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<Matthew Stone> wrote in messageI
have been trying to get the volume between two surfaces (say OG and FG of a
pad) within a boundary area. Using the surface volume utilities, I can get the
entire volume between both surfaces, but can't see where to add a boundary. I
am not sure what the "bounded volumes" does (even after reading the help
file), but it doesn't seem to work for me. Bounded volumes only asks for 1
surface and a boundary. What is the volume that it is comparing
Anyway, right now I have just been adding the boundary to
my OG and FG as an outer boundary, comparing the volumes, then removing the
boundary from both surfaces and moving on to the next area where I need a
"bounded" volume. Surely there is a better way?
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