July 26, 2019 at 12:20 pmkireevarturSubscriber
I want to create some geometry by scripting in SpaceClaim and I have problems with rounding corners creation.
Recording with API V18 Beta creates such code:
# Create 2D Round
curveSelPoint1 = SelectionPoint.Create(GetRootPart().Curves, 0.000350858464285384)
curveSelPoint2 = SelectionPoint.Create(GetRootPart().Curves, 0.000864859402742673)
result = Sketch2DRound.Create(curveSelPoint1, curveSelPoint2, r)
Where r -- variable, created by me.
I can not understand or find in any documentation what do the numbers after comma in SelectionPoint.Create mean.
And how can I address to the certain lines or curves in my code to make my code reproducible? Saying reproducible I mean situation, when curves where moved to slightly different position and I need to create rounded corner with these lines addressing to them by names.
September 6, 2020 at 10:27 pmpini_danielSubscriberHellonI am facing the same problem. Have you discoverd how to creat 2d round using the script?nDanieln
February 11, 2021 at 4:35 pmFuxxSubscriberThe number should be the central angle of the arc of a circle which describes your curve.nL= a*RnL= Length of the arcna=central angle in rad(!)nR=Radius of the circlenI haven't used it for rounding edges yet but I experimented a bit with the splitting curves feature.nFor straight lines it should be just the segment of the line at which you want to round. nhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arc_(geometry)nYou should be able to extract many of the variables via the MeasureHelper.nUnfortunately I don't know who to calc the correct r in result = Sketch2DRound.Create(curveSelPoint1, curveSelPoint2, r) right now. You might have to take a dive into maths for that.n
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