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I've elongated a cube and copied it twice. I've then manipulated those two copies to look like the two non-vertical parts of the K, partially intersecting the vertical part. I then tried using booleans to merge the geometries into a single object.

However, when I try unioning two objects, one disappears. I've looked and it seems to be because of the duplicated geometry (the fact that I copy and pasted it?), but I can't really help it here, and remove duplicates removes 0 vertices.

How do I properly merge three objects that are transformed copies of one another?

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  1. Add a cube and Z upscale it;
  2. Copy it with Shift+D;
  3. Move the copy +1 grid step along X axis and shear it;
  4. Combine the two cubes;
  5. Use mirror modifier.
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