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IFeaturePaint Interface

Allows you to copy the feature parameters from one feature in a SOLIDWORKS part to a feature in a different SOLIDWORKS part.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Public Interface IFeaturePaint 
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IFeaturePaint
public interface IFeaturePaint 
public interface class IFeaturePaint 


For example, you can specify a boss-extrude on one part and apply its parameters (such as depth) to another boss-extrude on a different part.

You can also specify two different features and apply feature parameters. For example, specify that a sweep feature apply its parameters (such as color and advanced color properties) to a dome feature.


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