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Pick Points, Edges or Faces from Within the Model Many construction steps require the selection of points, edges or faces from the model. The following section explains how to select these elementary entities interactively. For each of these so-called “pick operations” you first have to select the appropriate pick tool. This may be selected either from the menu item Objects#Pick#Pick Point/... or from an item in the pick toolbar: Pick edge mid points Pick points on circles Pick edge end points Pick edges Pick circle centers Pick face centers Pick faces After activating a pick tool, the mouse cursor will change indicating that a pick operation is in progress.
Define local coordinate system parameters directly: (WCS#Define Local Coordinates) In this dialog box you may enter the origin and the orientation of the w-axis and the u-axis directly. Move local coordinate system: (WCS#Move Local Coordinates) In this dialog box you can translate the origin of the local coordinate system by a specified translation vector. Rotate local coordinate system: (WCS#Rotate Local Coordinates) By using this dialog box you can rotate the local coordinate system around one of its axes by a specified rotation angle.
In order to obtain unique names for the shapes. Combine Shapes by Using Boolean Operations Probably the most powerful operation to create complex shapes is the combination of simple shapes by using so-called Boolean operations. These operations allow you to add shapes together, to subtract one or more shapes from another, to insert shapes into each other, and to intersect two or more shapes. In the following we will consider two shapes – a sphere and a brick – on which we will perform Boolean operations.