The Material type exposes the following members.
Gets true if this class has any custom information attached to it through UserData.(Inherited from CommonObject.)
Gets or sets the ID of this material.
Gets or sets the index of refraction of the material, generally >= 1.0 (speed of light in vacuum)/(speed of light in material)
By default Rhino layers and objects are assigned the default rendering material.
Deleted materials are kept in the runtime material table so that undo will work with materials. Call IsDeleted to determine to determine if a material is deleted.
If true this object may not be modified. Any properties or functions that attempt to modify this object when it is set to "IsReadOnly" will throw a NotSupportedException.(Overrides CommonObjectIsDocumentControlled.)
Rhino allows multiple files to be viewed simultaneously. Materials in the document are "normal" or "reference". Reference materials are not saved.
Tests an object to see if it is valid.(Inherited from CommonObject.)
Gets or sets how reflective a material is, 0f is no reflection 1f is 100% reflective.
The Id of the RenderPlugIn that is associated with this material.
Gets or sets the shine factor of the material.
Gets or sets the transparency of the material (0.0 = opaque to 1.0 = transparent)
Number of objects and layers that use this material.
List of custom information that is attached to this class.(Inherited from CommonObject.)
Dictionary of custom information attached to this class. The dictionary is actually user data provided as an easy to use sharable set of information.(Inherited from CommonObject.)