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Negative extrusion

Extrusion in modelling is the act of taking a 2D plane, forming a shape on that plane, and then pushing out a solid object in that shape as a cylinder from that plane.

Negative extrusion removes any solid material already existing, in the space it extrudes across in the form of the negative cylinder created. It can be straight out from the plane, or at an angle. However, it is always in a straight line, and always the exact cross section of the shape on the 2D plane.

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(11/02/2009)
Psychologists Mante S. Nieuwland and Gina R. Kuperberg from Tufts University investigated how different types of negative statements are processed in the brain. In this study, the researchers measured event related potential responses (ERPs...


(22/04/2012)
Bad reviews affect the stock price of the companies making those products, causing negative returns of as much as 8 percent, which could accumulate and spiral if the negative reviews aren't addressed, said Gerard J. Tellis, the Jerry and N...


(08/10/2013)
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(24/04/2010)
A group of scientists led by researchers from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) has engineered a type of artificial optical material -- a metamaterial -- with a particular three-dimensional structure such that light exhibits ...


(25/07/2013)
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