Surface / SubD
Crease splitting enabled
The Revolve command creates a surface or SubD by revolving a profile curve that defines the surface shape around an axis.
Specifies to create a NURBS surface or SubD.
Deletes (Yes) or keeps (No) the input object.
Revolves the input curve 360 degrees as a shortcut for specifying 360 degrees as the revolve angle.
Allows setting the angle (a degree away from the current input curve location) the revolve will start.
Starts the revolve from 0 (the input curve location).
This option is only available when Output=Surface.
The surface is rebuilt in the revolving direction to a degree-3 non-rational surface. Specify how many points in that direction. Deformable revolves can be deformed smoothly with point editing.
The resulting revolved surface is an exact revolve: a rational surface with fully-multiple knots at the quadrants. This kind of surface is not easy to deform smoothly by point editing.
Specifies the number of control points in the revolving direction when Output=Surface and Deformable=Yes.
Specifies the number of faces in the revolving direction when Output=SubD.
Revolves tangent points on the input curve into joined edges (Yes) or creases (No) when Output=Surface.
Type subcrv to select part of a curve as input.
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