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By sketching the two-dimensional cross-section of the cut directly on the plane of the part, you can make an extruded cut in a two-dimensional or axisymmetric planar component. The cut always goes all the way through the component.

Select a face as the beginning point for the cut while holding Ctrl. To determine the direction of the cut, select Convert to Cut (2D to 3D toolbar) or Tools > Sketch Tools > 2D to 3D > Cut, and then click in the graphics area. The PropertyManager for Cut-Extrude appears.

Different extrude thicknesses for Direction can be selected. 1 Dimensions of Thickness and Direction Thickness is the second factor to consider.

  • Draw a profile of the cut on a face or plane.
  • In the Features toolbar, click Extruded Cut or Revolved Cut, or Insert > Assembly Feature > Cut, then Extrude or Revolve.
  • In the Extrude or Revolve PropertyManager, adjust the parameters as required.

In AutoCAD 3D, the Extrude command is used to make a surface or solid from a 2D surface or a 3D curve. The Extrude command is commonly used to make walls, shapes, and other objects.

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