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CHAPTER 9 CREATING 3-D OBJECTS
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Slicing Solids
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Use the SliceSolid method (see Table 9-14 for parameter details) to allow 3DSolid objects to be sliced by an arbitrary plane. This plane, defined by three WCS points, destructively cuts the solid into a front and optional back half. If the back half is desired, then this method returns a new 3DSolid object. Set 3DSolidObject = 3DSolidObject.SliceSolid(PlanePoint1, _ PlanePoint2, PlanePoint3, Negative) Table 9-14. The SliceSolid Method s Parameters
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PlanePoint1 PlanePoint2 PlanePoint3 Negative
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Variant Variant Variant Boolean
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A three-element array of doubles specifying a point in the slice plane. A three-element array of doubles specifying another point in the slice plane. A three-element array of doubles specifying a third point in the slice plane. A parameter controlling the return of the slice on the negative side of the plane. If it is False, no object is returned, and the back half of the slice is discarded. If it is True, the method returns the back half. In both cases, the calling object retains the front half.
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The following example slices a selected solid and moves the new back half to another location. It might be quite difficult to choose three points that define a plane that slices through your selected object, but using overrides such as Near and Perpendicular should make this easier. Try it on some of the solids you created in the chapter s previous examples. Public Sub TestSliceSolid() Dim objFirst As Acad3DSolid Dim objSecond As Acad3DSolid Dim objNew As Acad3DSolid Dim varPick As Variant Dim varPnt1 As Variant Dim varPnt2 As Variant Dim varPnt3 As Variant Dim strOp As String Dim blnOp As Boolean
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On Error Resume Next With ThisDrawing.Utility '' get first solid from user .GetEntity objFirst, varPick, vbCr & "Pick a solid to slice: " If Err Then MsgBox "That is not a 3DSolid" Exit Sub End If
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'' highlight entity objFirst.Highlight True objFirst.Update .InitializeUserInput 1 varPnt1 = .GetPoint(varPick, vbCr & "Pick first slice point: ") .InitializeUserInput 1 varPnt2 = .GetPoint(varPnt1, vbCr & "Pick second slice point: ") .InitializeUserInput 1 varPnt3 = .GetPoint(varPnt2, vbCr & "Pick last slice point: ") '' section the solid Set objNew = objFirst.SliceSolid(varPnt1, varPnt2, varPnt3, True) If objNew Is Nothing Then MsgBox "Couldn't slice using those points" Else '' highlight new solid objNew.Highlight False objNew.Color = objNew.Color + 1 objNew.Update '' move section region to new location .InitializeUserInput 1 varPnt2 = .GetPoint(varPnt1, vbCr & "Pick a new location: ") objNew.Move varPnt1, varPnt2 End If End With '' shade the view ThisDrawing.SendCommand "_shade" & vbCr End Sub
Sectioning Solids
The SectionSolid method (see Table 9-15 for parameter details) creates a new Region object defined by the intersection of a 3DSolid object and an arbitrary plane. The plane is defined by three WCS points. Set RegionObject = 3DSolidObject.SectionSolid (PlanePoint1, _ PlanePoint2, PlanePoint3)
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Table 9-15. The SectionSolid Method s Parameters
Name
PlanePoint1 PlanePoint2 PlanePoint3
Data Type
Variant Variant Variant
Description
A three-element array of doubles specifying a point in the intersection plane A three-element array of doubles specifying another point in the intersection plane A three-element array of doubles specifying a third point in the intersection plane
The following example sections a selected solid and moves the new region to another location. Remember to use object snap overrides such as Near and Perpendicular when you define the section plane. Try it on some of the solids you created earlier in this chapter. Public Sub TestSectionSolid() Dim objFirst As Acad3DSolid Dim objSecond As Acad3DSolid Dim objNew As AcadRegion Dim varPick As Variant Dim varPnt1 As Variant Dim varPnt2 As Variant Dim varPnt3 As Variant On Error Resume Next With ThisDrawing.Utility '' get first solid from user .GetEntity objFirst, varPick, vbCr & "Pick a solid to section: " If Err Then MsgBox "That is not an Acad3DSolid" Exit Sub End If '' highlight entity objFirst.Highlight True objFirst.Update .InitializeUserInput 1 varPnt1 = .GetPoint(varPick, vbCr & "Pick first section point: ") .InitializeUserInput 1 varPnt2 = .GetPoint(varPnt1, vbCr & "Pick second section point: ") .InitializeUserInput 1 varPnt3 = .GetPoint(varPnt2, vbCr & "Pick last section point: ")
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