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Example: Intersecting two parts
In this example you will intersect part 1 with part 2. Shown below are the two parts and the resulting part:
To intersect the two parts:
1. Click Modeling and then, in the Model group, click the arrow next toBoolean.
2. Click Intersect. The Intersect dialog box opens.
3. Click Blanks and click part 2.
4. Specify the tool part:
a. Click Tools.
b. Click part 1.
5. Click Keep Tool off, so only your resulting part will remain.
6. Click to complete the operation. Creo Elements/Direct Modeling intersects the two parts and names the resulting part 2.