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How to scale CAD objects vertically only?

A - answer The easiest way of a Z-axis scaling is to copy the 3D objects to clipboard (Ctrl+C) a paste/insert them back as a block (PASTEBLOCK). Then change the Z-scale property of the pasted block using the Properties palette (Ctrl+1).

See an example of a sphere+cube scaled in Z:

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16.12.2013    4839x  
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See also:
Tip 9793:How to change the "Scale uniformly" flag for all blocks?
Tip 9644:How can I mirror my drawing without mirroring the blocks (symbols)?
Tip 9331:What is contextual field and why it is not updated in a block?
Tip 9302:How to change elevation units in a map or GIS source?
Tip 9299:What is the xref status "Unreferenced"?

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