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      Joseph Whitaker
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      I have suceeded in creating two objects.  One is a torus of specific dimensions.  The second is a cube, larger than the torus.

      I have been able to locate the cube so that exactly half of the torus the obscured.  Now I want to erase the cube along with the hidden half of the torus leaving half of the torus.  I cannot discover how to do this.  Can anyone help?  In addition, if there is a simpler, quicker way to finally end up with only one quarter if the torus remaining I’d be delighted to learn it!  Thanks…Joe W…

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      Joseph Whitaker
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      alauzvezda
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      👋привеет. мне не удается форматировать файл из видео-урока в блендер. возможно кто нибудь из вас с этим уже сталкивался. помогите пожалуйста, буду признателен.

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      alauzvezda
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      👋Hello. I can’t format a file from a video tutorial into a blender. perhaps some of you have already encountered this. please help, I will be grateful.

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      Ralph Crown
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      This is a very late reply, but maybe it will help others.

      An easy way to remove part of an object is to use the Boolean modifier. Juxtapose another, active object with it so that they overlap in the space you want to subtract. Apply the modifier. The overlap space in the target object should disappear. There’s a good tutorial here. Be careful, it’s kind of unpredictable and can crash Blender.

      As for beveling an edge, here’s a page that probably has more information than you want. You can use the tool directly or apply a modifier, which is more complicated but gives you more control. The setting for width is displayed when you change the Amount Type from Offset to Width. It’s not “hidden” so much as buried in a giant pile of options.

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