You can create 3D solids and surfaces from scratch or from existing objects. These solids and surfaces can then be combined to create solid models. 3D objects can also be represented by simulated surfaces (3D thickness), as a wireframe model, or as a mesh model.
You can create 3D solids and surfaces from scratch or from existing objects.
You can use the INTERFERE command to check for interferences (areas where 3D solids intersect or overlap) within a solid model by comparing two sets of objects or by checking all the solids against one another.
You can create polygonal mesh forms. Because the faces of the mesh are planar, the mesh can only approximate curved surfaces.
A wireframe model is an edge or skeletal representation of a real-world 3D object using lines and curves.
Thickness is a property of certain objects that gives them a 3D appearance.