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How to Use Trim and Weld on CorelDraw

How to Use Trim and Weld on Corel Draw - continue to the next discussion about the corel draw design / tutorial. for now what we will discuss is about a technique for How to Use Trim and Weld on CorelDraw, then what exactly is the trim and weld? what's this for?

How to use Trim and Weld on Corel Draw

trim and weld belong to a feature that is very often also used in corel draw when making a design, how not to trim and the weld is very powerful and useful for cutting and joining objects.

Trim is a feature in Corel Draw where by using this trim you can cut an object using another object. it means that the object will be cut based on the location and position of other objects, so to use this trim it takes a minimum of 2 objects.

Weld is a feature that is in corel draw where by using this weld you can combine 2 or more objects into one unit, so the object merges (not groups) as a whole. So where the two objects meet, it will become a single object.

okay, go straight to the sample to use trim with corel draw .

First make two rectangles, and close them together in a certain position. after that click the object to be the cutter.
then pressing SHIFT also press the object to be cut.

then later at the top there will be a choice, choose Trim (see picture)

How to Use Trim and Weld on CorelDraw

and here are the results of the trim:

How to Use Trim and Weld on CorelDraw


the results of this trim make the object cut based on the meeting of both


Example of Using Weld


First make two or more rectangle objects or another, then make a meeting between these objects.

then click on one of the objects, then while pressing SHIft click on the objects to be combined, then at the top there will be various options - Choose Weld

How to Use Trim and Weld on CorelDraw

and here is the result of Weld between the two objects:

How to Use Trim and Weld on CorelDraw

the result of using the weld will produce a combined object between the two so that it will form a complete object




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