Shahr, from the heads up view toolbar select "Shaded" instead of "Shaded with Edges"

Shaded with Edges ...

Shaded ...

Does anyone know how I can remove lines caused by revolved or extruded endpoints and center points?\

What do you mean "remove" here?

for viewing or actually removing the line from your 3D model

as suggested by others, using shade without edge will show the model without tangent line

otherwise, you need to use spline for your model without "tangent line"

Christian Chu wrote:

Does anyone know how I can remove lines caused by revolved or extruded endpoints and center points?\

What do you mean "remove" here?

for viewing or actually removing the line from your 3D model

as suggested by others, using shade without edge will show the model without tangent line

otherwise, you need to use spline for your model without "tangent line"

Selecting "Tangent Edges Removed", as Tom Putt suggested, will hide that edge while leaving the other edges showing. That's how I have my models set up to display. There's no need to use a spline.

Like everyone else has said here using "shaded" instead of "shaded with edges" will graphically remove the tangent edges that you are looking at.

If you wanted them permanently removed, then use "Fit Spline" to replace your geometry (basically, make it construction geometry and place a Fit Spline over it).

But that would be an extreme case in which you needed some sort of continuous surface for some reason.

If it just a graphical/personal preference issue, then use "shaded" view.

these are called tangent lines, they can be removed by unchecking this box