|Part → Section
|Introduced in version
Extracts a section from the intersection of two selected shapes, the second one being used as a section plane. This operation is fully parametric and the components can be modified and the result recomputed.
In this example, a cube is sectioned with a cylinder:
- Base: base object, the Box
- Tool: Section tool, the cylinder
- Select the base object
- Select the Section tool
- Click on Part → Section from the top menu.
To create sections with a section plane see Cross-sections.
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