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Understanding construction geometry

Construction geometry refers to geometry that is used for reference in a project. Some examples of construction geometry include:

Construction geometry is sometimes required to properly position elements of a project. It is often created when there isn't an existing project element to reference at a desired location. Some examples of construction geometry include:

Tip

When exporting projects, construction geometry is only visible in the Shapr3D native format. For exported sketches, X_T, STEP, or IGES files, all sketch elements, including construction lines, will be skipped.

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