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How do I create clearance for an existing part I'm creating a holder/mount for? Boolean offset fail

jesse_starrjesse_starr Member Posts: 8
Project link: https://cad.onshape.com/documents/fe462946f50b092572ea427d/w/382d1aca84774d38a80121f3/e/41a00b9e3538520c261e610a?renderMode=0&uiState=637c20a768307e0562e40c45

I'm trying to learn how to make parts that can go around an imported/existing part by modeling an AirTag holder.  I can not seem to figure out what phrase to search anywhere for that results in a tutorial or advice on modeling around existing objects...

I have imported a good model of an AirTag and trying to use the Boolean tool to subtract it from my extrusion.  I can do the subtract operation but if I try to use the Offset option, I can't get it to solve...

Is there a different tool/method I should be using to do this? Any other tips on creating "pockets"/holders for an existing part?

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