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Question Using solids several times in boolean operations 

Keywords: boolean solid
Forum: Geometry
Date: 01 Sep, 2005
From: Elena Wagner <ewagn4783@yahoo.com>

Is it possible to use the same solid several times in boolean operations for building the final complex shape ?

For example, can I define a Box and a Tubs, and then "union" the Tubs to the Box four times with different translations (naming intermediate shapes differently each time of course)? Can I subtract the resulting shape from another box twice ?

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