I’m sketching coffee cups and playing with various shapes & macro dims of these vessels but I’d like to stay close to my target volume of 12oz. …

In the attached screenshot, I’ve shelled this vessel. Would like to check it’s volume somehow. Ideas?

I’m sketching coffee cups and playing with various shapes & macro dims of these vessels but I’d like to stay close to my target volume of 12oz. …

In the attached screenshot, I’ve shelled this vessel. Would like to check it’s volume somehow. Ideas?

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It’s needed indeed!

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If you subtract it from it’s bounding box, you can measure the remaining inner part’s volume.

The body was created through lofting. Do I need to generate a new bounding box to calculate this?

Yes, just simply extrude a box around it, with the same height.

A cylinder would suffice correct? When I think about this calculation, I want the external volume from the cylinder + the vessel volume… in order to calculate an internal volume?

Sure. The cylinder should be the same height as the other body. Then just subtract the other body from the cylinder and select the remaining internal part.

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Awesome thanks

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