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The parameters of stamping. More...

#include <sheet_metal_param.h>

Public Member Functions

 MbStampingValues ()
 Default constructor.
 MbStampingValues (const MbStampingValues &other)
 MbStampingValues (double h, double ang, double sketchRad, double baseRad, double bottomRad, bool inside, bool left, bool rev, bool op)
 Constructor by specific parameters.
MbStampingValuesoperator= (const MbStampingValues &other)
 Assignment operator.
void Init (const MbStampingValues &other)
 Initialization by another object.
bool IsSame (const MbStampingValues &other, double accuracy) const
 Determine whether an object is equal?

Public Attributes

double hight
 Stamping height.
double angle
 Slope angle of stamping sidewalls.
double sketchFilletRadius
 Fillet radius of sketch (negative value prohibits fillet).
double baseFilletRadius
 Fillet radius of base (negative value prohibits fillet).
double bottomFilletRadius
 Fillet radius of bottom (negative value prohibits fillet).
bool wallInside
 The sidewall is inside.
bool leftFixed
 Geometry changes to the right of the sketch.
bool reverse
 Direction of stamping construction.
bool open
 Open stamping.

Detailed Description

The parameters of stamping.

Sketch of stamping sets the configuration of its bottom. Stamping is constructed by open or closed contour. Closed closed can lie entirely inside sheet face and can partially go out of its bounds. Both ends of open contour must lie outside of the stamped sheet face.
Depending on the parameter wallInside the stamping sidewalls are located inside or outside from sketch.
Height of stamping - is distance from plane of sheet to corresponding extruded part of stamping.
The angle parameter - is the angle of sidewalls deviation of stamping from the vertical in radians.
The leftFixed parameter indicates the side of the sketch which will be stamped and "reverse" - the direction of stamping along the normal to the planar face or along opposite to the normal.
If stamping is open, then sheet makes its way through and through.

The documentation for this struct was generated from the following file: