Problem with Boolean Fragments and excess surfaces
I already posted a probelm about closing airgaps in a split geometry automatically. I already managed to split a 3D Geometry in half and extracting the cut-surfaces. Now i want to close the "empty surfaces" which emerge from the air-filled volumes of the 3D-Model. I attacehd a picture to show what I mean. I combined the emerging srurfaces into a physical surface which I named "solids" to keep them apart from each other. My goal is to have one physical surface called "solids" and one that is called "air_gaps". One of you already gave me a hint to use a plane surface in combination with the boolean fragment operator to close the gaps. I tried that and it works just fine and pretty fast as well. But as I look closer, this operation messes up my physical entities. There is no clear seperation of my "solids" and the freshly emerged "air-gaps" because the operation causes the solids to be doubled as I do not want to delete them in the process. To summarize it:
Is there a possibility to use the boolean fragement operator in a way that I end up with 2 physical entites (solids and air_gaps), the surface which I "fragemented" the solids with can be deleted afterwards.
Any help is highly appreciated and would help me a lot!! Thanks