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How do I add Thickness to a cone in Cinema 4d keeping the pointy end, Extrude or Cloth surface result in to the screenshot
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Import the model to Blender and add a Solidify modifier.
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Import the model to Fusion 360 and use a Thicken operation.
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Jump on a bike without a saddle
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>>641636
Try setting the maximum angle to 100 degrees in the extrude tool. If that doesn't work then try this.

Select one of the points on the outer loop and zero out the X and Z coords.
Then select all the points on the top outer loop then use the weld tool (w+q) I think
Then weld them all to the point you just moved.
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>>641636

Duplicate cone, shift duplicate down a smidge, connect object/delete, then auto-bridge the gap. Done. If it takes you longer than fifteen seconds, you've made a mistake on a step.
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uninstall c4d and quit /3/





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