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Question Solids made by Boolean operations 

Keywords: boolean special solids
Forum: Geometry
Date: 22 Jan, 2008
From: Maxim Gonchar <Maxim Gonchar>

Hello,

"The solids used should be either CSG solids (for examples a box, a spherical shell, or a tube) or another Boolean solid..."

so, as I understand, there is no way to use special solids (like ellipsoid or paraboloid) in Boolean operations and one should approximate them with plane or conical solids.

am I right?

regards, Maxim Gonchar.

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1 None: Re: Solids made by Boolean operations   (Vladimir Grichine - 23 Jan, 2008)
(_ None: Re: Solids made by Boolean operations   (Maxim Gonchar - 23 Jan, 2008)
(_ None: Re: Solids made by Boolean operations   (John Allison - 29 Jan, 2008)
(_ None: Re: Solids made by Boolean operations   (Maxim Gonchar - 04 Feb, 2008)
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