SOLIDWORKS’ Powerful Boolean Tool – The Intersect Command | Tech Tip Tuesday

It’s time for another Tech Tip Tuesday! In today’s tip, the SOLIDWORKS Training Team talks about the Intersect command, one of the Boolean operations tools in SOLIDWORKS.


SOLIDWORKS provides several Boolean operation tools, but the Intersect command’s options make it versatile due to its ability to incorporate solids, surfaces, and planes.

Discover how to use the Intersect command to cut a solid body with a surface body and split a solid with a plane.

Finally, combine a cut and a split in a single Intersect feature.

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