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Default Making a "body" from a sketched line
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Dear experts,

Assume I design a (two-dimensional) channel, and make a rectangle for the channel itself. I then go to "CONCEPT" and then "SURFACES FROM SKETCH" in order to creat a meshable body (i.e.- an object I can mesh) from the rectangle.

The problem is as follows:
I have a sketched line segment that I want to define as a "wall". Unfortunately, all my attempts to creat a meshable object from this line failed, and it seems like the only option I have is to define this wall by using a rectangle with very small width.

Is there any option to create a meshable object from a sketched line ?

Thanks in advance !
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