How to separate parts?

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ArTrailfanRaf214
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How to separate parts?

#1 Post by ArTrailfanRaf214 » 20 May 2020 06:54

Hi,i have a problem,if i use Blender 2.82 and import my obj my parts are joined and i cannot separate them and all videos on blender 2.82 they were already separated but there isnt a part on it.If i use 2.79 they are correctly separated and i can use them correctly,however the problem is of no scs blender tools and mat errors in 2.79 so i have to use 2.8 if anyone knows how to separate my parts of haulin truck in 2.82 please notify as i am importing an obj converted from Zmodeler2 of an haulin truck
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Re: How to separate parts?

#2 Post by tinusman » 20 May 2020 11:17

Donn`t know if the `separate parts` in blender 2.8x does not work by pressing the <p> key, in 3d view and choose 1 of the 3 options that pop`s up.
But a way around is im-port your .obj in 2.79 --> separated it (I ques by material if possebly) or the way you used to do.
export the new .obj , for safety with a new name .
Import new .obj in 2.8x

Good luck.

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Re: How to separate parts?

#3 Post by Chief86 » 20 May 2020 12:51

When you go to import your obj file go to the gear icon in the top right.

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Then go to the geometry tab and make sure split is selected. And split by object and split by group is ticked.

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Now as you can see the parts are separated.

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Re: How to separate parts?

#4 Post by tinusman » 20 May 2020 14:57

@Chief86
Thank you , one is never to old to learn other solutions,🙂

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Re: How to separate parts?

#5 Post by Chief86 » 22 May 2020 12:12

Your welcome, it took me a bit to figure it out myself too. Glad it helped.

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