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    Question Loft polygon to circle

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    same problem me to...

    how to draw arc in upper and lower objects in autocad 3dCapture.PNG

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    PRABAKARAN R:

    In the future please consider starting a new thread instead of attaching a new question to an old thread. Thank you.

    Is this the shape you are attempting to create?

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