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*Rick Donnellon
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Rendering Surfaces?

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05-20-2007 09:47 PM
Can this be done? I have some complex parts I imported as surfaces and when
I do a render the parts disappeared.

TIA
Rick
*MarcoA
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Re: Rendering Surfaces?

05-21-2007 12:12 AM in reply to: *Rick Donnellon
il giorno 21/05/2007 6.47 Rick Donnellon ha scritto:

> Can this be done? I have some complex parts I imported as surfaces
> and when I do a render the parts disappeared.

It can be done.
RMB on the surfaces to select a color.
In attachment there is a simple rendering of 2 surfaces.

M.
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Re: Rendering Surfaces?

05-21-2007 05:33 AM in reply to: *Rick Donnellon
Can you zip and post the files?
Why not convert to solids?
Did you turn off translucency of the surfaces?
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*Rick Donnellon
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Re: Rendering Surfaces?

05-21-2007 02:34 PM in reply to: *Rick Donnellon
Its a Adept i600 robot I downloaded (Link below). I've tried to stitch and
convert to solids but with my limited experience, have not be able to
convert to solids. Also to make matters worse my customer requires r10
models. In r10 color can be applied to surfaces as mentioned in another
reply and then they will render but r10 does not have this capibility.

http://www.adept.com/support/downloads.asp?docid=500007

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Can you zip and post the files?
Why not convert to solids?
Did you turn off translucency of the surfaces?
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