In Edge Select mode (keyboard shortcut 2 ), select the edge you want to get rid of, press the space bar and type dissolve… then choose Dissolve Edges. To remove an edge while keeping surrounding geometry, in Blender terminology you Dissolve it.
Also know, how do I delete edge without deleting my face in blender?
Start by de-selecting all vertices, then select one vertex that has a single connected edge and press Shift G (also available in the select menu) and choose Amount of connecting edges. This will select all vertices that have one edge connected to them allowing you to delete these vertices.
Keeping this in view, how do you Bevel in blender?
To bevel an edge (or edges) switch to Edge Select mode and make a selection (Shift + click to multi-select) then from the Edge menu click Bevel Edges (or press Ctrl + B) – Edges » Bevel Edges.
How do you dissolve edges in blender?
- Select the vertices and choose Edit Mesh > Delete Edge/Vertex, or only select vertices that reside at a corner or are connected to two edges only.
- Do one of the following to delete the vertex: Press Delete. Press Backspace.
To merge elements together, first make a vertex, edge or face based selection then from the Mesh menu click Merge (Mesh » Merge) – alternatively press the M key.
Removes edges sharing two faces (joining those faces). The options are the same as for the Dissolve Vertices tool.
Remove the faces and then dissolve the edges with either Limited Dissolve or X > Dissolve Edges. In more general case this is one of the problems which arise if you don’t delete the faces which are on the mirror plane of the modifier (if you add Subsurf these will be visible as a seam in the middle of the mesh).