## Sweep representations of two-dimensional area, Mechanical Engineering

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Sweep Representations

The simplest form of sweep is that produced by sweeping a two-dimensional area along an axis perpendicular to its plane. This form of sweep is most useful in representing objects which are extruded with constant cross section or for objects which are machined to a given profile.

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