How to Copy and Paste a Modifier from One Object to Another in Blender

How to copy or transfer a modifier from one object to another in Blender
How to copy or transfer a modifier from one object to another in Blender

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You have a lot of unique objects in your scene, and you want to set a modifier to all of them, would you have to do each one individually? The answer is NO. There is an easy and fast way to add the same modifier to multiple objects at once in a scene within Blender.

The menu method

How to copy or transfer a modifier from one object to another in Blender using the menu method
How to copy or transfer a modifier from one object to another in Blender using the menu method
  • First, select the object(s) to apply the modifier to, then select the one that has the modifier. The object that has the modifier should be selected the last
  • With all the objects selected, on the object menu go to Object > Link/Transfer Data > Copy Modifiers
  • All the objects now have the modifier added

The shortcut method

  • First, select the object(s) to apply the modifier to, then select the one that has the modifier. The object that has the modifier should be selected the last
  • With all the objects selected, press Ctrl + L on your keyboard
  • From the dropdown, select ‘Copy Modifiers’
  • All the objects now have the modifier added
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