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# Remarks of Body.IsSolid Property

Valued Contributor

Hello everyone,

In the Remarks of Solid Edge Geometry Type Library > Body Object > IsSolid in programming reference, It states:

"This does not necessarily imply that each Face, for example, is connected at all its edges. The Body may still consist of standalone Faces that collectively define a finite volume."

So, what does it mean "standalone Faces" and what kind of model it is? Can anyone give me an example of this kind of body consisting of "standalone Faces"? (I mean how to create this kind of body in Solid Edge manually?)

Thanks,

Guan

# Re: Remarks of Body.IsSolid Property

Valued Contributor

Hi, all

Body can hold standalone faces. The case exists. Standalone faces cannot be created by SE manually (I couldn't), but may be imported somehow.