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Slanted cylinder on a base

Question asked by Lee Kuan Hung on Oct 12, 2018
Latest reply on Oct 12, 2018 by Lee Kuan Hung

Hi all, this is my first time using the forum, many thanks for reading. I would like to ask how to create a slanted cylinder at an angle θ as shown in below diagram? The rectangle on the ground is the base while the cylinder itself is actually slanted. So far I had tried to :

1. emboss a circle to form a cylinder (but cannot tilt it)

2. rotation emboss of a rectangle tilted at an angle, with the sides either perpendicular to one another (so it makes a tilted cylinder, not what I wanted)

3. rotation emboss a parallelogram (which forms a pointy tip at one end and a concave end, still not what I want)

4. tried to make a proper cylinder and cut it to the shape below but don't know how,

Also, I am required to duplicate this a couple of time with linear patterns and my mentor at work actually told me to put holes into the base and then assemble the base and cylinder together. I was thinking more in the line to just "grow" the cylinders out of the base. Please advise and many thanks for your assistance.

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