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Extrudes are the most common way to create 3D shapes in 3D CAD software. They allow a user to create a shape that will have a second, third or fourth dimension. In this tutorial, we'll learn how to create an extrude and then use it in Autodesk Inventor.

Creates a 3D solid or a 3D surface from an object with open ends or an object that encloses an area. Objects can be extruded orthogonally from the source object's plane, in a certain direction, or along a predetermined path.

Extrude is a 3D modeling tool that is used to create organic shapes and forms. This feature came about because it has been proven to be the most accurate way for creating such surfaces. Its use in 3D printing allows for designers to create complex, intricate designs that are unrealistic without extrude.

When you construct extrusions from a sketch profile, the geometry that you can choose is determined by the extruded result that you define, such as a solid or a surface. When specifying a surface extrusion, for example, you can choose between open or closed loops made up of sketch curves, or projected face edges.

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