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  1. hi, when I try to use a boolean node twice, second boolean result is always broken because I guess a connectivity issue. Houdini cannot understand the connectivity from first boolean result. I know some people says to cut together with many cutters, but I have a certain situation to cut separately. For instance first boolean produces 500 pieces, and keep 300 pieces and use second booleans for other 200 pieces, and so on. Some artist do after-1st-boolean > loop start > delete all pieces(groups) except one favorite piece > do-2nd-boolean > loopEnd > merge together. Or, I do translate and separate each other of pieces in order to make spaces between each pieces, then apply 2nd boolean, and it works I wonder if anyone knows smarter methods, instead of translating or looping booleanTwice.hipnc