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Sphere

Toolbar: Draw 3D > Sphere ()

Menu: Insert > 3D Entities > Sphere

Keyboard: SPHERE

Alias: AI_SPHERE

Experience Level: Intermediate

Draws a three-dimensional spherical entity.

Type sphere to create a three-dimensional ACIS solid; type ai_sphere to create a three-dimensional surface.

 

 

Select the radius of the sphere.

Result.

Center of sphere: Specify the center point of the sphere.

Diameter <Radius of sphere>: To draw a sphere by specifying its radius, the default method, choose a second point or enter a value (in drawing units). To draw a sphere by specifying its diameter, choose Diameter.

Diameter of sphere: Specify two points or enter a value (in drawing units) for the diameter. (This prompt displays only if you chose Diameter.)

Number of longitudinal sections <16>: Enter the number of sections that are perpendicular to the xy plane. (This prompt displays only if you are using the ai_sphere command to create a three-dimensional surface.)

Number of latitudinal sections<16>: Enter the number of sections that are parallel to the xy plane. (This prompt displays only if you are using the ai_sphere command to create a three-dimensional surface.)

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