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FACETIZE(nged)		     BRL-CAD User Commands		FACETIZE(nged)

NAME
       facetize	- Creates new_object as	a BOT shape by tessellating all	the
       primitive shapes	in old_object and then performing any Boolean
       operations specified in old_object.

SYNOPSIS
       facetize	[[-n] |	[-t] | [-T]] [[-P] | [#]] {new_object old_object}

DESCRIPTION
       Creates new_object as a BOT shape by tessellating all the primitive
       shapes in old_object and	then performing	any Boolean operations
       specified in old_object.	The -T option indicates	that all faces in the
       new_object should be triangulated. The -n option	specifies that the
       resulting shape should be saved as an NMG shape.	The -t option is to
       create TNURB faces rather than planar approximations (this option is
       still under development). The -P	option is intended to allow the	user
       to specify the number of	CPUs to	use for	this command, but it is
       currently ignored.

EXAMPLES
       The example shows the use of the	facetize command to create a facetized
       BOT version of an existing object (old_object) and renaming that
       facetized object( new_object).

       Example 1. Create a facetized BOT version of an existing	object.

       mged> facetize region1.nmg region1.r
	   Creates a facetized BOT version of existing object region1.r.

AUTHOR
       BRL-CAD Team

BUG REPORTS
       Reports of bugs or problems should be submitted via electronic mail to
       <devs@brlcad.org>, or via the "cadbug.sh" script.

BRL-CAD				  07/08/2017			FACETIZE(nged)

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