3D styles are the different ways in which objects are rendered in AutoCAD. They provide a way to show the object from various perspectives and make it look realistic.
The different 3D styles include:
- Wireframe: This is the default style that shows objects in 3D as wireframes. It is mostly used for visualization purposes and for showing hidden parts of an object.
- Solid: This style renders objects as solids with surfaces that can be seen from all angles. It is mostly used for architectural drawings, structural analysis, and construction drawings.
- Hidden Line Removal (HRL): HRL renders objects by removing hidden lines to create a more realistic appearance of the object, similar to how it would appear if you could see through it. It is mainly used
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