I have this piece I am trying to make a hole through.
It was not drawn as a single piece - I put 2 pieces together. - which created other issues but that is another topic. I did that by deconstructing another part and using the front and back pieces. The front piece has holes in it, the back piece does not. I also created one by using a back piece and a new front piece without holes. I could not make the hole thru the center. I can make a hole thru the portion without the back extension. I get a water texture when I create a hole on the front over the back part,
The circle u see is from the hole on the other side. If I select the surface in the circle it selects the whole back side b/c the circle isn’t part of the back plane.
I can create a circle on it and delete that surface but how to I do that accurately enough not to create other issues.
I have tried everything I can think of to get that thru but…
How does one create a hole thru a part like this???
extra point question
when i put 2 pieces together I have an issue of lines having more than 2 surfaces and I must delete the interfacing surface before joining - which is hard to do on the larger piece. Seems like there would be something that automatically did that.