You can edit any 2D geometry using grips. Why not 3D geometry? If you extrude a polyline, wouldn’t it be great to edit the solid using the similar grips? Well – why don’t you?
To enable this, custom entities are created. You may, on full AutoCAD, convert your solids to standard AutoCAD non-grippable solids.
Streamspace Solids support many of the common 3D solid generation available in AutoCAD.
Apart from standard entities, Streamspace Solids allows:
- Stretch-modification of 3D models.
- Runs on AutoCAD LT 2000, 2000i, 2002 and 2004 or full AutoCAD.
- If you run it on the full version of AutoCAD, you can convert your work to standard ACIS
objects. This includes any models created on AutoCAD LT.
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Update Dec. 13th, 2004:
- Added DXF data capabilities
Update May 29th, 2004:
- New command: replace sketch for extrutions/revolutions
- New command: copy, replace sketch for extrutions/revolutions
- Icons for the Feature Tree
Update May 23rd, 2004:
- New command, property, adds visual property editing capabilites.
- New command, feature tree, allows editing of subentities.
- Others, like bend graphics installation
Update May 9th, 2004:
- Improved command: extrude and revolve now support sketches from objects
- Extended API functions
Update April 29th, 2004:
- New command, objectplane, creates a plane on the sketches
- New command, objectmate, aligns objects with each other.
- Improved copysketch command
Update April 5th, 2004:
- New command: copysketch allows you to copy selected surfaces on boxes, cones, cylinders
wedges and extruded or revolved solids.
- New object type: pipe type of bend.
- Improved grips for spheres, boxes, wedges and cylinders.
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