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*Conneally, Nick
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sketch selection - creating features

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11-08-2002 02:26 AM
I always seem to struggle with sketch selection when creating a feature;
i.e. simple extrusion with 2 circles, one on the face of a previous feature,
he other the existing sketched circle. I know you can de-select after both
are highlighted and selected.. is this the only way?. I am currently
attempting a loft going from a circle on the face of an existing octagon
feature to a larger circle .75" away. NO matter what I try, the octagon
portion is picked up as part of the loft (I only want the circle inside of
it).
*Hintehoeller, Richard
Message 2 of 3 (34 Views)

Re: sketch selection - creating features

11-08-2002 02:29 AM in reply to: *Conneally, Nick
Nick:

Is there anything preventing you from making the octagon out of
construction lines?

Richard

Nick Conneally wrote:
> I always seem to struggle with sketch selection when creating a feature;
> i.e. simple extrusion with 2 circles, one on the face of a previous feature,
> he other the existing sketched circle. I know you can de-select after both
> are highlighted and selected.. is this the only way?. I am currently
> attempting a loft going from a circle on the face of an existing octagon
> feature to a larger circle .75" away. NO matter what I try, the octagon
> portion is picked up as part of the loft (I only want the circle inside of
> it).
>
>
>
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Message 3 of 3 (34 Views)

Re: sketch selection - creating features

11-08-2002 03:13 AM in reply to: *Conneally, Nick
just delet one of the lines of the octagon
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