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Is Linear Face Pattern supposed to work this way?

I made a toy example to illustrate something that is plaguing my current model. When I pattern the three internal faces, I seem to get a phantom surface that is connected to the top of the box in between the newly generated faces. A section view reveals that this is a surface not on a solid body. Here's the relevant screenshot:

As you can see, there is a surface that shows up at the top of the box. It would be helpful to know why this is happening, and if this is the intended behavior. 


  • paul_chastellpaul_chastell Onshape Employees Posts: 121
    I took a look at the doc and there is something not right about this result even though the body doesn't appear faulty. It may be a problem with the tessellation, not the geometry. Regardless I would appreciate it if you could open a bug with Onshape Support, preferably referencing the original document where this is seen.
    Paul Chastell / VP of R&D / Onshape Inc.
  • ethan_keller924ethan_keller924 Member Posts: 36 EDU
    @paul_chastell I just submitted it as a bug report. Thanks!
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