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Unifying 3D Solids or Regions

The Union command creates a composite region or solid by addition.

To unify regions or 3D solids to one object:

  1. Click Solids > Solid Editing > Union (or type Union).
  2. Select the regions or 3D solids to join to one object and press Enter.
  3. To unify the selected objects, they must touch each other or overlap.
  4. Based on this selection set the new object is created. The source objects are deleted.

Access

Command: Union

Menu: Solids > Solid Editing > Union

Related Topics

Intersect

Subtract

Parent Topic

Modifying Solids



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