How to add thickness to the model of a surfaces in AutoCAD.

I am trying to add some thickness to my surface model (Stabilizer Cover) in AutoCAD. But unfortunately I got failed. So please guide me and help me to finish my modeling.

For .dwg file please share your email id with me so that I can attach the file.

Thanks in advance

Chirag Agrawal

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Hoi Chirag,

what does autocad tell you in the command bar.

This is an example from the commandbar.
Command: _Thicken
Select surfaces to thicken: 1 found
Select surfaces to thicken:
Specify thickness <0.0000>: 25

you can attach your dwg file when you answer me.
If you do so, everybody from Grabcad can help you.

Greetings,

Danny

 
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Thanks for your valuable reply. After number of tries and your advice to focus on command bar now i succeed to give the thickness but there is one problem which i can't describe in words.
Please have a look on 2d layout drawing. There is some irregularities.

 
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Hoi Chirag,

What is a little bit strange for me:

You have in model space some solids, and regions,
and in paper space you have a assembly.

So I think the views are not updated.
The model does not match with the views in paperspace.

Please attach the correct drawing, where model space matches paperspace.

See attached file.

Greetings,

Danny

 
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