Volume 2 Chapter 1 Build Menu 2D-CONSTRAIN

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3D-CONSTRAIN

Function

3D-CONSTRAIN is used to replace the BUILD menu by the 3D-CONSTRAIN sub-menu. The latter allows you to add geometrical instructions to the fragment definition.

Example

Having built a fragment

Note that if no fragment exists and you select 3D-CONSTRAIN then:

This option allows you to tabulate non-structural parameters for database entries, e.g. *RFACT etc.

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Volume 2 Chapter 1 Build Menu DEFINE-STRUCTURE.