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Cutting a Wall from a Morph

Anonymous
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Hello guys,

I´m having a problem with my model. I´ve modeled an element using the morph tools and now i´m having problems to subtract a wall from it, or better, to cut the top of the wall to the bottom face of my element.

The element is the green one in the image and you can also see the wall. I´ve tried the Solid Elements Operations tool and the Design > Morph > Subtract. None worked.

I was thinking if there´s a way to convert a morph to shell, or do you guys suggest another strategy?

thanks!

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Anonymous
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Just checking that you are using the SEO tool correctly.

Select the wall >Get target Elements >select the morpth> Get Operator Elements> Subtraction with upward extrusion.

Laszlo Nagy
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Is the Morph Solid? If it is not, neither method works because both need solid elements to work.
You can select the Morph element and use the Design\Modify Morph\Check Solidity command.
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Anonymous
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The morph is an elemental unique tool made from prism, it can be applied to resolve an intricate challenges , but one of the limitations with the morph is it does not accommodate doors and windows.

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