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Tesa Demiur

Explode connected objects.

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Hi,

I have a bunch of objects that I turned into a single one using Connect Objects + Delete command. After a while now I would like to explode or disconnect them back because I need to do some individual work on some of them. What’s the command to reverse it? Thank you

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Try Mesh > Conversion > Polygon Groups to Objects.

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Let me try that too see what it does. I was able to work on individual parts with Disconnect on edit mode. I knew it’s going to be something quick and simple, but I’m switching back and forth from Autocad to C4D and it’s so puzzling. If I don’t open C4D for 2 days is like I never work in this program. Well, rookie issues of course. I have to refresh it everyday. Thank you for your help. 

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