Editing / Boolean Operations
The functions for editing 3D constructions are found in the toolbar of the same name, and in the context menus when a 3D construction is selected.
Both options differ somewhat in their usage. For instance, if the ‘Difference’ function is selected over the toolbar, two operands must be specified using the mouse. When the cursor is positioned over the 3D construction it becomes transparent. Here the process from left to right; the first operand is the cylinder, the second operand the cube, and the result is that the cube is subtracted from the cylinder (the material was changed subsequently).
Alternatively, the ‘Difference’ function can be activated over the context menu; first select the cylinder to set it as the first operand, and then select the cube.
Merge / Union
Trimming at a Plane