Message - Re: Subtracting or Trimming volumes?

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Posted by  CJ Shumate on December 30, 1998 at 13:18:46:

In Reply to:  Subtracting or Trimming volumes? posted by Tony Darsinos on December 28, 1998 at 21:01:38:

Hello Tony,

The best way to accomplish this is to select the non-orthagonal block and group it with itself using the Arrange menu, Group command. Now that it is a group, you will be able to trim the block orthagonally, even though it is a non-orthagonal object.

Select the Trim tool and simply cut off the corner of the non-orthagonal grouped block that is projecting into the orthagonal block. You can then select the leftover triangular piece and delete it.

Please let us know whenever you have further questions.


CJ Shumate

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