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opExtrude with UP_TO_NEXT

emagdalenaC2iemagdalenaC2i Member, Developers Posts: 561 ✭✭✭✭✭
edited February 2017 in FeatureScript
Hi
I am trying to simplify a FeatureScript using the UP_TO_NEXT option in opExtrude instead of BLIND, but it doesn't seem to work.

This is the part of code:

            // Extruye el panel hasta la cara opuesta
            opExtrude(context, id + "extrude1", {
                    "entities" : frameRegionToExtrude,
                    "direction" : framezDirection,
                    "endBound" : BoundingType.UP_TO_NEXT,
            });

And this is the FeatureScript notices:

@opExtrude: EXTRUDE_UPTO_NEXT_NO_DIVISION

166:12   
onshape/std/geomOperations.fs (opExtrude)


567:13   
AluminiumProfile (const AluminiumProfile)

52:17   
onshape/std/feature.fs (defineFeature)


605:21   
Estructura (const buildPrivate)


608:13   
Estructura (const buildPrivate)

27:17   
onshape/std/partStudio.fs (definePartStudio)


17:12   
Estructura (build)


7:12   
Estructura (main)

I am missing a parameter or anything else?
Un saludo,

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