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(The tooltip of the command mentions the Part_Compounds can be selected. Added this to the "Usage" paragraph.)
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# Select two or more objects.
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# Select two or more objects. It is also possible to select a [[Part_Compound|Part Compound]] containing two or more objects.
 
# There are several ways to invoke the command:
 
# There are several ways to invoke the command:
 
#* Select the {{MenuCommand|Part → Boolean → [[Image:Part_XOR.svg|16px]] Boolean XOR}} option from the menu.
 
#* Select the {{MenuCommand|Part → Boolean → [[Image:Part_XOR.svg|16px]] Boolean XOR}} option from the menu.

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Part XOR.svg Part XOR

Menu location
Part → Split → Boolean XOR
Workbenches
Part
Default shortcut
None
Introduced in version
0.17
See also
Part Boolean Fragments, Part Slice, Part Join features, Part Boolean

Description

The Part XOR.svg Part XOR command removes geometry shared by an even number of objects and leaves a void space between the involved objects. For two objects it represents a symmetric version of Part Cut.

Part XOR-01.png Button right.svg Part XOR-02.png

Three overlapping objects -> Result object

Usage

  1. Select two or more objects. It is also possible to select a Part Compound containing two or more objects.
  2. There are several ways to invoke the command:
    • Select the Part → Boolean → Part XOR.svg Boolean XOR option from the menu.
    • Press the Part XOR.svg Boolean XOR button.

Notes

  • Void spaces are hard to detect if the selected objects do not have co-planar faces. To verify the XOR result the Std ToggleClipPlane can then be used.

Properties

Scripting

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