The RevolvedHole command creates holes in a polysurface by revolving a profile curve that defines the surface shape around an axis and subtracting the hole volume from the polysurface.


1. Select the hole profile curve.
2. Pick the curve base point.

The base point determines the point on the curve that will intersect with the surface and depth of the hole.

3. Select a target face.
4. Pick the location for the hole center.

The revolve axis is determined by the start and end of the profile curve.



Reverses the direction.


The Undo option reverses the last action.

See also

Create and edit holes in surfaces

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