Block - gumball in weird place

I’ve got a block with 1 polysurface that’s acting a bit weird. When I select it, the gumball makes it seem like the block is way bigger than it actually is.


When I use the bounding box command it returns a huge box.

Am I missing something or is this a bug?
181115 Block.3dm (85.6 KB)

Hm… the insertion point for this block is way off at -1254.420,0.000,403.777 - but the underlying surfaces in the brep that is in the block are large - they account for the bounding box, though I do not think they should. If you BlockEdit and ShrinkTrimmedSrf on the object, it should sort itself out.

Hm again - the BB of the underlying surfaces is larger than the BB of the block instance…

Just Exploding and Joining in BlockEdit is enough to sort it out as well.

https://mcneel.myjetbrains.com/youtrack/issue/RH-49510

-Pascal

Thanks for the tip, that helps. Strange though, I haven’t had this with any other blocks I made which also contain polysurfaces with trimmed surface.

What is even stranger is that when I explode the polysurface and untrim the edges, there are surfaces that stick out of that bounding box which I created before.