Surfaces are a type of geometry with zero thickness. To create surfaces, you use many of the same
methods used to create solids, such as extrudes, revolves, and sweeps. Surfaces also use other functions
or features such as trim, untrim, extend, and knit.
Surfaces have advantages over solids. They are more flexible than solids because you do not have to
define the boundaries between the surfaces until the final steps of the design. This flexibility helps
product designers work with smooth, extended curves such as those used in automobile fenders or
This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?