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> Is it allowed to use the finish "polishedtair" with only the type > "dielectric_LUT" or can i use it with for example > "dielectric_dielectric"?
All of the very specific surface finishes like 'polishedair' etc. are specific only to dielectric_LUT surfaces.
> Do i have to use the combination, type "dielectric_LUT", model "LUT" and > finish e.g. "polishedtioair"?
> Or is it allowed to use any other > combination e.g. "dielectric_dielectric" "unified" "polishedtioair"?
No, you are not expected to just make up any combination you can with random combinatoric possibilities. You are expected to use combinations that are sensible for your specific situation.
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