# Part Torus

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Part Torus

Ubicación en el Menú
Part → Torus
Entornos de trabajo
Part, Complete
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Introducido en versión
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Part CreatePrimitives

## Description

Crea un toro paramétrico simple, con los parámetros de posición, ángulo1, ángulo2, ángulo3, radio1 y radio2. El toro se posicionará en el origen (point 0,0,0). Los parámetros de ángulo permiten crear una porción del toro en lugar de uno completo (están establecidos como 360° por defecto), los radios 1 y 2 definen respectivamente el tamaño del agujero y del anillo del toro.

A Part Torus can be turned into a segment of a torus by changing its DatosAngle3 property. By changing its DatosAngle1 and/or DatosAngle2 properties the swept profile can become a segment of a circle.

## Usage

1. There are several ways to invoke the command:
• Press the button.
• Select the Part → Primitives → Torus option from the menu.
2. The torus is created.
3. Optionally change the dimensions and DatosPlacement of the torus by doing one of the following:
• Double-click the object in the Tree view:
1. The Geometric Primitives task panel opens.
2. Change one or more properties.
3. The object is dynamically updated in the 3D view.
4. Press the OK button.
• Change the properties in the Property editor.
• Change the DatosPlacement with the Std TransformManip command.

## Example

Part Torus from the scripting example

A Part Torus object created with the scripting example below is shown here.

## Notes

• A Part Torus can also be created with the Part Primitives command. With that command you can specify the dimensions and placement at creation time.

## Properties

A Part Torus object is derived from a Part Feature object and inherits all its properties. It also has the following additional properties:

### Data

Attachment

The object has the same attachment properties as a Part Part2DObject.

Torus

• DatosRadius1 (`Length`): The radius of the circular path of the torus. The default is `10mm`.
• DatosRadius2 (`Length`): The radius of the circular profile of the torus. The default is `2mm`.
• DatosAngle1 (`Angle`): The start angle of the circular profile. Valid range: `-180° <= value <= 180°`. The default is `-180°`.
• DatosAngle2 (`Angle`): The end angle the circular profile. Valid range: `-180° <= value <= 180°`. The default is `180°`. If the total angle of the circular profile is smaller than `360°` the profile will have a pie-shape.
• DatosAngle3 (`Angle`): The angle of the circular path of the torus. Valid range: `0° < value <= 360°`. The default is `360°`. If it is smaller than `360°` the resulting solid will be a segment of a torus.

## Scripting

A Part Torus can be created with the `addObject()` method of the document:

```torus = FreeCAD.ActiveDocument.addObject("Part::Torus", "myTorus")
```
• Where `"myTorus"` is the name for the object.
• The function returns the newly created object.

Example:

```import FreeCAD as App

doc = App.activeDocument()