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|Meshes → Boolean → Intersection|
|Introduced in version|
|Mesh Union, Mesh Difference|
The Mesh Intersection command creates a new non-parametric mesh object, a Mesh Feature, that is the intersection (common) of two mesh objects.
OpenSCAD must be installed to use this command, and the path to its executable must be set in the OpenSCAD preferences.
On the left two mesh objects, on the right the mesh object that is the intersection of those objects
- Select two mesh objects that partially overlap.
- There are several ways to invoke the command:
- Press the Mesh Intersection button.
- Select the Meshes → Boolean → Intersection option from the menu.
See: Mesh Feature.
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