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About Pressing or Pulling Areas, Objects, and Faces

    About Pressing or Pulling Areas, Objects, and Faces

    Get visual feedback as you extrude closed objects and areas, and offset or extrude
    3D solid faces.

    The program responds differently, depending on the type of object or subobject you
    select to press or pull. Closed objects or bounded areas create 3D solid objects.
    Open objects create surfaces.

    Press and Pull to Create Holes and Solid Extrusions

    Press in or pull out bounded, or closed, areas or objects to create holes and 3D
    solid extrusions. You can click inside a closed object, an area, or a face that is
    imprinted on a solid object and then drag it in or out. The following example shows
    how you can press or pull a circle imprinted on the face of a solid box to create
    a hole or extrusion from the box.

    In combination with imprinted faces, you can form complex shapes using press or pull
    operations to create extrusions and notches. The following object was formed using
    press and pull operations on an imprinted pyramid

    Press or Pull to Create Surfaces

    Selecting an open object, such as a line, spline, or arc creates a surface.

    Press or Pull to Offset a 3D Solid Face

    If you select a planar face of a 3D solid object, the press or pull operation modifies
    the size of the solid object based on the offset distance you specify. You can select
    more than one face on the object. By pressing Ctrl as you drag the face, you can preserve
    the angle of the adjacent faces. For best results, do not select adjacent faces that
    are filleted.

    Methods for Press and Pull Modifications

    To filter selection to include only 2D objects, faces or edges, press Ctrl as you
    move the cursor. Bounded areas and imprints on solid objects are not detected.

    You can also press Ctrl+Shift+E to initiate a press or pull operation. To limit the
    type of objects that can act as boundaries, turn off the IMPLIEDFACE system variable.
    When the variable is off, only 3D faces and 3D solid faces can be extruded using Ctrl+Shift+E.
    (This setting does not affect the PRESSPULL command.)

    NOTE:If you alternatively use EXTRUDE to extend an existing face on a 3D solid, a separate
    extruded object is created.

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