SolidSubtraction from Loft in Vectorscript Posted March 10, 2006 Charles - 1) If I REM out the subtraction, I can do the subtraction manually. 2) The value returned is "0" (success). 3) I believe the LNewObj handle is valid. I've built a stand-alone script to seperate this block from the rest. Here are 2 observations and a question I have when trying different things w. the "test mule:" 1) If I REM out the subtraction and if I explode the 3D part of the object and look at the curtain part it is a solid addition (according to the OI box). If I ungroup the addition it is 3 parts: a large central panel and 2, smaller "sliver" ends. Their widths seem to correspond to the width of the "tail" I add to "wrap up" the curtain creation. This leads me to wonder if I'm creating the curve correctly. 2) If I "unREM" the subtraction line, explode the PIO, and look at the resulting objects, I get 2: One is a solid addition that is in-essence the 3-part group mentioned above. The other is a solid subtraction that "contains" my extruded rectangle and the left-hand "sliver" of curtain. Question: As a workaround, how can I "get at" just the central panel and subtract from that? The rest of my code dictates that my subtraction window will never get out as far as the 2 "sliver sections. Thanks!