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Breaking an Object:

  • Select the Home tab. Make changes to the panel Break. Find.
  • Break the object you want. The initial break point is the point when you choose the object by default.
  • The second break point should be specified. Enter @0,0 to specify the preceding point to break an object without leaving a gap.

Joining Objects:

  • Select the Drafting tab > Modify panel > Join from the drop-down menu.
  • To connect multiple things together, select a source object or multiple objects.
  • Lines, arcs, elliptical arcs, polylines, 3D polylines, and splines are all valid objects.

Click the Split tool in the Solid Editing panel on the Home ribbon to separate disconnected volumes into distinct objects. You are prompted to choose a 3D solid by the application. To choose the solid, click it. The application divides the fractured volumes into discrete objects right away.

Splits the selected object into two parts. You can split an item into two by creating a gap between two defined points. If the pointers are not on an object, they are projected onto it automatically.

In AutoCAD, the Unite command is used to join the objects end to end to form a single entity. Depending on the requirements, the objects might be curved or straight. It creates a single 2D or 3D object by combining a succession of linear and curved objects.

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