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I know that I can select and then join 2 verts with Alt+M.

I want to know if there is an easy way to connect a large number of points in pairs or I have to select each pair separately and press the Alt+M?


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I think it is better to explain my questions with a picture :)

I want to go from the model on the right to the model on the left. Well now I know this is possible by selecting any point on the top plane and connecting it to the bottom plane using the Alt+M keys.

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But when the number of these points increases, it becomes difficult. I wanted to know if there is a way to do this automatically?

I tried one of the methods mentioned in the comments. Use the F key to generate the FACE. This method works but there is a problem. It does not create Edges between the points and when you want to subdivide the shape, it gets in trouble.

As you can see in next picture:

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    $\begingroup$ but connected how? in a face or separate row of loose vertices? if they are loose try selecting all of them and press f, and then select the face and press x and select only faces....if you want a "path" of vertices of the face, use knife cut for messy topology (ngons) and for quad topology select 2 or more vertices and use the j to create a path... $\endgroup$ – Michael Ben David Nov 22 at 7:57
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    $\begingroup$ Hi @MichaelBenDavid :) thanks for your comment; I will test this solution :) $\endgroup$ – Shamshirsaz.Navid Nov 22 at 8:09
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    $\begingroup$ It would help to have an illustration / toy example of what you mean by 'pairs'. $\endgroup$ – Robin Betts Nov 22 at 8:26
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    $\begingroup$ @RobinBetts Hi :) i updated my answer $\endgroup$ – Shamshirsaz.Navid Nov 22 at 8:35
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    $\begingroup$ @MichaelBenDavid I did not understand how to use "j" to generate "path" but i tested the "F" key solution :) It works; But in the case of subdivision, it kind of falls apart. $\endgroup$ – Shamshirsaz.Navid Nov 22 at 8:41
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This looks like CtrlE Edge Menu > Bridge Edge Loops, 'Blend Surface', with one cut.

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If this is not exactly what you're after, have a play with the other settings (e.g. 'Merge') to get the sense of them.

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    $\begingroup$ Thank you so much; Works great :) $\endgroup$ – Shamshirsaz.Navid Nov 22 at 8:56
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    $\begingroup$ Khahesh mikonam $\endgroup$ – Robin Betts Nov 22 at 10:30

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