Non-destructive by nature. Destructive by choice. The number #1 concept cutter. Only for Blender!
Non-destructive or destructive... your choice
Boxcutter has been non-destructive since the day it was born but now we put those features first and foremost. Boxcutter can guarantee shapes be kept live until you decide to apply them.
Multiple Cut Types
Cut, Slice, Inset, Join, Knife, Extract, Make. Not to mention options to personalize your experience from the look of the topbar to the fade of the cut we are here for you. We offer the ability to not only cut but extract reuse and export to other projects. Do it once. Do it right.
Endless Potential And Free Updates
As with all our tools. Updates are free. We are committed to perfecting boxcutter to an even higher level than it is now. We aim to make customers glad they chose us and we're always more than welcome to hear suggestions are are on call 24/7 for any support issues.
What we offer in boxCutter:
<div style="padding:16px 0 16px 0;background-color:#111111;color:#eee;text-align:center;margin:0 6% 0 6%;"> <img src="https://i.imgur.com/cLccNRZ.png" alt="" class="fr-fic fr-dii"> <h2 style="padding:16px 0 0 0;color:white;margin:0 0 0 0;text-align:center;">Comprehensive Documentation</h2> <br style="text-align:left;padding:0 0 0 0;">By popular request documentation was rewritten from the ground up for Blender 2.8. We aim to keep it updated on new features and keep users capable of getting the most out of the tools in the least amout of time.</br> </div>
Boxcutter 690 was the final version for Blender 2.79 and remains in markets due to it still being popular.
This was the final ad of 2.79 for Boxcutter 690.
Boxcutter Previous Release Logs
release logs are written for major releases to ensure long time customers are update about changes, enhancements and new features. We do our best to keep customers up to date and working with boxcutter.
Boxcutter is far from being done and we are thankful to all users who remain with us throughout this journey. We are committed to enhancing boxcutter to the point of changing the way modelling is approached.