What exactly are you trying to accomplish?
I believe Geometry > Solid > Embed is used more for the method of when you create/move a solid within/overlapping the volume of another existing solid. After the command is run the solid volume within the bigger solid will be removed from the bigger.
1. Created solid cube
2. Created cylinder within the volume of the cube
3. After command and hiding the cylinder
To do that you will want to use the command Geometry > Solid > Fill Hole. Select an inner curve on the solid "case".
Now there is another solid within the "case" solid. Note the geometry list in Model Info
Now you will want to use the command Geometry > Solid > Embed. Select the newly created solid. Then select one of the inner three solids (2. pcb 3. chip 4. chip2 ). Repeat twice for the other two inner solids.
This will leave all solids.
thank you. got it.
but one more question i have?
if i project a circle on the front face of the embed body (case), i cant able to apply tetra mesh to that. it is prompting like only single surface boundaray required?
then how to combine the project circle face with embed body?