## How do you calculate 3D volume?

Calculating the volume of your 3D model

- Determine the number of copies you would like of each file.
- Find the total volume of your job by adding the volume of every copy of every part you wish to print.
- Determine the printer/mode you would like to use for your job.
- Multiply the rate for the printer by your total volume.

## Which AutoCAD Command will determine precisely the volume of a complex 3D solid part?

Answer: B: MASSPROP command is used to determine the precise volume of a complex (or simple) 3D Solid part.

## How do you find the volume of a surface in Civil 3D?

On the Analyze tab, in the Volume and Materials panel, select Volumes Dashboard to open the Volumes Dashboard. Note that there are currently no volume surfaces in the drawing. Click the Create new volume surface button to open the Create Surface dialog box.

## What is the formula of volume?

Let’s learn!

Geometric Shape Name: | Volume Formula: |
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Cube | Volume = a³ , where a is length of each side. |

Rectangular Prism | Volume = l × w × h , where l is length, w is width and h is height. |

Sphere | Volume = 4/3 πr³ , where r is the radius. |

Cylinder | Volume = πr²h , where r is the radius and h is the height. |

## What 3D AutoCAD command would you use to determine if two parts of 3D solid will fit together without any interference?

What type of AutoCAD object do you now have officially?

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Q. | To determine if two parts (3D Solids) will fit together without any interference, what 3D AutoCAD command would you use? |
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B. | UNION |

C. | SUBTRACT |

D. | INTERFERE |

## Which AutoCAD Command will determine precisely?

What type of AutoCAD object do you now have officially?

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Q. | Which AutoCAD command will determine precisely the volume of a complex (or simple) 3D Solid part? |
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C. | VOLUME |

D. | PART |

Answer» b. MASSPROP |

## How do I view 3D models in AutoCAD LT?

3D models can be opened in AutoCAD LT. However, 3D view and navigation tools are not available.

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You can also display standard views for 3D models using the following command inputs:

- Isometric view: -VPOINT 1,-1,1.
- Top view: -VPOINT 0,0,1 or PLAN.
- Front view: -VPOINT 0,-1,0.
- Right side view: 1,0,0.

## How do you calculate volume difference?

Volume Difference = Cut After – Cut Before. Volume Difference has positive value: material was added. Fill volumes have negative value. Fill volumes have negative value.