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Re: None Untitled (Victor)
Date: 05 Aug, 2011
From: Gabriele Cosmo <Gabriele Cosmo>

Hi Victor,

you can use parameterised volumes for this, by parameterising the
boxes over their position. Assuming the grid of boxes is regular, you can
think to split a plate into rows (or set of rows), parameterise the position
of the boxes in each row and then place each row in the plate.

Cheers, Gabriele

On Wed, 03 Aug 2011 21:16:04 GMT, Victor Khristenko wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm trying to build 150 layers of Absorber Plates,
> but inside of each plate I need to place a matrix of small boxes filled with
> vacuum.
> Plate Dimensions : 30cm x 30cm x 50um
> Box Dimensions   : 25um x 25um x 50um
> with a gap between each box of 50 um.
> The distance between each box is 50um.
> i figured I would need at least a 1000 000 of such boxes for just one plate.
> My question is : what would be the best way to produce such a geometry?
> Obviously, Placement wouldn't work, since it would take too much memory.
> Would Replica work in this case since vaccum boxes are identical?
> Is there any way to do that???
> Thanks a lot.
> Victor.

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