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Please Advise: Getting rid of extra material at the edges of a part after creating a pattern.

I've been stumped on this for hours:
I'm attempting to remove all the extra material at the bottom of the part, which is very obvious upon viewing. I've looked up tons of tutorials on the Trim tool, but seem to be doing something wrong in my parameter selections. Has anyone run into this issue? I'm beginning to think my construction was wrong, but I'm quite new to using CAD and my methodology for creating the pattern was.... inefficient to say the least (as is evident by the 6 different "Transform"s).


Much obliged to any eyes on this that can give some pointers (both on the trimming and how to be more efficient with the pattern creation). Have a nice day :D


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