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Hello people of /3/ .
I have a lot of extra vertexes to weld, but I'll spend an entire day welding them manually with the target weld. Do you know another command to weld them faster?

Pic taken from the internet
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>>541033
>vertexes
kek
select all vertices and press collapse. they will merge into one vertex at the average center position
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>>541034
yeah but if I want to weld them with the nearest vertex?
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>>541035
don't select that vertex, then select the all collapsed vertex to that nearest one you wanna weld to
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>>541037
hm..I'm going to try it now thanks anon
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>>541037
Anon ,Maya says that I can collpase only edges and faces
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>>541039
Then fortunately for you that you're using 3dsmax
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>>541040
I said that the pic was taken from the net lol
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>>541041
u should have used a maya pic then, its misleading.
dunno how you do it in Maya
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>>541044
lol sorry anon, thanks for the help!
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>>541033
That Weld button has a threshold. Play with that.
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this is why blender is superior to all other programs for modeling. this is so simple



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