Is there a simple way to make a region or new object in order to change the material properties at the intersection of two or more objects? For example:
I have read a little about using the Boolean tool for Union, Intersection, and Difference between two objects, but when applied, it does not create a new region or object. It destroys part of the objects that are present and replaces it with the union, or whichever is chosen. In addition, if the intersection is chosen, the resulting object is not the type of intersection shown below. The intersection given would be the plane with the bottom part of the cone sticking down for some reason. Is there a better way to achieve the question above?