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Topic ClosedBoolean operation, file converted from .stl

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Direct Link To This Post Topic: Boolean operation, file converted from .stl
    Posted: 27.Nov.2014 at 19:54
I need to get an imprint of an object. I converted this object from .stl to 3ds max file and tried to extract from the box (I didn't manage to do it from the principal model, so I tried a primitive box) having converted both objects in edit poly beforehand. And I ended up with an imprint of the surface only (pic. 3)Sad.
How can I get an accurate imprint of the first object?

http://pixs.ru/showimage/1jpg_4484857_14863552.jpg 
http://pixs.ru/showimage/2jpg_6094637_14863564.jpg 
http://pixs.ru/showimage/3jpg_6396959_14863570.jpg 

PS. I didn't upload the file itself as it's pretty large, but I'll do it if needed.

Any ideas are welcome, as I've run out of mineDead
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