I’m trying to create a new
SketchPlane based on a
Face of a
geoElement = element.get_Geometry(Options()) for geo in geoElement: for face in geo.Faces: if (face.Area > area): area = face.Area #update area size largestFace = face #save face #faceSurface = face.GetSurface() #faceRef = face.Reference faceNormal = face.FaceNormal faceOrigin = face.Origin # Transaction t2 = Transaction(doc, "Test") t2.Start() #facePlane = Plane.CreateByNormalAndOrigin(faceNormal, faceOrigin) facePlane = Plane.CreateByNormalAndOrigin(XYZ(0,0,1), faceOrigin) #sketchPlane = SketchPlane.Create(doc, faceRef) sketchPlane = SketchPlane.Create(doc, facePlane) #sketchPlane = SketchPlane.Create.Overloads[Document, Plane](doc, facePlane)
As you can see from the commented lines, I’ve tried creating the
SketchPlane with specific
OverLoads, and also without, and using both the face’s
GetSurface() as well as the face’s
Reference, but nothing works.
I’m getting either:
Exception: Curve must be in the plane
Parameter name: pCurveCopy
TypeError: Multiple targets could match: Create(Document, Plane), Create(Document, Reference), Create(Document, ElementId)
Am I using the
OverLoads method wrong?
Any ideas on how to successfully create the