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How to get Product object from Part Object

How to get Product object from Part Object

How to get Product object from Part Object

Hi all

Does Someone know a way to retrieve Product object from Part?
The product is a parent of part.
Because I firstly retrieve a part by way of SelectElement, and need it's product that has the part.
I know a way to retrieve Part object from Product but the reverse I don' know


RE: How to get Product object from Part Object

Use LeafProduct property that gets product instance:



RE: How to get Product object from Part Object

Thanks for the speedy response.

I got the Object by way of LeafProduct.

like this below

Dim Elm As Variant
Set Elm = mySelect.SelectElement("Select a object", "Face")
Dim Product1 As Product
Set Product1 = Elm.LeafProduct.parent.parent

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