Creates a conical volume anywhere on the working plane.
Working plane X and Y coordinates of the center axis of the cone.
Radii of the faces of the cone.
the bottom face and will be located on the working plane.
the top face and is parallel to the working plane. A value of zero or blank
a degenerate face at the center axis (i.e., the vertex of the cone). The
same value for both
a cylinder instead of a cone.
The perpendicular distance (either positive or negative based
on the working plane Z direction) from the working plane representing the
depth of the cone.
DEPTH cannot be zero (see "Notes" below).
Defines a solid conical volume with either the vertex or a face anywhere on the working plane. The cone must have a spatial volume greater than zero. (i.e., this volume primitive command cannot be used to create a degenerate volume as a means of creating an area.) The face or faces will be circular (each area defined with four lines), and they will be connected with two areas (each spanning 180°). See the CONE command for an alternate way to create cones.