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    Default Problem with bevel

    Hello I have created a flat text in illustrator and applied bevel effect in 3ds max to make it 3D.

    My problem is that I cannot delete the mesh inside of the letter o

    How can I do it guys? Thank you

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    Default Re: Problem with bevel

    You can go into polygon subobject mode (as you have done in the screenshot), then hit the delete key. You'll be left with an empty space and you'll notice the inner part of the "O" doesn't connect. Go to polyline subobject mode, select one of the exterior "O" lines, then use the "Bridge" tool and select the inner "O" lines. This will bridge the gap left from the deletion of the middle part of the O. Lemme know if you need some clarification.
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