Can you pls send me one of the big assemblies causing this error and I will take a closer look.
You will need to rotate your part if you do this.
Alternatively, place an Inventor plane to use as the ground plane.
You would get a Cuda error similar to "Can't connect node '?????'
I downloaded and rendered the files in the attachment and got no error - sorry.Please, try to render files in attachment.
I may have used very thin box rather than a plane. Any flat 3d surface can be used as the ground plane.Does standart Inventor plane renders in Octane?
I downloaded and rendered the files in the attachment and got no error
If you can give me some more info on the issue, or a sample file showing the problem, I can look into it in more detail. If you have a material "Steel" in assembly A which is blue, and a material "Steel" in assembly B which is green - the plugin can only handle one Steel material, so it will use the first one encountered. So if you have duplicated material names in parts, they should be the same Octane material - or rename them so they are unique. I hope that helps a little....This is definitely materials problem. Part materials was reassigned to green in test assembly. When I have changed it to original part colour, problem is disappeared.
Maybe localisation is a problem, like in node error?
Octane assumed Y is UP. Whilst I can trick the plugin into using as up, things like Perspective Correction and Daylight then do not work correctly. So the best setting for Inventor is Y = UP.And it is possible to add function that change default Octane axis?
Hi Viacheslav - I don't get that Cuda error when I render that scene. Could you pls post a screenshot of the plugin Settings/Configuration dialog pls?Maybe this will help. File of assembly is the same - "test".
Could you pls post a screenshot of the plugin Settings/Configuration dialog pls?
Can you post a screenshot of the Setting dialog pls?All settings is standard.
There is no Visibility option for a weld. How are you hiding it pls?- welding is visible always in render, even if it hidden.
Can provide an scene which demonstrates this problem pls?- its impossible to attach materials to some parts in assemblies. They rendering as white and don't response when I click on them in Octane viewport. This is floating problem. Each time the problem parts are different.
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