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Blender 3D Printing by Example by Vicky Somma

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Creating new faces

Our cylinder is now just a shell, not a complete 3D object. To turn it back into a workable 3D mesh, we'll need to create three new faces: two half-circle shaped faces to make up the bottom and top, and then a rectangle-shaped face to close up the object and make it whole:

The three new faces we will need to create to complete our half cylinder

Making the new faces will give you more practice of using the Shift and Ctrl keys to select vertices. The steps are as follows:

  1. Top half circle face: Right-click to select the vertex at the highest point of the top half circle. Ctrl + right-click on the lowest point of that top half ...

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