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I'm using a cylinder with cap fill type set to nothing. I usually add solidify to get the cylinder wall depth. I've been calculating it by knowing that a value of 1 completely fills in the cylinder.

However now, for no reason that I am aware of, it has started working in two different ways. If I open a new blender file it at least gives a predictable result. The value for thickness is the "radius" of the cylinder wall.

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But on the file that I've been trying to work on it's pretty much just totally random or I'm too tired to figure out what's going on. 9.6cm=4.9mm or about 1/20th. I had set Display > scale to 20 but I've used solidify many times in this same way and it worked as expected (where a value of 1 fills in the cylinder). As you can see I set the scale to .05 to try and compensate but that didn't do it and I'm out of guesses.

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    $\begingroup$ What happens when you apply scale to the cylinder? Can you share a copy of the blend file that has the problem with blend-exchange.giantcowfilms.com? maybe someone can find a setting that you have missed. $\endgroup$ – Sazerac Jul 31 '19 at 7:10
  • $\begingroup$ Changing the cylinder's scale works as expected but the thickness stays the same relative size. Here's the file (thanks for anyone willing to take a look). $\endgroup$ – user875234 Jul 31 '19 at 7:20

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