A parametric truncated Part Cone primitive is available in the Part workbench from the Part tool bar, Part menu (primitives sub-menu) and the Create Primitives dialogue.
How to use
In the workbench Part click on the cone icon .
The default values create a truncated parametric cone, defined by radius1, radius2 height and angle, parameters. The default cone will be positioned at origin (point 0,0,0) on creation. The angle parameter permits the creation of a portion of cone (it is set to 360° by default), and the radius 1 and 2 correspond to base and top radius of the truncated cone.
- Radius 1 - radius of the arc or circle defining the lower face
- Radius 2 - radius of the arc or circle defining the upper face
- Height - the height of the Part Cone
- Angle - the number of degrees of the arc or circles defining the upper and lower faces of the truncated cone. The default 360 creates circular faces, a lower value will create a portion of a cone as defined by upper and lower faces each with edges defined by an arc of the number of degrees and two radii.
The image below shows a Part Cone with the parameter "Angle" set to 270 degrees and all other parameters are at their default values.
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