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InsertSurfaceFinishSymbol3 Method (IModelDocExtension)

Creates a surface-finish symbol based on the last selection.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function InsertSurfaceFinishSymbol3( _
   ByVal SymType As System.Integer, _
   ByVal LeaderType As System.Integer, _
   ByVal LocX As System.Double, _
   ByVal LocY As System.Double, _
   ByVal LocZ As System.Double, _
   ByVal LaySymbol As System.Integer, _
   ByVal ArrowType As System.Integer, _
   ByVal MachAllowance As System.String, _
   ByVal OtherVals As System.String, _
   ByVal ProdMethod As System.String, _
   ByVal SampleLen As System.String, _
   ByVal MaxRoughness As System.String, _
   ByVal MinRoughness As System.String, _
   ByVal RoughnessSpacing As System.String _
) As SFSymbol
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IModelDocExtension
Dim SymType As System.Integer
Dim LeaderType As System.Integer
Dim LocX As System.Double
Dim LocY As System.Double
Dim LocZ As System.Double
Dim LaySymbol As System.Integer
Dim ArrowType As System.Integer
Dim MachAllowance As System.String
Dim OtherVals As System.String
Dim ProdMethod As System.String
Dim SampleLen As System.String
Dim MaxRoughness As System.String
Dim MinRoughness As System.String
Dim RoughnessSpacing As System.String
Dim value As SFSymbol
 
value = instance.InsertSurfaceFinishSymbol3(SymType, LeaderType, LocX, LocY, LocZ, LaySymbol, ArrowType, MachAllowance, OtherVals, ProdMethod, SampleLen, MaxRoughness, MinRoughness, RoughnessSpacing)
C# 
SFSymbol InsertSurfaceFinishSymbol3( 
   System.int SymType,
   System.int LeaderType,
   System.double LocX,
   System.double LocY,
   System.double LocZ,
   System.int LaySymbol,
   System.int ArrowType,
   System.string MachAllowance,
   System.string OtherVals,
   System.string ProdMethod,
   System.string SampleLen,
   System.string MaxRoughness,
   System.string MinRoughness,
   System.string RoughnessSpacing
)
C++/CLI 
SFSymbol^ InsertSurfaceFinishSymbol3( 
&   System.int SymType,
&   System.int LeaderType,
&   System.double LocX,
&   System.double LocY,
&   System.double LocZ,
&   System.int LaySymbol,
&   System.int ArrowType,
&   System.String^ MachAllowance,
&   System.String^ OtherVals,
&   System.String^ ProdMethod,
&   System.String^ SampleLen,
&   System.String^ MaxRoughness,
&   System.String^ MinRoughness,
&   System.String^ RoughnessSpacing
) 

Parameters

SymType
Type of symbol as defined in swSFSymType_e
LeaderType

Type of leader as defined in swLeaderStyle_e

LocX

x location for symbol

LocY

y location for symbol

LocZ

z location for symbol

LaySymbol

Type of lay direction as defined in swSFLaySym_e

ArrowType
Type of arrow head as defined in swArrowStyle_e
MachAllowance

Material removal allowance

OtherVals

Other roughness values

ProdMethod

Production method and treatment

SampleLen

Sampling length

MaxRoughness

Maximum roughness

MinRoughness

Minimum roughness

RoughnessSpacing

Roughness spacing

Return Value

Newly inserted surface finish symbol

Example

Remarks

The SOLIDWORKS software uses the location parameters for this method only if the surface finish symbol has a leader leaderType != swNO_LEADER.

 

See Also

Availability

SOLIDWORKS 2005 FCS, Revision Number 13.0



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