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I'd like to add a loop cut but have it be at an angle. I'm used to houdini, so the best comparison I can make for this is to use a clip node in houdini and just rotate the plane to the angle I want. As far as I can tell in blender you can only add a loop on a specific axis. Is there a way to have it rotated?

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    $\begingroup$ Hi :). Knife Project with a simple plane might be what you're looking for. You can rotate the plane to any angle and then "project it" onto geometry to make a loopcut $\endgroup$ May 9, 2022 at 19:04
  • $\begingroup$ Or you can use a the Shear tool on a loop cut. $\endgroup$
    – FFeller
    May 9, 2022 at 20:06

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The closest equivalent in Blender is the Bisect tool, which can be activated from the T toolbar, or simply by LMB dragging a line across selected mesh elements.

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Here, the tool has been set to remove the geometry of the backfacing side of the clipping plane. As you can see, there are options, including simply cutting a planar cross-sectional edge-loop. You can rotate the clipping plane about View Z by dragging on the gizmo's circle, or numerically, by setting the plane's normal vector.

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