Intersect

The intersect command generates one or more new volumes composed of the space that is shared by the volumes being intersected. There are two forms of the command. The first form is:

Intersect {Volume|[Body]} <range> [Keep] [Preview]

In this form, all volumes in the range will be intersected, and the resulting intersection volume(s) will contain all intersections of all input volumes. The original volumes will be deleted. The second form is:

Intersect {Volume|[Body]} <id> [With {Volume|[Body]} <range>] [Keep] [Preview]

In this form, the first volume is intersected with all volumes in the range specified using the with keyword. The original volume will be deleted and the other volumes updated with the intersection results.

The keep option results in the original volumes used in the intersect being kept.

If the Preview option is included in the command, the input volumes will not be modified. The computed intersection volume will be drawn as a red, shaded solid. For best results change the graphics mode to transparent or hidden line so the intersection is visible. Otherwise the intersection volume will be hidden by the volumes being intersected.