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I want to create loop cuts in a direction that Blender does not allow me to. As far as I know. Anyone have a solution how to create the loop cuts as shown in the image attached.enter image description here

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    $\begingroup$ Have you tried using the knife or knife project tool? $\endgroup$ – Robert Gützkow Jan 4 at 10:48
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I would suggest to use Knife Project for this task. Please be aware that this approach doesn't give you a clean topology.

You will need to add another object that is used to add the cuts. In your case I would use a Circle (Add > Circle in object mode). Select the Circle first and then the object you would like to apply the knife project on. Position your viewport perspective so that the Circle is placed where you'd want the cuts in the target mesh to be. Switch to edit mode (Tab), open the operator search (F3 or Edit > Operator Search), find the Knife Project operator and execute it.

The two objects

Knife project

The result

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    $\begingroup$ .. and you can project a lattice, or concentric loops, etc, etc, by using a suitable object, with its faces deleted, as a cutter. $\endgroup$ – Robin Betts Jan 4 at 11:28

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