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    Default Slicing 3d models

    I am new to Autocad but I have a 3d autocad model that I wish to slice into sections 10cm apart so I can then print them out in 2d sections. Is there an easy way to do this?

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    If the 3d model is 3d solid, you can use the command call SECTION. It will automatically highlight section cut within a plane. If the 3d model is combination of 3d solid and 3d mesh, you need program like ADT to perform section cut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scourdx
    If the 3d model is 3d solid, you can use the command call SECTION. It will automatically highlight section cut within a plane. If the 3d model is combination of 3d solid and 3d mesh, you need program like ADT to perform section cut.
    SECTION is non-destructive and creates a region.

    You can SLICE a solid model,it is then split. In Acad.

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