I have a problem with dendro volume difference. With the volume difference operation, I have splittet my original volume into two seperate, but entagled volumes. These two seperate volumes, are however still saved as one single dendro volume in the volume difference result. Now I am searching of a way to split these two volume halfes, to later completely get rid of one half. Does anyone know a way to do so?
Thanks a lot in advance
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With the volume difference operation, I have splittet my original volume into two seperate, but entagled volumes.
You have a box and a cutter, and the result is the box being cut away by the isosurface cutter.
No two seperate, but entagled volumes.
Yes, that is exactly my problem. I am searching for a way to end up with two seperate volumes.
Maybe the volume difference operation is not the right one for this case, but i couldn`t think of any different option.
So either i need to find a different option to split a volume with another one, or I need two find a way to split the entangled, but not connected volume after the volume difference operation into two seperate ones.
Unfortunately there isn’t a “Disjoin Volume” component in Dendro so the only option it to (a) rework the Boolean logic to output the separated volumes or (b) do a Volume to Mesh out, Disjoin Mesh, then back into Dendro.
The Mesh Disjoin option is computationally slow but, in cases like yours, might be the only option.
There is only one left at the end of the data stream.
Which one is the other one? The iso surface cutter?
Thanks a lot for your help, it is maybe not a perfect option, but it works, solves my problem and might be the only option.
Thanks for your help. I meant the two volumes from Charlies solution though.