The following features make booleans a robust modeling technique.
Multiple objects can be used in a single boolean operation. In the following example, a ring of small spheres is subtracted from a large sphere, creating a series
Large data sets
Booleans keep memory usage to a minimum, letting you use boolean operations with large, complex scenes and dense meshes without
affecting Maya's performance.
Booleans produce proper and predictable boolean results in instances where Maya's legacy boolean algorithm produces undesirable
results. In the following example, a sphere and an array of cubes are combined using both algorithms.
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