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How to find the volume of a 3D object in 3ds max?

A - answer To display a volume of a 3D body (model) in 3dsmax or VIZ use the following steps:
  1. On the function pane go to the Utilities tab (hammer icon)
  2. Click the Measure button
  3. The value Volume represents the 3D volume expressed in current units
3dsmaxVIZ
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7.3.2006    20742×  
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applies to: 3ds Max · VIZ ·

See also:
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