## Coincident vertices

Re: Coincident vertices Hello, I am a beginner to modeling and I am sorry to answer a question with a question. I’ve been modeling a soda can in Maya 2012 and came to a place where I need to reshape a circular loop to the outline of a pop top can.

Sursa: https://forums.autodesk.com/t5/autocad-forum/coincident-vertices/td-p/3612652

## Coincident Faces

The coincident faces phenomenon is also different from intersecting faces, where the faces of an object pass through another object’s faces at an angle. Such geometry causes no render problems. For clean geometry, you should detect and fix any coincident/coplanar faces before publishing your model for sale.

Sursa: https://www.turbosquid.com/3d-modeling/checkmate/checkmate-model-prep/checkmate-coincident-faces/

## Coincident 3D Constraint

Used to constrain the faces, edges or vertices of 3D elements to be coincident. The constrained faces are kept in the same plane in the design, while the constrained edges or vertices pass through a …

Sursa: https://docs.bentley.com/LiveContent/web/MicroStation%20Help-v14/en/Coincident3DConstraint.html

## Editable Spline (Vertex)

Cycle is useful for selecting a specific vertex from a group of coincident vertices at a spline intersection when building a spline network for use with the Surface modifier. Tip: Watch the info display at the bottom of the Selection rollout to see which vertex is selected.

## Vertex Connect — Blender Manual

This tool connects vertices in the order they are selected, splitting the faces between them. When there are only two vertices selected, a cut will be made across unselected faces, a little like the Knife tool; however, this is limited to straight cuts across connected faces.

Sursa: https://docs.blender.org/manual/en/latest/modeling/meshes/editing/subdividing/vertex_connect.html