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Plinth splitted at overpassing upright

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Yes surface split can be a good solution.

Each part can only cut one other.

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Now using the measuring tool in cabinet mode it's become very easy.

All the best, Alexandre

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I'm wondering if there is a way to split a plinth, when an upright overpasses it,  with a setting in the "Division" sub-method.

Tried many different settings in the "Through" tab, unsuccessfully. 

Any idea on how to achieve this target without the use of plinth How2Split_plinth.pngImage Enlarger

"surface split"?

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