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Paddy Fernandezmultiple object boole intersect
by on Nov 4, 2011 at 10:43:55 pm

Hi, im trying to find out how to create a shape from the resultant intersecting shapes, its easy to do with 2 shapes as you just use a boole A intersect B but im trying to do it with 8 shapes and not having any luck.. have included a picture to hopefully make it a bit clearer about what i am trying to do. any help would be fantastic.
thanks
Paddy


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Adam TrachtenbergRe: multiple object boole intersect
by on Nov 4, 2011 at 10:56:53 pm

Stacking should work. Try unchecking the high quality box in the bool objects.


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Paddy FernandezRe: multiple object boole intersect
by on Nov 4, 2011 at 11:18:45 pm

Hi Adam thanks for your help but unfortunately that hasnt worked...
I have uploaded the scene file, if you have a spare minute to have a look to see if you can figure it out that would be soo helpful.
http://www.sendspace.com/file/gosism
Thanks
Paddy


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Brian JonesRe: multiple object boole intersect
by on Nov 5, 2011 at 12:12:12 am

assuming you want all the intersections of all the cameras and not just 'what is the volume that all the cameras share', you're going to have to make copies. They don't all intersect so if you take (for example) pyramid 3, 7 and 8 in your file and put 3 and 8 in a boole you get a result but if you put that result in a boole with pyramid 7 everything disappears since the 3-8 result does not intersect with 7. To get both intersections you would need to duplicate 8 and boole that with 7 separately and so on.


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Paddy FernandezRe: multiple object boole intersect
by on Nov 5, 2011 at 12:19:31 am

that makes alot of sense, will be quite the puzzle! cheers for your help brian
Paddy


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