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Hi Kurisu, you can place the logical volume of your union-solid as a normal placement, as many times you want to replicate it. Cheers, Gabriele --------------- On Sun, 11 Mar 2018 02:33:21 GMT, Kurisu wrote: > Dear all, > > Nowadays, I try to simulate the triple GEM detector. > > The GEM foil is consisted of Kapton layer(50um) with holes + Copper > layers(5um) with holes on above and below surface of Kapton layer. > > I made layer with holes by G4MultiunionSolid(hole array) + > G4subtractionSolid(box-holearray), for both Kapton and Copper layers. > > Now, I think I can locate one Kapton layer + two Copper layers(total > three logical volumes) for one GEM foil. In this situation, if I want to > copy the GEM foil(union of logical volumes?), what should I do? > > Is there any good method to replicate the GEM foil(union of three > logical volumes) easily, or should I just replicate each logical > volume(Kapton, next Copper layer, ...)? > > Thank you, Kurisu