Bevel

The Bevel Type utilizes edge selection, transforming these edges into panel cuts. This method is the most intuitive of the two and is straightforward.

Listed below are the properties under bevel type and what they do.

Width

The Width property is used to increase the size of the panel cut.

Offset

The Offset property adjusts the position of the panel cut's center edge, moving it either inward or outward on the sorrounding faces.

Segment

The Segment property increases the number of edges that make up the panel cut's center edge.

Split

The Split property splits both ends of the edge selection and lets you slide the vertex on the last edge in that area.

Merge

The Merge property will join the split vertex after using the split property to the nearest vertex.

Cut Symmetry

The Cut Symmetry toggle allows you to cut the edges in the symmetry lines of the mirror modifier.

Boundary Sharp

This allows you to mark sharp the boundary edges of the panel cut. Only works when using Shade Smooth or Smooth by Angle on the active object.

Middle Sharp

This allows you to mark sharp the middle edges of the panel cut. Only works when using Shade Smooth or Shade Smooth by Abgle on the active object.

Boundary Edges

The Boundary Edges toggle allows you to cut the outer edges of face selections instead of all the edges selected within.

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