In DeclaraCAD an extrusion is done using the
Prism declaration as it follows OpenCASCADE's naming conventions. A
Prism must either be given a
shape attribute with the wire or face to extrude or include the part to extrude within the block. The
vector attribute then tells it how much and in which direction to extrude.
Note: If you don't like the
Prismname, you can use python to rename the import by adding
from declaracad.occ.api import Prism as Extrudeafter the other statement to rename it.
Prism with a face will create a solid.
# Created in DeclaraCAD from declaracad.occ.api import * enamldef Assembly(Part): Prism: # Extrude in this direction vector = (0, 0, 5) Face: Rectangle: width = 10 height = 20 rx = 3
Prism on a wire will extrude into a surface, here the bezier curve is extruded twice in different directions to create a solid.
# Created in DeclaraCAD from declaracad.occ.api import * enamldef Assembly(Part): Prism: transparency = 0.5 vector = (0, 5, 0) Prism: vector = (0, 0, 5) Bezier: points = [(10, 0), (15, 5), (15, -5), (20, 0)]