You can use a variety of tools to model a part, a runner system, or a cooling system.
The following section describes different ways of selecting, deselecting, and saving model entities.
This group of tools is used to select and group specific entities to make modeling easier.
Modeling nodes are a type of modeling entity that are used to define a coordinate position in space. For example, nodes are used to identify the end points of a curve, or to model runner systems.
A curve is a geometric line on your model. Curves can be straight lines between two points, or arcs comprising three or more points. Along with nodes and regions, curves are the building blocks of a model.
A region is an area or group of adjacent entities. Regions may include both planar and non-planar surfaces.
The Move/Copy tools help you manipulate selected entities, or the entire model, around a specific coordinate system. These tools are useful for creating multi-cavity or family parts.