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Old 07-03-2005, 11:58 PM   #1
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Question >>> Reversing the Sweep Angles on an Extruded Surface <<<

I made a curve and extruded it, and the start/end sweep angle (darker isoparm/like) is on the side. I want to attach it to a different extruded surface that has the line in a different place. I can't rotate the tube because it is wavy and stuff. How can I change the place of the dark isopram (sweep angle thing).

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You could select an Isoparm where you want the seam and then detach the surface. Granted, this will give you two surfaces where you had one, but you could always go back and reattach the loose surface.

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