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I'm new to Blender and got the following problem.

As stated in multiple threads on this board the functionality of the boolean difference misbehaves. I want to reach the following result: Instead I get this:

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I also checked and tried the solutions as described in these threads.

(Using difference modifier on two objects doesn't always work)

(Boolean difference modifier merges two object)

But none of these worked as I always get "Removed 0 Vertices" when I use the command "Remove Doubles".

Right now I am using the v2.79 of Blender. Also the file for this car is uploaded here.

I would really appreciate if someone could help me out on that. Maybe some other people have the same issue...

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    $\begingroup$ Recalculate normals on both objects and use the Carve solver. $\endgroup$ Nov 1, 2017 at 21:50

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Select the car boy and add boolean modifier

Select the wheel as object

In the operation select intersect & change from BMesh to Carver

Apply the modifier

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Apperently the following approach is also working. Thanks to Jerrynos answer I tried another approach.

Instead of taking the boolean modifier onto the car, I took the joined Cylinders and filled in the settings for the modifier as following:

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