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ICreateBodyFromCone2 Method (IModeler)

Creates a temporary body from cone dimensions.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function ICreateBodyFromCone2( _
   ByRef ConeDimArray As System.Double _
) As Body2
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IModeler
Dim ConeDimArray As System.Double
Dim value As Body2
value = instance.ICreateBodyFromCone2(ConeDimArray)
Body2 ICreateBodyFromCone2( 
   ref System.double ConeDimArray
Body2^ ICreateBodyFromCone2( 
&   System.double% ConeDimArray


Array of 9 doubles (see Remarks)

Return Value



The ConeArray argument is the following array of doubles:

 [ coneFaceCenter[3], coneAxis[3], coneBaseRadius, coneTopRadius, coneHeight ]




XYZ location that represents the center of one of the cone faces


XYZ direction; the cone is extruded along this vector from the coneFaceCenter location, a distance of coneHeight


Cone radius at the coneFaceCenter plane


Cone radius at coneHeight from the coneFaceCenter along the axis


Length to extrude along the coneAxis direction; if coneHeight is 0, then a sheet body is created of dimension coneBaseRadius and normal is defined by coneAxis


See Also


SOLIDWORKS 2001Plus FCS, Revision Number 10.0

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