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Problems with push to 3D

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mario.brizida
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Problems with push to 3D

Hi,

I still have problems with push to 3D that I don't understand, and now I'm sure that I did nothing wrong:

I have this simple pcb design:

mariobrizida_0-1663749836582.png

that gives this image on manufacuring preview:

mariobrizida_1-1663749920547.png

Correct

I have below stack definition:

mariobrizida_2-1663749977978.png

and I get this 3d pcb!!!!!

mariobrizida_3-1663750031710.png

Be sure that all layers on 3d are on:

mariobrizida_4-1663750097099.png

But nothing appears!

If I remove 3d pcb link, and generate another 3d, I get almost the correct image:

mariobrizida_5-1663750262601.png

 

but with A LOT of errors. And I don't have the holes placed (they get an error).

If I press again 3D pcb it wil generate first image of this post:

mariobrizida_3-1663750031710.png

Fusion team: please understand that our job doesn't complain with this kind of errors. You must understand what is happening and urgently take corrective actions!

Please let me know if you need anything else form me, if you want, I send you the files you need to test. Send me please a private email for that.

I'm now in trouble because I need to send he pcb to the designer in order to complete our project, and if tis is not solved quickly, we will all be out of time, that will have consequences we want to avoid.

Thank you.

 

MB

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Message 2 of 8
panpan_fan
in reply to: mario.brizida

Hi @mario.brizida 

I hope you are doing well!

Sorry to hear that you have this issue.

Please send your file to us. I will send you a private message for that.

 

Regards,

Panpan Fan

Message 3 of 8

Hi @mario.brizida,

 

I haven't seen the files, but something that calls my attention in the images is that you appear to have very wide lines on the milling layer in the big cutouts. If you use 0 width lines for defining those cutouts does the render improve. 

 

In general the recommended approach is to always use 0 width lines on the milling layer.

 

Let me know if you continue to run into problems.

 

Best Regards,



Jorge Garcia
​Product Support Specialist for Fusion 360 and EAGLE

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Message 4 of 8
yqliu
in reply to: mario.brizida

@mario.brizida , we did find a bug about hole generation recently and the fix will be included in the October update. It would be very helpful for us to confirm it's the same issue if you can share your pcb file to @panpan_fan

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yqliu
in reply to: yqliu

We confirmed that this is a different issue. Our development team is trying to give a fix for the next update.

Message 6 of 8
panpan_fan
in reply to: mario.brizida

Hi @mario.brizida 

Thanks for your file! 

I can reproduce this issue and have reported it to the develop team.

I will keep you updated when we release the fix for this issue.

 

Regards,

Panpan Fan

Message 7 of 8
panpan_fan
in reply to: mario.brizida

Hi @mario.brizida 

Today we release Fusion 360 V2.0.14567 and this issue should have been fixed.

Please update Fusion 360 and have a try, thanks!

 

Regards,

Panpan Fan

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CGBenner
in reply to: mario.brizida

@mario.brizida Did the latest update fix the problem for you?


Chris Benner
Industry Community Manager – Design & Manufacturing


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