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Hi Jamie, > Is there any current G4 shape suitable for implementing a helix geometry? > I have been having some trouble implementing helical cathode strips. Ive had a > browse through the forum and G4TwistedTubs has been suggested as a suitable > candidate - though ive tried a few tests and it does not seem to work. > > Any ideas or must i write my own G4 shape using a combination of G4TwistedTubs is a possible solution (and would be useful if you can report any problem you find as a bug-report, so it can be investigated), however, I believe that implementing a custom shape is perhaps the most suitable solution for your case. Cheers, Gabriele
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