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Mesh Listing Parameters

Parameter Short Description Long Description   Mesh Side Surface Name of the surface assigned to the side of the Mesh.     Bottom Sur­face Name of surface assigned to the bottom of the Mesh. ...

Mesh Tool Settings

For a description of generic settings common to all tools in the Toolbox, see Working in Tool Settings Dialog Boxes. The Mesh tool is for ...

Add New Points to the Mesh

To add points to an existing Mesh, draw a line or polygon onto the existing Mesh using either the Mesh tool or the Line/Polyline tools. The workflow is a little different for each: Use Mesh Tool 1.Select the Mesh. 2.Activate the Mesh tool. 3.Draw a closed polygon or a straight segment ...

Mesh Tool Settings

For a description of generic settings common to all tools in the Toolbox, see Working in Tool Settings Dialog Boxes. The Mesh tool is for ...

Mesh Tool Settings

For a description of generic settings common to all tools in the Toolbox, see Working in Tool Settings Dialog Boxes. The Mesh tool is for creating surfaces, skirted surfaces and solid bodies by defining the elevation of its relevant nodes and interpolating between them.   A mesh is ...

Edit Elevation of a Mesh Point

1.Select the Mesh. 2.With the Mesh tool active, click a Mesh Point to bring up the pet palette.   3.Choose the Elevate Mesh Point command from the pet palette. If you are in the Floor Plan, this opens the Mesh Point Height dialog box.   4.Enter a new height value in the ...

Create a Hole in the Mesh

1.Select the existing Mesh. 2.With the Mesh tool, draw a closed polygon that falls entirely within the Mesh polygon. 3.The New Mesh Points dialog box opens.   4.Choose the “Create Hole” radio button. 5.Choose an option from the drop-down menu to define the relationship ...

Create a Hole in the Mesh

1.Select the existing Mesh. 2.With the Mesh tool, draw a closed polygon that falls entirely within the Mesh polygon. 3.The New Mesh Points ...

Meshes

Meshes are surfaces of any form created by defining the elevation of their characteristic points and interpolating between them. A Mesh is ...