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Hello, Thank you for the answer. Yet I arleady verified it wasn't the case by by-passing the boolean operations... The error persists with the repetition of a simple physical volume... If you have any other idea, I am still stuck. Best Regards, David Dennetiere On Mon, 21 Feb 2011 08:42:48 GMT, Tatiana Nikitina wrote: > Dear David, > > Can you verify that you don't use boolean operations for solids with shared surfaces? > If this is the case, you can avoid the problem by using solids with small overlaps. > You can find more information in Application Developers Guide, Chapter 126.96.36.199. > > Best Regards, > > Tatiana Nikitina >
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