You can create a surface from the closed contour of a curve set or edges. The created surface can be modified by changing the method or the “Control Point Offset” in the command dialog box. To create a surface by
It creates surface through four points. Each point defines the corner of the created surface. You can use the existed points or specify the new points on the screen. To create a surface by using the “Four Point Surface” surface
The “Law Extension” command extends the curve or edge on the surface to create a sheet body. You can create different types of extensions by changing the rules in the Length Law and Angle Law in the command dialog box.
You can create a solid or surface body by a sweeping curve or closed contour through one or more guide curves. Sweeping closed contour creates a solid body. Sweeping opened curves create a sheet body. To create a body by
You can create a sheet body through curves by using the “Through Curves” command. If the curves do not have closed contours, the created body will be a surface body. To create a surface by using the “Through Curves” command.
You can create a surface from the set of connected curves by using the “Bounded Plane” command. The “Bounded Plane” command is nearly similar to the “Fill Surface” command. But you can remove the specified region inside the sheet surface.
You can create a surface from a set of curves or/and edges by filling the region inside the set of curves or/and edges. An only connected set of curves/edges can use to create a surface. You can not select two