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Old   September 7, 2016, 09:20
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I have a cylinder with multitude of very small cylinders protruding radially out of the cylinders wall (See figure). I want to select all the small cylinders' top surface in one go. Is that possible?

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Old   September 7, 2016, 21:15
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try to change axis and see if you can select all small from one side.
Otherwise its not possible unless you create script for it.
I wouldnt personally create script for such small thing!
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multible, namedselection, select, surface

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