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How to find volume of a 3D solid in AutoCAD?

A - answer Use the MASSPROP command - it will list the volume (and other characteristics) of the selected 3D solids (ACIS bodies).

You can also use the following LISP routine (thanks to MikD):

(defun c:vol ()
    (strcat "Volume is "
	    (rtos (/ (vlax-get-property
		       (vlax-ename->vla-object (car (entsel)))
		     1000000000.0 ;mm->m3
		  2 ;decimal places
	    " m3"
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See also:
Tip 11054:Difference volume (3D solid) between two TIN surfaces (sets of coordinates)
Tip 9952:iLogic rule - check whether iProperties are overridden.
Tip 9659:iLogic: adjusting model parameters to match model volume or mass
Tip 8718:How to show COG of subassemblies in an Inventor drawing?
Tip 8271:Always print Inventor drawings with updated Mass values.

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