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Options and Results

Remove faces by extending adjacent faces to fill the gap. This function can be used to: Remove round corners, extend the adjacent faces and create sharp corners instead. Remove holes. Heal faces that were previously split. Extend adjacent faces. Automatically select all adjacent smooth faces.   Required Step 1 Pick the …

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Remove & Extend

Remove faces by extending adjacent faces to fill the gap. This function can be used to: Remove round corners, extend the adjacent faces and create sharp corners instead. Remove holes. “Heal” faces that were previously split. Extend adjacent faces. General Interaction The following is the Feature Guide for Remove and Extend

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Remove > Pipe : Editing

You can edit: the Pipe feature itself (by the Feature Guide) the Pipe sketch / contour Note: If your changes result in a geometric impossibility, or cause problems in subsequent features, you will be warned by the Conflict Solver.   Editing the Pipe by the Feature Guide Right-click on the Pipe name …

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: Options and Results

Remove material from an existing solid by creating a solid or shelled pipe. (To add solid material, see Add / New Pipe.) Important: When using this function, material will be removed only from the current active object. (If only one object exists in the file it is automatically active unless manually deactivated.) See Activate / Deactivate and Activating …

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Remove > Pipe

Remove material from an existing solid by creating a solid or shelled pipe. (To add solid material, see Add / New Pipe.) Important: When using this function, material will be removed only from the current active object. (If only one object exists in the file it is automatically active unless manually deactivated.) See Activate / Deactivate and Activating …

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/ Remove > Drive : Editing

You can edit: the Drive feature itself (by the Feature Guide) the drive sketch / contour the numerical parameter values only (sketch dimensions) Note: If your changes result in a geometric impossibility, or cause problems in subsequent features, you will be warned by the Conflict Solver.   Editing the Drive by the …

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Options and Results

Remove material from an existing solid by driving a 2D sketch along a spine. (To add solid material, see Add / New Drive.) Important: When using this function, material will be removed only from the current active object. (If only one object exists in the file it is automatically active unless manually deactivated.) See Activate / …

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Remove > Drive

Remove material from an existing solid by driving a 2D sketch along a spine. (To add solid material, see Add / New Drive.) Important: When using this function, material will be removed only from the current active object. (If only one object exists in the file it is automatically active unless manually deactivated.) See Activate / …

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Remove > Revolve : Editing

You can edit: the Revolve Remove feature itself (by the Feature Guide) the revolve sketch / contour the numerical parameter values only (theta, sketch dimensions, etc.) Note: If your changes result in a geometric impossibility, or cause problems in subsequent features, you will be warned by the Conflict Solver.   Editing the …

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To Closest and To Reference

Remove material by revolving a closed sketch / composite curve to either the closest face, or to a chosen reference face. Important: When using this function, material will be removed only from the current active object. (If only one object exists in the file it is automatically active unless manually deactivated.) See Activate / Deactivate and Activating Objects.   …

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