Crease splitting enabled.
The ExtrudeCrvAlongCrv command creates a surface by tracing the path of a curve along another path curve.
|1.||Select a curve.|
|2.||Select the path curve.|
|●||If the curve is not planar, then it will be extruded in the z-direction of the active viewport's construction plane. If the curve is planar, it will be extruded in the normal direction of the plane of the curve.|
|●||Unlike Lofts and Sweeps, the initial orientation of the profile curve or surface is maintained through the extrusion.|
|●||If the input is a non-planar polycurve or a planar polycurve where the extrusion direction is not normal to the curve plane, the result will be a polysurface rather than an extrusion object.|
If the profile curve is closed and planar, both ends of the extruded object are filled with planar surfaces and joined to make a closed polysurface.
Deletes the original geometry.
Retains the original geometry.
The SubCurve option extrudes a curve the distance specified by picking two points along a curve.
Note: The extruded surface starts from the beginning of the curve, not the first picked point. Picking the points only establishes the extrusion distance.
The Yes option creates a single surface.
The No option creates a polysurface when the input curves are joined tangent curves. Faces in the resulting polysurface correspond to the tangent sub-curves in the input curves.
|●||When this option is used, the output will be a polysurface.|
|●||When UseExtrusions is on, this setting has no effect.|
Extrude curves and surfaces
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