Presspull command in AutoCAD – Press, pull to create solid

Presspull command in AutoCAD – Press, pull to create solid

The way to call Prespull command in AutoCAD

Dashboard Type command Tool bar
3D Make panel Presspull Modeling

Presspull command created 3D solid or 3D surface by pressing or pulling the bounded area following to the direction of Z axis of current coordinates system. After pulling to create the object, the bounded line still exists.

If the bounded area is on solid object, the pulled objects create the connection with the original 3D solid to make an object by algebraic operation Boole (when you pull out of the original solid, it is matched; when you pull into the original solid, the hole appears)

  • Presspull

Click inside bounded areas to press or pull. Click a point A inside bounded areas to press or pull.
1 Region created. Pull the pointer to a position then press to select or enter a value of pulling height. If you enter the plus pulling height, the object is created following to the plus direction of Z axis.

Presspull command in AutoCAD
Pull Press                       Select pulling area          Enter 30                Enter -30

Presspull command in AutoCAD – Press, pull to create solid

You can press or pull the types of following bounded areas:
Any close area which can cross the section by the method “pick a point” (with gap tolerance equal 0)
The area is closed by the objects which are the intersecting coplanar straight lines.
The close polylines, regions, 3D faces and 2D solids contain the coplanar tops.
The area is created by the coplanar geometry object (including the edges on faces) for any faces of 3D solid.
When a bounded line is on a face of solid: if you enter the plus pulling height, pulling the face containing the bounded line creates the solid which directs to outside of the face and connect with original object to make an object; if you enter the minus pulling height, it creates the hole on solid.

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