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Sure, sorry if my message was cryptic.
G4Hype provides a tube with a hyperbolic profile. However I need a "plane" with hyperbolic profile, i.e. a 3D function of the form x2/a2 - y2/b2 = 1 where "z" is dummy.
My mirrors are hyperbolic in one dimension only, in the other one they're straight lines.
One cannot achieve that setting a very large radius on the G4Hype.
Right now I fixed my problem using a pgon with hyperbolic profile.