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I've been learning Blender by myself doing different projects. But I have still problem to connect two meshes together. For example I have "L" shape done by connecting "I" and "_" meshes. And I try put them very close together but sometimes it's more or less perfect. Is there any method to connect it? I know there is magnet tool but it seems to do everything it want and not what I want.
I created a simple align file to show what I mean.
Hi, I know this might sound like a very dumb question, but:
I'm started Blender since several years ago, but never got above a very basic usage; I started designing stuff for second life (which had a very specific rules for meshes (or sculpties, back than), so its no much use for 3d-printing.
Since then I watched a bunch of tutorials but did'nt find anything that really suited my needs... I'm not very talented in creating any "organic" stuff, I'm more the practicanl oriented person with a preference for exact dimensions.
On the other hand, I can't get warm with any of the CAD-Softwares around so I'd really like to use blender as a tool, cuz I'm already kinda famliar with it: I created some basic parts for daily use already, or remixed things to fit my needs (most of it is too niche, or it doesn't have the quality i'd like, to post it here)
So I'm hoping you could give me any advice for anyday object I could design, as an exercise, which might be of acutal use - I know this is a very specific question which is hard to answer, not knowing my special circumstances - But I'm asking more for a brain storm than a real answer - Maybe some one can help me?
Thanks in advance!
I've spent possibly a month trying to find any search result related to getting the button placements and measurements of a google pixel. anyone know a website that will tell me the measurements of the buttons? I need this so I will know where to place the holes in a phone case, and I don't want to just guess, because that can waste filament.