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Get an introduction to the Patch tool commands in Fusion 360 and learn how to patch surfaces based on a sketch, or an open T-Spline body.


Use Patch to reference surface geometry for modeling tasks, or to patch up openings to make bodies solid. Learn why, how, when to use the Patch tools within your design workflows.

  • Introduction to Patch

How to's

These videos demonstrate how to use Stitch, Thicken, Patch Extrude and Boundary Fill to create solid or new bodies from sketch geometry, T-Spline body or the Patch command features.

  • Create a solid body with, Stitch, and Thicken

  • Create a new body with Patch Extrude and Boundary Fill