How can I draw two squares connected to one side and have the same parametric dimensions, so that the squares grow and grow together by changing the parameter without overlapping
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How can I draw two squares connected to one side and have the same parametric dimensions, so that the squares grow and grow together by changing the parameter without interfering
But my question in another way is if I draw a Parametric rectangle and the point of the" rectangle base plane" of the entrance P is a specific point and then draw another rectangle and want to be the point of the “rectangle base plane” of the entrance P of the new rectangle is one of the points of the first rectangle and move with him how can I do that?
Hard to see what you want from that description/pictures.
guess: a “negative” component for the second rectangle. Means one rectangle goes from 0 to 7.4 and the other from 0 to -7.4. Btw. why are you using boolean “gate or” with the surfaces as an input?
move your first rectangle by the x-dimension in x-direction to get the same rectangle at the end of the first.
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