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probably a super nooby question, but is there any quick way to remove these intersections? This was made in C4D with 3 rectangles under an array effect, I just want to know if it's possible to make it one object without intersecting.
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here's a bigger picture
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yeah model it instead of it being 3 pieces. also if you have a bevel that would be whats fucking it up
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there are several ways you can go about doing it.

1. model it from one single primitive
2. make editable the object and connect all
3. boole it to make a single object
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you could make a cylinder and cut those parts manually.
topdown shot of this object could help as reference
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I don't use C4D but you could probably just make a mesh that looks like this image. It's simple enough of a shape.



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