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== How to use ==
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==Usage==
  
In the [[Part_Workbench|Part]] workbench click on the torus icon [[Image:Part Torus.png|32px]]. The torus will be positioned at origin (point 0,0,0) on creation.
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# Switch to the [[Image:Workbench_Part.svg|24px]] [[Part Workbench|Part]] workbench.
The angle parameters (angle1, angle2, angle3), as well as the radius parameter (radius1 , radius2) parameters permit to parametrize the torus, see next paragraph.
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# Invoke the Part Torus command several ways:
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'''Result:''' The torus will be positioned at origin (point 0,0,0) on creation.<br />
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The angle parameters (angle1, angle2, angle3), as well as the radius parameter (radius1 , radius2) parameters permit to parametrize the torus, see next section.
  
 
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Part Torus.svg Part Torus

Ubicación en el Menú
Part → Torus
Entornos de trabajo
Part, Complete
Atajo de teclado por defecto
None
Introducido en versión
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Ver también
Part CreatePrimitives

Contents


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.

SimpleTorus.jpg

Usage

  1. Switch to the Workbench Part.svg Part workbench.
  2. Invoke the Part Torus command several ways:
    • Press the Part Torus.svg button.
    • Use the Part → Torus entry in the top menu.

Result: The torus will be positioned at origin (point 0,0,0) on creation.
The angle parameters (angle1, angle2, angle3), as well as the radius parameter (radius1 , radius2) parameters permit to parametrize the torus, see next section.

Option

TorusExampleOverviewParameters.jpg

Parameter

A torus can be assimilated to a small disc that makes a circular orbit around an imaginary axe. Thus the parametric torus is defined by the following parameters:

  • Radius1: Radius of the circle around which the disc circulate
  • Radius2: Radius of the disc defining the form of the torus
  • Angle1: 1st angle to cut / define the disc of the torus
  • Angle2: 2nd angle to cut / define the disc of the torus
  • Angle3: 3rd angle to define the circumference of the torus.

as well as the standard set of placement parameters. The pictures below give a visual overview of the parameters antecedently mentioned:

TorusExampleRadius1.jpg The parameter Radius1 has a value of 20 mm.

TorusExampleRadius2.jpg The parameter Radius2 has a value of 2 mm.

TorusExampleAngle1.jpg The parameter Angle1 has a value of -90°. Notice that, the "angle measure" tool cannot display negative angle. Considered the displayed value in picture as "-90°".

TorusExampleAngle2.jpg The parameter Angle2 has a value of 90°.

TorusExampleAngle3.jpg The parameter Angle3 has a value of 90°.


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