Nige - i believe you only selected the outer tube surface , i got the same result as you. My original reply ( on the page you posted in) showed you the Box selection Filter of Auto / Visable / Through and the result of choosing 'Through'.
Another extremely useful way to select the inner surface / line or actually anything hidden by other entities is to place the mouse curser over the area of interest , hold down Ctrl key and roll MMB ( wheel), this cycles through all the entities in the vicinity. With Ctrl held, selecting will add those to a selection list shown across the bottom info bar - note this as you go AND also keep an eye on the structure browser as any selected entity owners are highlighted as you pick ( use a double check you're choosing the right bits !)
The below in addition to the above, this time with actual move operation to the inner and outer tube faces.
Hi Tim, The problem with your method is that it makes the circular tube into an oval. As can be seen on the top and bottom of the tube. However, this may be a design intent.
Hi Jacant - it's been a while... hope all is well your end of this place.
Umm, how can i put this...i think selecting and rotating the only cylinder can merely rotate the cylinder, sure the end faces if mantaining their horizontal must not be circular any more, but the cylinder must remain circular.
Reckon were at cross purposes... cylinder at R5 pre and post revolve.
I didn't have my brain in gear on that one. I think was confused by the original question.
"... Each time I try to pull the top face of the tube..."
As clear as mud some of the questions...but has to be expected.
Nige hasn't replied - i wonder if we actually helped.
He did reply at 12:03 today.
Yes, i see.
but i still wonder...nonetheless it's more infor for another to peruse if interested - i think it's easier to ask than to troll through all the other similar questions and replys.
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