0 Replies Latest reply on Jul 22, 2015 12:41 PM by Igor Baboshkin

    How to create a revolution surface from b-spline

    Igor Baboshkin

      I have a b-spline and I need to create a surface of revolution from it without using sketches (by using IBody2.CreateRevolutionSurface). Here is a C# sample code:

       

      var part = SwApp.IActiveDoc2 as IPartDoc;

      var selMgr = SwApp.IActiveDoc2.SelectionManager as ISelectionMgr;

      var selCurve = selMgr.GetSelectedObject6(1, -1) as ISketchSegment;

       

      if (selCurve != null)

      {

          var swCurveIn = (ICurve)selCurve.GetCurve();

          var body = part.ICreateNewBody2();

          double[] point = new double[] { 0, 0, 0 };

          double[] axis = new double[] { 0, 0, 1 };

          double[] coords = new double[] { 0, Math.PI };

          var surface = body.CreateRevolutionSurface(swCurveIn, point, axis, coords) as ISurface;

      }

       

      I create a b-spline sketch, select it and run this code.

      Here is an example of spline I create. Line is just a center line.

      spline.PNG

      CreateRevolutionSurface always returns null no matter what point and axis I take. But it works fine if I use for example line, arc or ellipse.

      Is it possible to create a revolve from spline using CreateRevolutionSurface? If yes, please share a code sample in any language.

       

      Thanks