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Is there anyway I can attach these two glass doors together, essentially removing the corner of the wall?

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1 hour ago, buildinthevoid said:

Is there anyway

 

Yes. Make your own doors.

 

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Using Michael's method.

 

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I don't think so... but even if it were possible to model it, not sure anyone would build it because the doors would risk hitting each other and breaking.  If you're intent on modeling it you could probably do it using windows.  Here's two casement windows... with no trim, sash or sill

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It can be done using walls set to no room definition to hold the doors, and pass-throughs to create the openings.  Quick example...

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19 minutes ago, Alaskan_Son said:

It can be done using walls set to no room definition

Curious... why do you need to use 'no room definition'?

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6 minutes ago, DzinEye said:

why do you need to use 'no room definition'?

 

2 walls in the same location.

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17 minutes ago, solver said:

2 walls in the same location.

Seems to work without it?

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12 minutes ago, DzinEye said:

Seems to work without it?

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You are correct.  No need for the extra wall.  You can just overlap a door and a pass-through in the same wall.  There can be a few little quirks though when 2 openings occupy the same space in the same wall and you also get less control over where the wall lands relative to the wall.

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