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Part Sphere.svg Part Sphere

Menu location
Part → Primitives → Sphere
Workbenches
Part Module
Default shortcut
None
Introduced in version
-
See also
Part Primitives


Description

Creates a simple parametric sphere, with position, angle1, angle2, angle3 and radius parameters.

SimpleSphere.jpg

Usage

In the workbench Part click on the sphere icon Part Sphere.svg. The sphere will be positioned at origin (point 0,0,0) on creation. The angle parameters permit to make a portion of sphere instead of a full sphere (they are set to 360° by default).

Options

The parametric sphere is defined by the following parameters:

  • Radius
  • Angle 1
  • Angle 2
  • Angle 3
  • as well as the standard set of placement parameters

The picture below gives an overview of a parametric sphere with parameters different from the default value.

PartDesign Sphere Parameter en.jpg

Parameter

  • DataRadius: Radius of the sphere
  • DataAngle 1: 1nd angle to cut / define the sphere
  • DataAngle 2: 2nd angle to cut / define the sphere
  • DataAngle 3: 3rd angle to cut / define the sphere

Because it is quite difficult to explain the meaning of the parameters angle 1, angle 2, angle 3, the picture below gives an explanation about these parameters with following values: angle 1 = -45°, angle 2 = 45° and angle 3= 90°.

SphereCutThreeAngles.jpg


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