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Your rendering could not be rendered because an error occurred.

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stovri
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Your rendering could not be rendered because an error occurred.

I am trying to render my project using the cloud renderer, and it consistently gives me the error message: "Your rendering could not be rendered because an error occurred." I was able to open a previous version and render it from the cloud. I rebuilt the entire project, and tested the rendering at each step, and I could not find where it was failing. However, the new model has recently having the same problem. 

 

Here is the original model:

https://a360.co/48NvOPf

Here is the rebuilt and updated model:

https://a360.co/3V8Z3ZE

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Message 2 of 11

@stovri I can already see that clicking on either of the models that we cannot even generate the preview. So certainly something going on and would be surprised if rendering worked. Taking a look at the design now. In your data panel does the latest version of these files have thumbnails? 

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@stovri 

Team 7125 - Tigerbotics Nice 🙂 

My son is in his high school robotics too!

 

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Message 4 of 11

Yes, the thumbnails are there.

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Message 5 of 11

@stovri Have been investigating the "original" file. So far it seems like motor beam and bottom beam are contributing to the issue. If you open them in Fusion team and try to generate viewables they cannot be generated. once I eliminate these two (delete ) from "Frame Legs" and then save all the upward assemblies, I can start generating viewable which means rendering also will work. 

I need to figure out what is special in Motor beam and bottom beam. 

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@stovri Try to generate rendering for Frame legs and it will fail. This is the root assembly where the failure is starting. Bottom beam and motor beam by themselves are ok in generating render but when they come together in Frame legs there seems to be som issue. Still investigating. 

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Motor Beam and Bottom Beam are part of the Maslow M2 CNC machine. I had made a model of it to help visualize the placement of the Intake Sidewall while it was being cut. I can just remove it and it would not have an appreciable effect on the model. It is surprising that the model of the CNC machine would have any effect on the rendering of the robot.

Message 8 of 11

@stovri Maslow M2 is where I was heading towards and the one in the manufacturing environment. Once you remove it and save I think everything else should go through fine. 

It just may be a defect on our side on how we generate viewable that may be causing this limitation. 

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Message 9 of 11

I deleted the CNC machine and remade it without the CAD model for it. The rendering works now! Thank you so much for your prompt response!

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Best of luck to your son's team!
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Thank you!

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