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Hi, I am in need of creating a solid drawing from my wireframe drawing in model space. I have never done any 3d modeling in autocad before it took me a few days just to get the wireframe of a staircase done! I have tried to render this object in viewport but it disappears after I click on it or move around, therefore I cannot see it in my paper layout. How do I make a rendered object stay? Also I want to plot this on 22x34in and 11x17in paper, how would I go about getting a high quality rendered image. I am using autocad 2010.

 

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Erick

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ReMark

First things first.

 

Welcome to the CADTutor forum.

 

How exactly did you create this wireframe?

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tzframpton
Hi, I am in need of creating a solid drawing from my wireframe drawing in model space. I have never done any 3d modeling in autocad before it took me a few days just to get the wireframe of a staircase done! I have tried to render this object in viewport but it disappears after I click on it or move around, therefore I cannot see it in my paper layout. How do I make a rendered object stay? Also I want to plot this on 22x34in and 11x17in paper, how would I go about getting a high quality rendered image. I am using autocad 2010.

 

Thanks,

Erick

You'll have to redo it. Research the EXTRUDE and PRESSPULL commands, along with others:

 

PRESSPULL

EXTRUDE

 

More Info: http://exchange.autodesk.com/autocad/enu/online-help/search#WS1a9193826455f5ffa23ce210c4a30acaf-68fb.htm

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ehmcheng

Thanks! Igot tons of help from this website!

 

I created this wireframe by drawing a 2d staircase and extruding the width.

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ReMark

So you are working with 3D solids then right?

 

Can you attach a copy of the drawing to your next post?

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