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I am trying to create a mesh geometry. I have made an assembly volume with many smaller logical volumes made of a Nickel material by using the AddPlacedVolume method. After the assembly volume is finished I imprint it into a different logical volume (whole_vol) made of 'Vacuum' (lowest density of air). And then finally use G4VPlacement to place the whole_vol in the correct place. Everything compiles, and runs smooth, and the it looks correct using the WIRED3 vis. However, the particles don't seem to care if they are going through the mesh substrate or through the holes, they always think of it as 'Vacuum'... I don't know if I need to do something to make them notice the logical volumes from the assembly volume imprint. Any advice would be great!! Cheers, Mario
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