selected 3D solids, surfaces, or 2D regions by addition.
can combine two or more 3D solids, surfaces, or 2D regions into
a single, composite 3D solid, surface, or region. You must select
the same type of objects to combine.
selection set can contain objects that lie in any number of arbitrary planes.
For mixed object types, selection sets are divided into subsets
that are joined separately. Solids are grouped in the first subset.
The first selected region and all subsequent coplanar regions are
grouped in the second set, and so on.
resulting composite solid includes the volume enclosed by all of
the selected solids. Each of the resulting composite regions encloses
the area of all regions in a subset.
cannot use UNION with mesh objects. However, if you select a mesh object,
you will be prompted to convert it to a 3D solid or surface.
List of Prompts
The following prompt
- Select objects
Select the 3D solids,
surfaces, or regions to be combined. Press Enter when you finish