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I have created two meshes as separate objects and I want to create a face joining them. However, since they are two different objects, I can not edit them to add the face.

Is it possible to join them into one mesh?


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  • $\begingroup$ This question is better than the one which it's a duplicate of. Any way to reverse the "Duplicate" process? $\endgroup$ – Keavon Apr 24 '14 at 23:44

How to join two meshes with the Join command

It is very easy to join two meshes together using the Join (CTRLJ) command so that you can add a face between them.

Here is how you do it: Select both meshes at the same time, then press CTRLJ:

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Now both meshes are one object and in Edit mode, you can add a face between them.


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