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Difference between Compound and CompSolid

Posted by Dr. Sukumar Baishya at March 28. 2020

Hi,

I am relatively new to the new Shaper module. So this question might be a trivial one for many of you. If so, I do apologise.

1.)What is the difference between Compound and CompSolid?

(I understand the differences among Compound, Fuse and Partition in GEOM module)

2) How does CompSolid differ from Partition?

Thank you in advance.

Best regards.

Sukumar

 

Re: Difference between Compound and CompSolid

Posted by Daniel at May 21. 2020
Hello,
 
1) The attached image answers your question. Here is the complete presentation:
 
2) Could someone explain this?
 
Best regards,
Daniel
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Re: Difference between Compound and CompSolid

Posted by Christophe Bourcier at May 25. 2020
Hi,
 
a compsolid is composed by two solids (at least) with a shared face. A compsolid is the result of the partition of a solid by a plane for instance. A compsolid can also be created manually for instance by glueing two boxes with a common shared face.
 
Christophe

 

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