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How to use Multiple Cut Planes in Cross-Section Mode  XML
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Vanessa

Kalloc Studios

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(This feature is available on VDC, Ultimate and BIM Solution only)


Fuzor supports multiple cut planes.

To enable cut planes, navigate to the Cross-Section controls and set "Enable Cross-Section" to "On". Under Cross-section Mode make sure "Plane" is selected.



Click the selector for the plane you want to enable, and click the "Enable" button.



A blue cut plane will appear. Move your mouse to position your cut plane.



To change your cut plane orientation, select either "Horizontal" or "Vertical" in the Plane Settings.





To rotate a vertical plane, hold shift and move your mouse left or right.





Once you are satisfied with the position of your cut plane, click to place it. Your cut plane is now active.



If your cut plane is oriented in the wrong direction, first make sure it is selected in the UI (designated by the highlighted box), then click the "Flip" button.





To enable additional cut planes, select a different plane, then click "Enable" and repeat the previous steps. Fuzor supports up to 4 simultaneous cut planes.



To modify your cut plane, select it and click the "Edit Selection" button.





[Note] To see before section cut, click Reset Section




Finally, to turn off ALL cut planes, set "Enable Cross-Section" to "Off".




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