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jmcfaddn
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How to make a 3d Surface/Mesh?

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06-30-2003 12:31 AM
I see the solids menu, but do not see where to make a 3d surface or Mesh as described in the ACAD help file?
*Andrew
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Re: How to make a 3d Surface/Mesh?

06-30-2003 01:07 AM in reply to: jmcfaddn
You will need to load the standard acad menu. 
Or copy that part of the acad menu into your BS menu.  Or you can type in
the commands.

 

 


style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">
I
see the solids menu, but do not see where to make a 3d surface or Mesh as
described in the ACAD help file?
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jmcfaddn
Posts: 399
Registered: ‎12-01-2003
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06-30-2003 02:46 AM in reply to: jmcfaddn
?? you'd think there would some menus in Bldg Sys. since we are required to build Mvparts. If I load the ACAD menu, which I've done by mistake already, I lose all of my previous menu settings. Is there a way to draw a solid then explode it to surfaces?
*[Autodesk], Bo Noren
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07-01-2003 12:03 AM in reply to: jmcfaddn

It is possible to switch to AutoCAD menus by
selecting Window->Pulldowns->AutoCAD Menus. To switch back select
Building Systems->Restore Building Systems Menus. As Jody points out you
will lose your menu settings (toolbar positions e t c) when switching. If
that is a problem I would suggest using two different profiles; one for
AutoCAD menus and one for Building Systems menus.

 

 

/Bosse


style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">
??
you'd think there would some menus in Bldg Sys. since we are required to build
Mvparts. If I load the ACAD menu, which I've done by mistake already, I lose
all of my previous menu settings. Is there a way to draw a solid then explode
it to surfaces?

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