Make designs more complex by using a variety of geometry modification tools.
After you select an object (solid, face, edge, point), you can manipulate objects using a variety of operations including Move, Delete, Extrude, Offset, Tilt, Scale, Rotate, Array, and Boolean operations like Union and Subtract.
Snaps and Inferences - Use these built-in capabilities to create more accurate designs.
About Smart Selection - Learn how the Tab key can make selecting similar objects easier.
Meshes - Learn how to use Meshes as lightweight representations of standard FormIt Objects.
Modify: Select Edge/Face or Object - Choosing an object or surface is the first step to making modifications.
Modify: Delete, Edit, Move - Remove an object, change its location, or modify its properties.
Modify: Cover, Sweep, Loft - Enclose open edges, make geometry sweep along a path of edges, and loft multiple profiles or surfaces.
Examine Object Properties - View or change a building object's name or its volume/area and level values.
Modify: Scale and Rotate - Adjust the size and orientation of objects.
Modify: Tilt, Array, Copy/Paste - Create more complex designs by making alterations to existing shapes.
Modify: Extrude, Cut/Offset Faces - Extrude a face, imprint new shapes on existing ones, or offset edges on a surface.
Modify: Boolean Operations - Use Join and Cut operations to alter objects.