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Hi, I'm not an expert in Geant4 myself, but I also work with Voxelphantoms. My question to your problem is: Where do you know from, that the copynumber is always called ascending and not chaotic? My impression was, that during the run the CompueTranslation Method is called often to get the position of the parametriesed Voxel. If this is the case, your routine would work in the beginning (giving the right-looking picture), but fail in the run. When you look in the DICOM example, you can see that the placement is called directly with copynumber. I don't know if this is correct, but it could be a solution. Best wishes Sylvia
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