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Surface Revolve 
The Revolve command creates a surface by revolving a profile curve that defines the surface shape around an axis.
Commandline options  

DeleteInput 
YesDeletes the original geometry. NoRetains the original geometry. 
Deformable 
YesThe surface is rebuilt on the 'around' direction to a degree3 nonrational surface. Specify how many points in that direction. Deformable revolves can be deformed smoothly with point editing. NoThe resulting revolved surface is an exact revolve: a rational surface with fullymultiple knots at the quadrants. This kind of surface is not easy to deform smoothly by point editing. 
PointCount 
Specifies the number of control points in the result. 
FullCircle 
Revolves the input curve 360 degrees as a shortcut for specifying 360 degrees as the revolve angle. AskForStartAngleYesAllows setting the angle (a number of degrees away from the current input curve location) the revolve will start. NoStarts the revolve from 0 (the input curve location). 
SplitAtTangents 
YesCreates a single surface. NoCreates a polysurface when the input curves are joined tangent curves. Faces in the resulting polysurface correspond to the tangent subcurves in the input curves. 
Type subcrv to select part of a curve as input. 
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