count: " & swToolingSplitFeatData.GetCavitySurfacesCount)
        cavSurf = swToolingSplitFeatData.CavitySurfaces
        For i = 0 To swToolingSplitFeatData.GetCavitySurfacesCount - 1
            bod = cavSurf(i)
            Debug.Print("      " & bod.Name)
        Debug.Print("    Core surfaces:")
        Debug.Print("    Count: " & swToolingSplitFeatData.GetCoreSurfacesCount)
        coreSurf = swToolingSplitFeatData.CoreSurfaces
        For i = 0 To swToolingSplitFeatData.GetCoreSurfacesCount - 1
            bod = coreSurf(i)
            Debug.Print("      " & bod.Name)
        Debug.Print("    Parting surfaces:")
        Debug.Print("    Count: " & swToolingSplitFeatData.GetPartingSurfacesCount)
        partSurf = swToolingSplitFeatData.PartingSurfaces
        For i = 0 To swToolingSplitFeatData.GetPartingSurfacesCount - 1
            bod = partSurf(i)
            Debug.Print("      " & bod.Name)
    End Sub
    ''' <summary>
    ''' The SldWorks swApp variable is pre-assigned for you.
    ''' </summary>
    Public swApp As SldWorks
End Class


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