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Using the sweep command, a 2D sub-object or object is swept along an open or closed path to generate a 3D surface or solid. An open-ended item is swept to generate merely a 3D surface, but an object encompassing the region is swept to make a 3D solid or surface.

The loft command in AutoCAD can be used to create many different shapes like a sphere, an ellipse, or even a triangle. It can also be used to create curved surfaces like the ones seen on cars and airplanes.

Sweep commands are used to create complex shapes in AutoCAD. They are a powerful tool for drawing, but they can also be difficult to use. To use sweep commands, you need to first set up a profile line and then define the shape of the sweep.

The lofting process is a 3D modeling method that takes two or more surfaces and creates a new surface connecting them. The lofted surface is created by intersecting the two surfaces along their shared edge or boundary curves, producing a single surface with an organic appearance.

A sweep command is especially useful when creating shapes with sharp corners and edges, such as circles and ellipses, because it allows you to change the radius of curvature at any point along the path.

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