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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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