Rotationally sweep a geometry part, containing only edges and faces (not solids or closed regions), around an axis through a specified angle.

The spin operation applied to lines produces faces and to faces produces volumes. For surface bodies, the body must have a single boundary which does not close on itself and no edge may be attached to more than two faces.
Note: The spin operation is applied separately to each of the selected geometry parts.

Figure 1. Spinning a curve results in a surface.

Figure 2. Spinning a surface results in a solid.