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  1. Hi all, Problem: Green Surface = Extruded Surface Red Surface = Lofted Surface I'm trying to subtract the green surface from the red surface. Commands Tried: - Subtract - Surftrim So far these two didn't work out very well. "Subtract" didn't do anything at all, while "Surftrim" helped me to get rid of anything outside of the cutting surface. But the problem: After Surftrim, the lofted surface's inside shows out, and I found out that it's not solid/filled inside, but rather it's a hollow space inside the lofted surface. I'm trying to create a fan blade, and using that green surface as a shape-maker. Anyone has any idea? P.S. The original post and picture owner is in this link http://www.cadtutor.net/forum/showthread.php?47775-How-to-draw-table-fan-blade
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