If you sketch a closed shape in uMake, by default, it will be auto-surfaced. This video shows you what this means, how it works, and how you can turn this function on or off.

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 uMake has the ability to automatically generate
 surfaces between a connected closed group
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 of curves that are on the same plane.
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 We call this ‘Auto-Surfacing’ and it is
 on by default when you first start using uMake.
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 You can toggle this option on or off from
 the settings menu located in the side panel.
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 To use Auto surfacing, simply draw a flat,
 closed shape.
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 As long as all the edge curves are on the
 same plane, uMake will generate a surface.
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 Try drawing some closed shapes to get a feel
 for how auto surfacing functions.

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