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    Default Vertical Sweeps?

    Is there such a thing? I've created a corrugated metal panel wall and would like to add a j-mold (frame) around it. I can add sweeps to the top and base but how would you apply the sides?
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    Default Re: Vertical Sweeps?

    Select the 'Vertical' button.

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    Stupid question / stupid answer...and it worked. I was trying to add the sweep in the structure of the wall (where you can select either the 'top' or 'bottom' of the wall). I hadn't tried to apply the sweep using the HOST SWEEP command under MODELLING, which offers horizontal and veritcal options. Thanks!

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    Default Re: Vertical Sweeps?

    How did you create the vertical metal wall panel?

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