The extrude command is a command in the AutoCAD program that allows you to create 3D objects. It creates a new 2D object by pulling it out of another 2D object, or by extruding an existing 3D object along an axis or plane.
This command can be used for many purposes such as creating a surface from scratch or to add thickness to an existing object. The extrude command can also be used to create shapes with the help of the offset and inset commands.
The extrude command has a number of features that make it easy to use. One of these features is the ability to change the direction of extrusion, which makes it easy to create accurate shapes. Another feature is the ability to change the height, width, and depth at any time during an extrusion process. This allows for more precise control over your final shape.
You can use this command by selecting the vertices or edges of the 2D object that you want to extrude, then clicking on the face that you want to extrude from, and finally selecting how far you want to extrude from the original face.
The extrude command can be used on any 3D object and it has many different parameters. For example, if you want to make an extrusion that is 10 inches high, you would type in "10" as the height parameter.
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