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3D Command features like extrude, union, subtract etc.

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07-21-2016 11:45 PM

Hi AutoCAD 360 try for this very useful app but since I am a new user I can't find 3d commands that will let me make 2d drafts to 3d like union, extrude, subtract, rendering etc. Or you don't have the feature yet? Please add these features tysm

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Re: 3D Command features like extrude, union, subtract etc.

07-22-2016 05:39 AM in reply to: ryz4ryz
no 3D


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Re: 3D Command features like extrude, union, subtract etc.

07-24-2016 03:28 AM in reply to: ryz4ryz

Hi @ryz4ryz,

 

Thank you for contacting us,

 

At this point, AutoCAD 360 supports viewing 3D drawings only (on mobile app only), where you can change the viewing angle manually or choose one of the preset angles to view your drawing -
http://help.autocad360.com/customer/portal/articles/1152798-3d-files-in-autocad-360

AutoCAD 360 Pro version only allows you to create rough 2D drafts of your designs. Note that the creation of files is enabled for 2D drawings only...

 

We have received several requests from users for this capability (creating 3D drawings) and as shown in the past, we tend to listen to our customers and react fast. Please keep an eye for future updates.

 

 

Best,

 


Tirza Ben-Ner
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Re: 3D Command features like extrude, union, subtract etc.

02-13-2017 10:12 AM in reply to: tirza.ben-ner

When can we expect 3D viewing or editing features in AutoCAD 360 Pro mobile app? Simple selection, rotation, extrusion, chamfer, etc would be very useful.

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Re: 3D Command features like extrude, union, subtract etc.

02-14-2017 05:48 AM in reply to: wirtzkm
autocad360pro is 2D only: if there are plans on adding 3D no one at a public company like Autodesk will give you an exact date, you'll have to wait for a public announcement (could happen today, next month, next year, or 10-years from now).


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