When dealing with 3D objects, we often need to verify whether there are interferences.
The next command allows us to detect interferences between objects and to create new objects from common elements.
INTERFERE command (alias
INF) allows us to detect interferences between two sets of solids or surfaces. If interferences are detected, the command allows the creation of solids, surfaces, or linear objects corresponding to the intersection, but the original objects are not affected. This command can be found in the Solid Editing panel on the Home tab in the ribbon, or on the menu bar by going to Modify | 3D Operations.
The command starts by prompting for the selection of the first set of objects, then a second set, and does a comparison between them. If we want to verify all objects, we just create one selection set. On using the command, it prompts for the first set. The Enter key is used to...