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 ======PanelingTools Commands====== ======PanelingTools Commands======
  
-> **Summary:​** //Command descriptions of [[labs:​panelingtools|PanelingTools]] ​Plug-in for Rhino 4.0//+> **Summary:​** //Command descriptions of [[labs:​panelingtools|PanelingTools]] ​plug-in for Rhino 4.0//
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-Panels are repeated patterns on surfaces, polysurfaces or a grid of points. ​ [[labs:​panelingtools|PanelingTools]] offers two ways to create panels. ​ The first is to use an ordered paneling grid of points (ordered by row and column) and the second is by objects ([[rhino:​nurbs|NURBS]] surface or polysurface). Panels are added in the form of edges, faces borders, face patches, flat faces, and a mesh. All panels are serialized.+Panels are repeated patterns on surfaces, polysurfacesor a grid of points. ​ [[labs:​panelingtools|PanelingTools]] offers two ways to create panels. ​ The first is to use an ordered paneling grid of points (ordered by row and column) and the second is by objects ([[rhino:​nurbs|NURBS]] surface or polysurface). Panels are added in the form of edges, faces borders, face patches, flat faces, and a mesh. All panels are serialized.
  
  
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