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Stensill Buffer & Clipping the object problem

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Hi again!!! I''ll be brief. Anybody know HOW can I clip my 3D object that it''s walls will be seen, I mean the thickness of 3D object walls. Can I do it by the Stensill Buffer ??? If yes, then HOW??? Thanks a lot.

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I''d help, except I have absolutely no clue as to what you mean.

"HOW can I clip my 3D object that it''s walls will be seen"
This sentence doesn''t mean anything, unless your 3d object has walls which you can''t see... Which is unlikely.

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If think he means capping. Splitting your objects with a user defined cliplane, and then recap the intersected faces, so that he can see a closed cut through the object.

That is very complex stuff, though, and if you don''t even know how to use the stencil buffer, then I''m afraid that a quick and dirty explanation on a forum won''t be enough.

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But anyway, would you try to explane me in common lines.
I''ll be understand some how.

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