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Old   August 26, 2014, 12:26
Default Model of multiple spheres in a cube
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I have an array of radius and co-ordinates ( x,y,z) of multiple spheres ( around 200 spheres). I want to place these spheres in a cube. What would be the best way of building the geometry for such a model?
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