I resent the email. Let me know if you don't get it soon. Is there a size limit on your email account?
JD or Jake, did you get my email with the part?
JD or Jake, did you get the file?
Sorry for the delay in replying. I haven't received any emails yet; you could be right about the email size limit.
What we usually do for transferring sizeable data is create an Autodesk Buzzsaw account (which gives you a file-posting folder on one of our servers); if you'd like to go down this route, just drop me an email and I can setup an account for you, and send some instructions.
Alternatively, if you have access to your own FTP or web hosting site, perhaps you could post the file there? (assuming it's not sensitive data, of course)
Many thanks for your perseverance, it's much appreciated!
.... Any idea's?
Here is one idea - attach your file here.
This isnt the first time that this has occured. Is there a proper solution to this issue, or would i have to submit a file everytime there is an error?
#1 - I don't see anything to extrude.
#2 - When I create something to extrude - it works fine for me.
#3 - You didn't run quality check on the import (no green check mark next to Base). (see post 2 of this thread)
When I run a Quality Check - I get the longest list of Issues I have ever seen on an import.
This part is missing faces.
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