Then where is the volume contact if "One of the two faces that are shared by both volumes is deleted"?lighting_freak wrote: ↑Mon Apr 26, 2021 8:31 pmHello,
There are no overlapping surfaces in that model.
One of the two faces that are shared by both volumes is deleted (or better said: has never been imported).
The remaining surface (marked in red) carries an interior and exterior volume as mentioned in this image:
Well now we know that everything works as it should if you don't have any volume contact situation.
My work really needs some solution for that - we're dealing quite often with such geomterical setups.
With two faces deleted then there must only be three remaining faces? Can you show which two faces overlap each other?
I think there is anomaly with the laser light itself. It's choosy on the face orientation. Let me put it in another post.lighting_freak wrote: ↑Mon Apr 26, 2021 8:31 pmI think if you start flipping the face normals (see the arrows in the image) the algorythm will be confused with what is inside an outside of the volume.
With kind regards