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Wed, Sep 11, 2013 at 8:57:14 AM | Problem dividing conceptual mass

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Tim79


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Hi there,

I am having trouble applying a divided surface to a conceptual form that I have created. Whenever I try to apply a divided surface to the form, it disappears - there is neither the volume nor a divided surface afterwards, and there are no error messages.

Please find the file in question via this link: (the file is too large to share directly via RC)

All suggestions / help gratefully received!!

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