Please see the attached photo, I want to know what command should I use in the ribbon to cover the selected space as if it is a real mug.
How did you create the first part?
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I was not following any drawing details, in SW I chose the top plane, drew two circles one inside the other and then chose extruded Boss/Base. But now I checked the link that you sent and I think it is better for me to follow what the guy did. Thank you man!!.
There are a bunch of ways, you could create another sketch at the bottom of the mug and extrude boss it up towards the rim of the mug. You could also edit your sketch to make a profile of the mug then revolve it 360 about the center line, you could make your initial sketch a cylinder (boss extrude a circle) and then do a blind cut extrude to the bottom of the mug offset by however thick you want the bottom.
There are a lot of options here for you on that front, what is the context of this design? (Mfg drwg, 3d printing a mug, modeling a mug for a game)
Ziad Chamseddine wrote: Please see the attached photo, I want to know what command should I use in the ribbon to cover the selected space as if it is a real mug.
Ziad Chamseddine wrote:
I'm not sure but it appears you just did a cut through?
If so just change it to a blind cut and either give it a depth or offset it from the bottom surface.
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