Is there a limit on the number of planes you can create in Garfield++?

Hello all, I am in the process of learning Garfield++. I am currently working on trying to make set of planes each spaced a distance from each other and with there own defined potentials. I would like to look at the weighted field. Does anyone know if there is a limit on the number of planes that Garfield allows you to place for a simulation? If so would I have to explore making a 3D mesh for this sim?

Thanks for the help!

in one ComponentAnalyticField object you can have at most two x and two y planes. But you could create multiple ComponentAnalyticField instances if you want to build a “stack”.

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