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"Fixing" a query so it doesn't change
First post. I have a sketch point that I am using for a kind of fancy counterbore feature. Essentially, I take the point, and drill a hole there (normal to the planar face the point must be on). When I first get the face, I also get its owning solid so I can do the boolean later. But of course that solid is a query, not a thing, and later operations result in more solids being found that match the original faceContainsPoint. Then my boolean fails.
So I want to somehow "lock" that first query, which does get the one solid I want to be the target.
I know I can probably subtract the new solids I have created from the query. But that seems pretty painful when I have the culprit at the very beginning of the script.
Any hints appreciated. I am willing to work for it, but am on the steep part of the learning curve right now. Reading the std hole feature is mind-boggling-complex, even though I know it does almost exactly what I want.