The loft feature in 123D Design basically allows you to create unique and new object types by connecting (‘lofting’) between two or more profile sketches. Here’s a great tutorial from Autodesk that uses the lofting feature to create a motorcycle tailpipe by lofting between two or more circle sketches.
This is a tutorial for using the ‘loft’ feature in Autodesk123D to make custom armour sections. You can join my Facebook page.
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