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I am trying to recreate this wall with somewhat complicated indentations. I figured out the math and it's 8.75m wide, and it has 17 diviosions horizontally. I made a 17x5 grid of the "empty" that would be needed to be "removed" from the wall, to go from a parallelepiped to the wall full of holes. However, I'm not sure how to actually make the cut. I tried boolean substraction, but I can't seem to get it to work, it looks like it can only be done on two objects at once, but I'm not sure how to join them all. I assume boolean addition might work one by one, but there must be a faster way [[1]

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  • $\begingroup$ Did you try joining all the geometry you want to cut (CTRL+J) and apply the boolean, then separate them again? $\endgroup$ Oct 3, 2019 at 7:00

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After you've created all the objects you want to "remove" from the wall, Join them. (Control + J in Blender 2.79). Then you only have two objects, and you can do the Boolean subtraction operation.

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