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Add Joint Surface

You can assign Joints on any plane / surface. In order to be able to apply the joint surface:

  1. Select a Surface entity from the visibility tree or Face(s) from the model.
  2. Select Joints > Add Joint Surface.
  3. The Add Joint Surface dialog appears.
  4. Add Joint Surface dialog

  5. Select the Joint Property to assign to the Joint Surface.
  6. Click the Edit (pencil) button to bring up the Define Joint Properties dialog.
  7. Click OK to create the Joint Surface entity.
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