Bob, thanks for the reply about the fixing in progress, and I hope you guys do find a common link to the errors in either situation as my renderings don't come out like they should. Any "glass" solids I have in multi-bodied parts come out solid. That's where I would use the rotameter as an assembly.
But working in the T&P module, assemblies are not the option for me (unless I understood incorrectly). I was under the impression that once in the T&P assembly, constraints don't play nice with each other and the routing functionality. If you have a link or a doc that supports otherwise, I would most humbly ask for you to provide. Other than that, thanks for sticking to the problem and I will await AD fixes...
Yes, thank you for logging the issue Bob.
I haven't had to render a multi-body in studio but it's good to know there are issues there too.
Hope it gets fixed before or in the next release.
It also happens when deriving parts with transparent color. See this newsgroup discussion.
I made our QA department aware of our not so good track record on this matter.
To Aron's point of not being able to use assemblies inside a T&P assembly. I would like to understand your presumed limitation better. A priori I don't know of any obstacles in such a scenario. Can you elaborate?
Bob, let me try and search for the post I saw about constraints within the T&P module. I do remember a poster saying that they didn't work well together, but I could have misunderstood...
Did this issue ever get fixed? I am seeing the same behavior in a .ipn file with a multi-body component (imported database). Inventor 2013.
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