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How to Create a Circular Hole in a Mesh

By Luciano Iurino
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Date Added: 9th December 2009
Software used:
3ds Max

Introduction

This tutorial shows how a perfectly circular hole can be cut into a mesh using the Editable Poly tools alone. It demonstrates a quick, clean and effective way of creating holes that avoids the often messy results caused by Boolean operations.

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Duration: 3minutes 58seconds - File Size: 12 mb



 
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(ID: 131585, pid: 0) Ignas on Mon, 09 July 2012 11:38am
Very sad, but its suitable only for planes (planar surfaces) with ideal rectangle faces. If You have complex organic poly 3D object(not plane) to cut through round hole you still need bolleans :(
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(ID: 70778, pid: 0) Alberto on Wed, 14 December 2011 5:09pm
simple and easy .. thanks very much.
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