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Copy Solid Surfaces

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Copy Solid Surfaces

In 2001 there was a way to copy ALL the surfaces of a solid model.

How can I select ALL solid surfaces and copy them?



TIA.



Ken Orr

Design Engineer

616.240.7200



Orrbit Product Design LLC

243 129th Ave.

Holland, MI 49424



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RE: Copy Solid Surfaces

Please post the summary. Thanks.



Stann Sheperd

ID Surfacing Manager

Plantronics, Inc.

345 Encinal Street

Santa Cruz, CA 95060

831-458-7373



www.Plantronics.com <http: www.plantronics.com="/>


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RE: Copy Solid Surfaces

Select a single solid surface.
Right click and choose "Solid Surfaces".
Ctrl-C.
Ctrl-V.
Middle button.

Done.

Caleb Coburn
Mechanical Engineer
Roche Diagnostics
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RE: Copy Solid Surfaces

I just asked the very same question about a month ago and Caleb had the
winning answer back then as well. Caleb did mention to me last time
that it may be helpful to set the (not so smart) Smart Filter to
"geometry" to help selecting individual surfaces to create the solid
surf feature.

Bob
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