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Manual Reference Pages  -  INSIDE (n)

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NAME

inside - Creates a new shape that is inside an existing shape.

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

inside [outside_shape_name new_inside_shape_name] {parameters}

DESCRIPTION

Creates a new shape that is inside an existing shape. This command is typically used to create an inside shape that can be subtracted from the original shape to produce a hollow shell. The command is typically used with no arguments, and it prompts the user for all needed information; however, all the parameters may be supplied on the command line. If MGED is in primitive edit mode when the inside command is issued, then the shape currently being edited will be used as the outside_shape. Similarly, if MGED is in matrix edit mode when the inside command is executed, then the current key shape will be used as the outside shape.

EXAMPLES

The first example shows the use of the inside command to create a shape inside another shape such that all its faces are 1 unit from the corresponding faces of the outside shape. The second example shows the use of the inside command to create a shape inside the current key shape or the shape currently being edited. The faces of the new shape will be 1 unit from the corresponding faces of the current outside shape.

Example 1. Create a shape inside of an existing shape.

mged> inside out_arb in_arb 1 1 1 1 1 1

Creates a shape named in_arb such that each face is 1 unit from the corresponding face in out_arb.

Example 2. Creates a shape inside of the current key shape or the shape being edited.

mged> inside in_arb 1 1 1 1 1 1

Creates a shape named in_arb such that each face is 1 unit from the corresponding face in the current key shape or the shape currently being edited.

AUTHOR

BRL-CAD Team

BUG REPORTS

Reports of bugs or problems should be submitted via electronic mail to <devs@brlcad.org>, or via the "cadbug.sh" script.

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