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[branched] missing detail in rendor

Community Beginner ,
Feb 06, 2019 Feb 06, 2019

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I am having a similar problem. In my case, my render of a model that came from a STEP file lacks all detail in the render (i.e., the detail that is clearly visible when working in the Design view).

DESIGN VIEW:

Model_DesignView.png

RENDERED VIEW:

Model_RenderView.png

I've tried cranking up the lighting all the way, moving the lighting around, etc., but it always comes out as solid black.

FYI -- all my other projects originated from a SLDPRT 3D model or an IGES 3D model, and those always come out great as photo-realistic images with lots of clarity and detail. However, this one converted from a STEP 3D model has been very difficult.

Thanks for any help you can provide on this.

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Community Beginner , Feb 06, 2019 Feb 06, 2019

So I saw the suggestion to the other post about changing rendering engines. I tried switching to the V-ray engine and that worked great. This is what I wanted all along.

Model_Render_Vray.png

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So I saw the suggestion to the other post about changing rendering engines. I tried switching to the V-ray engine and that worked great. This is what I wanted all along.

Model_Render_Vray.png

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