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    Why I cant subtract from an 3dsolid other 200 or 400 3dsolids it cancel my action after some minutes, It says to brep but this dont help. What to do? I want to subtract 500 obj from one with one action ...

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    Maybe you should work with 100 instead of 500 objects at a time.
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    ant time ->x5, what program can do it and is accurate like autocad? revit, solidworks, inventor?

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    Zip and attach your file here. Is this a pattern? If so - don't need the entire pattern.
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