Your question: How do you extend a solid in Rhino?

How do I extend edges in rhino?

If you know your surface is rectangular and straight everywhere you can Shift-Ctrl select its edge(s) or SolidPtOn and use move command. Asterisk: If you know your surface is rectangular and straight everywhere you can Shift-Ctrl select its edge(s) or SolidPtOn and use move command.

How do I extend a surface to another surface in Rhino?

It seems that ExtendSrf works with the following workflow:

  1. Starting from two surfaces with nast u angles towards each other: …
  2. Make a Copy of the surface you want to extend, and simply drag-extend (the the gumball) the copy to overlap, like so (the original surface is the square in the middle of the drag-extended copy):

How do you extend extrusion in rhino?

If the extrusion is vertical use Command-Drag or Move > Vertical to constrain the point. Gumball can also help. My favourite is to command+click the extruded edge(s) , or surface if extruded solid, and pull with GumBall. You can do this but it will no longer be an extrusion object, if that matters.

How do you join extrusions in rhino?

Select an object (curve, surface, polysurface, or mesh). Select the next object. To select a surface edge as a curve to join, see sub-object selection. When you are finished selecting objects to join, press Enter.

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How do you make an extrusion solid in Rhino?

To make a solid extrusion from a closed planar curve, make sure Solid=Yes at the command line in ExtrudeCrv . If the curve used to create the extrusion is closed but not planar, then EdgeSrf (prefered if it works) or Patch can be used to close the ends. Then Join with the extrusion surfaces to form a solid.

How do you make Polysurface in rhino?

Draw a pyramid. Extrude a curve in two directions to a boundary surface. Offset a curve and create a ruled surface between the curves. Offset a polyline, and extrude and cap the result to create a solid.

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