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Shaping Basics
 
 

We will start with the shaping where we can weld, trim, intersect and do lot more things with the selected objects. Let us understand the basic principle of weld, trim and intersect.

1. You always need two objects for weld, trim and intersect.

corel draw shaping basics

2. Better to overlap them first before you work with weld, trim and intersect.

corel draw shaping basics

3. When you overlap two objects and go for weld command, the overlapped part of the objects is melted and the two objects are turned into one single object.

corel draw shaping basics

4. If you overlap two objects and try trim command, the overlapped part of the first object will cut or trim the part of the second object.

corel draw shaping basics

5. If you overlap two objects and try intersect command, the overlapped or the intersected part will be available separately.

corel draw shaping basics

6. There are different ways to work with shaping commands. Shaping can be useful to create irregular shapes.

 
 
 
 
 
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