I’ll ask simple, then explain why I need it. Here’s the idea – There are 2 squares and rectangles next to them (image below).
The height is 1.795 and their combined width is 5.795. If we add spacing between each element the dimensions for the height and width will be preserved (image below).
Also, the space between the squares is the same length as the space between each rectangle. Now, the snapping tool works well for preserving the main dimensions (shown in orange), but how can I make the spacing the same length between each element? Yeah, I can bevel them, but the squares are supposed to be identical as well as the rectangles. I need this for creating kitchen cabinets where the main dimensions are already defined. This is sort of a practice where I’ll get serious later on and make some money. There’s no overlapping edges in real life and I believe this is an essential feature for architectural visualization, such as: Desks, Cabinets, Objects next to\on top of each other etc. Is there a way to make this in blender? Any workaround will be appreciated :).