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> [snip...] > > G4LogicalVolume* logicPyr= new G4LogicalVolume(SolPyr,VacMater, > "logicPyr", 0, 0, 0); > > Now, I define two new logical volumes: > > G4LogicalVolume* logicPyr1; and > > G4LogicalVolume* logicPyr2; > > with > > logicPyr1=logicPyr; logicPyr2=logicPyr; Here you're -not- defining new logical volumes, but just pointers to the same volume you defined above. > The test box should appear only in the logicPyr1, but when I run the > simulation is appearing in both logicPyr1 and logicPyr2. I don't know > what is wrong..? You're using the -same- logical volume ... You may want to define logicPyr1 and logicPyr2 as two different objects: G4LogicalVolume* logicPyr1= new G4LogicalVolume(SolPyr,VacMater, "logicPyr1", 0, 0, 0); G4LogicalVolume* logicPyr2= new G4LogicalVolume(SolPyr,VacMater, "logicPyr2", 0, 0, 0); Cheers, Gabriele