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Have You Tried: Creating Closed Boundaries Efficiently

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Have You Tried

The Boundary feature in AutoCAD can be used to create a closed polyline within or around a set of geometric objects.

The resulting polyline can be used to:

  • Calculate the area, perimeter, or geometric center of a room or a rotating cam or counterweight
  • Create an outline of a building to use on a site plan or start a foundation plan
  • Create a 3D object from the 2D polyline by extruding, revolving, or sweeping the 2D profile

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Discover easy ways to create closed polylines or regions based on the boundaries of geometric objects by following the step-by-step examples in the Have You Tried: Create Boundaries Efficiently topic.

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