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rfrisch
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Create a 3d cylinder with a 45 degree angle cut on the other end

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06-18-2012 03:10 PM

Hi Everyone;

 

    I am have a problem. How do you create a cylinder with a flat end on one side and on the other side have it at a 45 degree angle. I would appricate any and all suggestions. Thanks and have a nice week

The SLICE command and theSOLIDEDIT>TaperFaces command should also be in AutoCAD2009.  (as long as it's not AutoCADLT)

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Re: Create a 3d cylinder with a 45 degree angle cut on the other end

06-18-2012 03:38 PM in reply to: rfrisch

SLICE, or Taper Faces are two options.

 

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Re: Create a 3d cylinder with a 45 degree angle cut on the other end

06-19-2012 11:40 AM in reply to: nestly
Hi nestly (*Pro); Thank you for the information. One of our employees is learning on 2012 Autocad on his machine he brought in. I showed him the video which was real helpful. Unfortunately we don't have 2013 Autocad. Hopefully we will be able to upgrade to 2013 soon from (dare I say) Autocad 2009. I really like the slice command. Once again Thanks for the information. Ray Ray Frisch Dieterich Architectural Group Inc. Phone 480 948 8911 Fax 480 948 3501 E-mail rfrisch@dietericharch.com
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Re: Create a 3d cylinder with a 45 degree angle cut on the other end

06-19-2012 12:29 PM in reply to: rfrisch

The SLICE command and theSOLIDEDIT>TaperFaces command should also be in AutoCAD2009.  (as long as it's not AutoCADLT)

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Re: Create a 3d cylinder with a 45 degree angle cut on the other end

06-19-2012 01:32 PM in reply to: nestly
nestly (*Pro); Guess what, we did find it in both 2009 and 2012. I guess that's what happens when we don't do very much (none) 3D here. Thanks for getting back with me. I really appreciate it. Have a great day. ray Ray Frisch Dieterich Architectural Group Inc. Phone 480 948 8911 Fax 480 948 3501 E-mail rfrisch@dietericharch.com
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