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The Extract And Offset Edges command is used to extract the edges of a closed polyline from the current drawing and offset them to a new location.

The interference in AutoCAD can be classified into two types:

  • Geometric Interference: This type of interference is caused by the geometrical constraints of the design. Some examples are parallel lines, tangent circles and overlapping surfaces.
  • Geometric Tolerance: This type of interference is caused by the tolerance that has been set on dimensions in the drawing. The tolerances are based on a dimension’s precision, which is expressed as a number of digits to the right of the decimal point.

The Extract command is used to extract the contents of a file and place it in a new file. This is done by highlighting the desired text, selecting Edit > Copy, opening the new document or window and selecting Edit > Paste.

Offset command is a type of command in Photoshop that allows you to move an object or layer by a specified number of pixels.

The Extract and Offset Edges Command is used to extract a closed boundary of two or more edges and then offset it in the direction of any line, curve, or combination of curves.

The following steps are needed to use the Extract and Offset Edges Command:

  • Select the desired edges.
  • Specify a direction for the offset.
  • Specify an offset distance.
  • Specify a point to define the end point of the offset boundary.
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