Object blending modes: boolean operations

Continuing with the dynamics of obtaining complex objects from simple objects, we are going to see below the fusion modes between objects, also known as "boolean" operations.

 

These operations appear in the top menu "Route" and allow to carry out:

 

Union: add the two bodies and take the styles from the one below.

  

 

Difference: The upper body removes its own shape from the lower one and, at the same time, disappears.

  

 

Intersection: only what the two bodies have in common remains.

   

 

Exclusion: what they do not share remains.

   

 

Division: the upper body cuts to the lower but the "bite" does not disappear, but becomes a new shape that can then be separated.

     

 

Cut path: the upper body cuts the lower body as if it were scissors and leaves two lines open.

     

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