The Weld Command

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The Weld Command


The Weld command creates a single curve from 2 or more components. The components may overlap, sit next to each other or be some distance apart.

You are given the option to leave the original

Source object and/or Target object. Checking these tick-boxes will create duplicate originals. This is useful for advanced users with good planning skills and enables better productivity. It is advised that you leave these tick-boxes unchecked until you are fluent with using the Shaping tools. The Source Object is the object you originally select to weld or trim. The Target Object is the object you subsequently act upon. It is important to understand that using these tools will affect the properties of the objects you are working with. The source object will take on the properties of the target object. The best way to understand how these tools are used is by example.

Draw a rectangle. Now draw a second rectangle that overlaps the first. Apply a colour fill to the second rectangle. With the second rectangle selected, click Weld and with the arrow cursor that appears click on the first rectangle. You will find the two rectangles have combined into a single object without a fill.

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Try this again, this time selecting the first object and welding this to the second. You will achieve the same shape but this time the new object has a fill.

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Author: Tayyab Sabir

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