About-Copying-Deleting-and-Coloring-Faces-on-3D-Solids

About Copying, Deleting, and Coloring Faces on 3D Solids

    About Copying, Deleting, and Coloring Faces on 3D Solids

    Copy, remove, or change the color of faces on 3D solid objects.

    Copy a Face

    You can duplicate the face of a 3D solid object using the copy option of the SOLIDEDIT
    command. The selected faces are copied as regions or bodies.

    Delete a Face

    If you specify two points, the first point is used as a base point and a single copy
    is placed relative to the base point. If you specify a single point and press Enter,
    the original selection point is used as a base point. The next point is the point
    of displacement.

    If a face is surrounded by coplanar faces, you can delete it using the following methods:

    • Select the face and press Delete.
    • Select the face and enter erase.
    • Use the Delete option of the SOLIDEDIT command.

    Color a Face

    You can modify the color of a face on a 3D solid by selecting the face and then changing
    the Color property in the Properties palette.

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