Constructing Geometry

Create fully parametric and complex CAD geometry using canonical structures and perform Boolean operations on these.

Basic geometry includes solids (cuboid, flare, sphere, cylinder and cone), surfaces (rectangle, polygon, ellipse, paraboloid and NURBS) and arcs (line, polyline, fitted spline, Bézier curve, analytical curve, elliptic arc, parabolic arc, hyperbolic arc and helix). Use Boolean operations such as union, subtract, intersect, split and stitch to create complex geometry. Extend the geometry using spin, loft, sweep and path sweep. Transform the geometry using translate, mirror, rotate, scale, align and project.