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    Thanks. I see by your profile you are an engineer. What field do you work in? Mechanical?
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    I'm an aircraft engineer, but since ~10years doing AutoLISP programming for a civil engineering company.

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    PS. Hope that OP will not consider that we are polluting his thread...

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    Much appreciated. I see your point. Will end here. Thanks.
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    Thanks very much for all your help.

    Illustrations are the best I must agree!

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    Or you can Extrude faces after each path! What I mean is that you use the Extrude command from the Solids Toolbar and then you Extrude the face like I did in the drawing bellow:

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    Hi CAD89 I didn't see any drawing below?

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