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FeatureFillet2 Method (IFeatureManager)

Obsolete. Superseded by IFeatureManager::FeatureFillet3.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function FeatureFillet2( _
   ByVal Options As System.Integer, _
   ByVal R1 As System.Double, _
   ByVal Rho As System.Double, _
   ByVal Ftyp As System.Integer, _
   ByVal OverflowType As System.Integer, _
   ByVal ConicRhoType As System.Integer, _
   ByVal Radii As System.Object, _
   ByVal RhoArr As System.Object, _
   ByVal SetBackDistances As System.Object, _
   ByVal PointRadiusArray As System.Object, _
   ByVal PointRhoArray As System.Object _
) As System.Object
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IFeatureManager
Dim Options As System.Integer
Dim R1 As System.Double
Dim Rho As System.Double
Dim Ftyp As System.Integer
Dim OverflowType As System.Integer
Dim ConicRhoType As System.Integer
Dim Radii As System.Object
Dim RhoArr As System.Object
Dim SetBackDistances As System.Object
Dim PointRadiusArray As System.Object
Dim PointRhoArray As System.Object
Dim value As System.Object
 
value = instance.FeatureFillet2(Options, R1, Rho, Ftyp, OverflowType, ConicRhoType, Radii, RhoArr, SetBackDistances, PointRadiusArray, PointRhoArray)
C# 
System.object FeatureFillet2( 
   System.int Options,
   System.double R1,
   System.double Rho,
   System.int Ftyp,
   System.int OverflowType,
   System.int ConicRhoType,
   System.object Radii,
   System.object RhoArr,
   System.object SetBackDistances,
   System.object PointRadiusArray,
   System.object PointRhoArray
)
C++/CLI 
System.Object^ FeatureFillet2( 
&   System.int Options,
&   System.double R1,
&   System.double Rho,
&   System.int Ftyp,
&   System.int OverflowType,
&   System.int ConicRhoType,
&   System.Object^ Radii,
&   System.Object^ RhoArr,
&   System.Object^ SetBackDistances,
&   System.Object^ PointRadiusArray,
&   System.Object^ PointRhoArray
) 

Parameters

Options
Feature fillet options as defined in swFeatureFilletOptions_e
R1

Uniform radius of the fillet; valid only if:

Rho

Value that determines the conic shape of the fillet:

  • Conic rho value [0.05, 0.95], if ConicRhoType = swFeatureFilletProfileType_e.swFeatureFilletConicRho (see Remarks)
  • Conic radius value, if ConicRhoType = swFeatureFilletProfileType_e.swFeatureFilletConicRadius 
  • Circular radius value, if ConicRhoType = swFeatureFilletProfileType_e.swFeatureFilletCircular 
Ftyp
Type of fillet as defined in swFeatureFilletType_e (see Remarks)
OverflowType
Control of fillet overflowing onto adjacent surfaces as defined in swFilletOverFlowType_e
ConicRhoType
Conic fillet profile type as defined in swFeatureFilletProfileType_e
Radii

Array containing the radii for the variable radius fillet; valid only if:

RhoArr

Array of Rho values for the specified ConicRhoType for the variable radius fillet; valid only if:

SetBackDistances
Array containing setback distances along the fillet edge
PointRadiusArray
Array containing radii at various control points along the length of the edge; valid only if Ftyp = swFeatureFilletType_e.swFeatureFilletType_VariableRadius
PointRhoArray
Array of Rho values for the specified ConicRhoType at various control points along the length of the edge; valid only if Ftyp = swFeatureFilletType_e.swFeatureFilletType_VariableRadius

Return Value

IFeature

Remarks

If the conic rho value specified in parameter, Rho, is not in the valid range, then this method replaces it with the closest value in the valid range. For example, 0.01 is replaced by 0.05, and 0.99 is replaced by 0.95. 

Before calling this method to create... You must...
Simple fillets
  1. Call IModelDocExtension::SelectByID2 with Mark = 1 to select the edges to fillet.
  2. Specify Ftyp with swFeatureFilletType_e.swFeatureFilletType_Simple.
Face blend fillets
  1. Call IModelDocExtension::SelectByID2 with:
    • Mark = 2 to select the first set of faces.
    • Mark = 4 to select the second set of faces.
  1. Specify Ftyp with swFeatureFilletType_e.swFeatureFilletType_Face.
Variable radius fillets
  1. Call IModelDocExtension::SelectByID2 with Mark = 1 to select the edges to fillet.
  2. Call IModelDocExtension::SelectByID2 with Mark = 256 to select the control point references along the length of the selected edge; one control point reference for each radius in PointRadiusArray.
  3. Specify Ftyp with swFeatureFilletType_e.swFeatureFilletType_VariableRadius.
  4. Specify multiple radii in Radii.
  5. Specify multiple control point radii in PointRadiusArray.
  6. Do not include swFeatureFilletOptions_e.swFilletUniformRadius in Options.
Full-round fillets
  1. Call IModelDocExtension::SelectByID2 with:
    • Mark = 2 to select the first set of side faces.
    • Mark = 512 to select the set of center faces.
    • Mark = 4 to select the second set of side faces.
  1. Specify Ftyp with swFeatureFilletType_e.swFeatureFilletType_FullRound.
Setback fillets See the SOLIDWORKS Help for details.
Conic fillets See the SOLIDWORKS Help for details.
 

See Also

Availability

SOLIDWORKS 2014 FCS, Revision Number 22.0


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