Solutions that just add the size fail to account for cases where the part is rotated. I think the best solution is to use the part’s bounding box.

```
function PartToRegion3(part)
local abs = math.abs
local cf = obj.CFrame -- this causes a LuaBridge invocation + heap allocation to create CFrame object - expensive! - but no way around it. we need the cframe
local size = obj.Size -- this causes a LuaBridge invocation + heap allocation to create Vector3 object - expensive! - but no way around it
local sx, sy, sz = size.X, size.Y, size.Z -- this causes 3 Lua->C++ invocations
local x, y, z, R00, R01, R02, R10, R11, R12, R20, R21, R22 = cf:components() -- this causes 1 Lua->C++ invocations and gets all components of cframe in one go, with no allocations
-- https://zeuxcg.org/2010/10/17/aabb-from-obb-with-component-wise-abs/
local wsx = 0.5 * (abs(R00) * sx + abs(R01) * sy + abs(R02) * sz) -- this requires 3 Lua->C++ invocations to call abs, but no hash lookups since we cached abs value above; otherwise this is just a bunch of local ops
local wsy = 0.5 * (abs(R10) * sx + abs(R11) * sy + abs(R12) * sz) -- same
local wsz = 0.5 * (abs(R20) * sx + abs(R21) * sy + abs(R22) * sz) -- same
-- just a bunch of local ops
local minx = x - wsx
local miny = y - wsy
local minz = z - wsz
local maxx = x + wsx
local maxy = y + wsy
local maxz = z + wsz
local minv, maxv = Vector3.new(minx, miny, minz), Vector3.new(maxx, maxy, maxz)
return Region3.new(minv, maxv)
end
```

(bounding box code adapted from zeuxcg’s code)