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How to extrude a solid in autocad?

  1. Select Extrude command from the ribbon panel, as shown below: Or. Type Extrude on the command line < press Enter.
  2. Select the object, which we want to Extrude. Here, we have selected the rectangle.
  3. Press Enter.
  4. Now, specify the height of the Extrude. We can specify the height in +Z or –Z direction.

Amazingly, how do you Extrude a solid to a surface? You can select either a surface or the face of a solid body. You can also preselect the 3D faces to extrude before clicking Insert > Surface > Extrude.

Similarly, how do you fill a solid in 3D in AutoCAD?

  1. First set the layer that you want to use for your solid fill.
  2. On the Home tab in the Draw panel, click Hatch.
  3. In the Pattern panel, choose Solid.
  4. If you have one closed area, you can just click inside it to pick an internal point.
  5. Press Enter to end the HATCH command.

You asked, how do you Extrude a block in AutoCAD? Youtube video link: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=PdysbeHHXo8

Also, how do you Extrude a 3D object?

  1. Click Modeling tab > Surface panel > Convert to Surface.
  2. Select the objects you want to convert and press Enter. You can convert 2D solids, meshes, regions, planar 3D faces, and polylines, lines, and arcs with thickness.

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How do I change to extrude mode?

Go into CUI, expand the Toolbar tab, scroll down to find where you have the Extrude command. By default it is under the modelling tab, but for me I customised my toolbars and have it under the solid editing toolbar.

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How do you draw a 3D shape in AutoCAD?

1 On the status bar, at the bottom of the drawing area, click the Workspace Switching button. 2 On the Workspace menu, click 3D Modeling. The 3D Modeling workspace is displayed. In this workspace, you can access the various commands and tools needed for creating 3D drawings.

Why is solid hatch not showing in AutoCAD?

You need a closed polyline for the solid hatch to work. You can also solid hatch an area bounded by plain lines and arcs, but unlike other CAD software AutoCAD requires that the ends of adjoining lines *must* be located precisely at the same point.

How do you Extrude a drawing in AutoCAD?

  1. Select Extrude command from the ribbon panel, as shown below: Or. Type Extrude on the command line < press Enter.
  2. Select the object, which we want to Extrude. Here, we have selected the rectangle.
  3. Press Enter.
  4. Now, specify the height of the Extrude. We can specify the height in +Z or –Z direction.

How do you Extrude a 2D object in AutoCAD?

To start the command, on the Home ribbon, in the Modeling panel, expand the split button and click the Extrude tool. This same tool is also available on the Solid ribbon in the Solid panel. The program prompts you to select an object to extrude, and you can use any object selection method.

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Which object can be extruded?

  1. Lines.
  2. Arcs.
  3. Elliptical arcs.
  4. 2D polylines.
  5. 2D splines.
  6. Circles.
  7. Ellipses.
  8. 3D faces.

How do you convert polylines to contours?

  1. On the command line, enter EXPLODE, select a contour, and then press ENTER.
  2. Enter LIST and select the same contour.
  3. Press ESC and then close the text window.
  4. On the Terrain menu, click Contour Utilities, click Convert Polylines, and then select the contour polyline and press ENTER.

How do you make a surface from polyline Civil 3D?

  1. Confirm that TIN surface is selected as Type.
  2. Select the desired Surface layer and Style.
  3. Click <> to close the Create Surface dialog box.
  4. On the Prospector tab of the Toolspace, expand the Surfaces node.

Why extrude command is not working in Autocad?

That’s obvious because EXTRUDE works only on complete closed objects, not lines. If your drawing is closed for example like a rectangle, but it’s made with the command LINE, then you select all the lines of your object and type the command JOIN, to make all the lines one object.

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