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|Meshes → Merge|
|Introduced in version|
The Mesh Merge command creates a new non-parametric mesh object, a Mesh Feature, by combining the meshes of two or more mesh objects. The command does not perform a Boolean union, the new object will contain separate mesh components. For a Boolean union use the Mesh Union command instead. This command is the counterpart of the Mesh SplitComponents command.
- Select two or more mesh objects.
- There are several ways to invoke the command:
- Press the Mesh Merge button.
- Select the Meshes → Merge option from the menu.
See: Mesh Feature.
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