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How to create a section cut/slice?

So I am looking through all the neat things this engine can do, and one thing I haven't found yet is if it is able to slice a mesh so that it would look like a cross-section. I'll attach a few images to show exactly what I mean by that. From my understanding that is done with blueprints, but I'm still relatively new when it comes to using blueprints. Maybe it's something easy, but I would still appreciate any help.alt text

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asked Apr 08 '16 at 05:35 PM in Using UE4

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Hi!

There are some possible solutions by using custom materials. See: https://youtu.be/CkEueafOvFg or this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MAzkNgzWK9w

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answered Jun 11 '18 at 08:26 AM

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