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Hi Matthias, > I did get the drawings from this tof and converted it to stp format. > After this I tried to convert the .stp to .gdml using the trial version > of Fastrad. However, I have to many solids and thus cannot convert them > into *.gdml. Is there meanwhile a new free converter to convert stp > files to gdml? no that we're aware of... > Then I would like to know, how to construct a geometry as I have > atached: Just by using a appropriate G4Tub (for the upper part) and a > G4Box and unify them using the G4UnionSolid method ? yes, a union can work out, if the tub's section can be completely included in the box, otherwise you may need an additional subtraction... Cheers, Gabriele