I don't have expirence with SolidEdge, but I have to make a VB program that already exists in Inventor.
I want to make a reference plane with 3 points:
Set objRefPlane = objPartDoc.RefPlanes.AddBy3Points( , , ,)
According to the ObjectBrowser the function is as follows:
Function AddBy3Points(NumEdges As Long, EdgeSet() As Object, KeyPointTypeConstants() As KeyPointType, [Local]) As RefPlane
In Inventor I have used something similar, first create 3 WorkPoints and then make a WorkPlane through these points.
Can I make WorkPoints in SolidEdge?
Which Edges (and NumEdges) should I use in the AddBy3Points function. I cannot find any information about this?
Posted by: Frank Halma
Post date: 4/6/2006 1:32:13 AM
Could someone tell me like to make a reference plane with 3 points, i must rotate 45° the plane on the axes Z but can't with "objDoc.RefPlane(3).rotate" so I thought to make with "AddBy3Points" but I don't find any example are many days that I am trying...my code is this:
Dim EdgeSet(1 To 3) As Object
Dim igKeyPointPointOnly(1 To 3) As KeyPointType
'objRefPln" is a copy of a plane create and is functionally
Set objProfile(1) = objDoc.ProfileSets.Add.Profiles.Add(pRefPlaneDisp:
Set Point_0 = objProfile(1).Points2d.Add (0, 0)
Set Point_X = objProfile(1).Points2d.Add (0.01 , 0.01)
Set Point_Y = objProfile(1).Points2d.Add (0.01 , -0.01)
EdgeSet(1) = Point_0
EdgeSet(2) = Point_X
EdgeSet(3) = Point_Y
Set objRefPln = objDoc.RefPlanes.AddBy3Points(3, EdgeSet(), igKeyPointPointOnly(), 0)
Posted by: Fabian Tadiello
Post date: 2/15/2008 5:17:04 PM
Will someone give us a working example for adding a reference plane by 3 points? Thanks.
Posted by: SoonKong Chew
Post date: 5/7/2008 4:37:59 AM
I am also looking for the solution to above problem stated by you.
Please share the information, if you get some solution.