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Decal on a Transparent Material

New Here ,
Dec 06, 2017 Dec 06, 2017

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Hello awesome Adobe fans! I have a fun questions for you. I work for a cup manufacturer and we are stoked on this program. One thing in particular we are hoping to show is our ability to make crystal clear plastic cups. Our top knish in the world of plastic cups is our ability to give clarity in our cups so the cup is see through and/or have inside print. When trying this out on dimensions we yet to have any adobe credits for the stock site that has a "clear plastic" material but, there is a glass featured. When applying the glass feature I was able to make the obj file look very close to our clear plastic cup but, when I go to apply the art it's no where to be seen on the rendering. Any suggestions or is this something that's going to be looked at in a upcoming update?

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Adobe Employee , Dec 07, 2017 Dec 07, 2017

I'd have to see the .obj file to be able to know what's going on.  You can send it in via tickets@adobedimension.com if you want to discuss in private.

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LEGEND ,
Dec 06, 2017 Dec 06, 2017

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davids6913317  wrote

When applying the glass feature I was able to make the obj file look very close to our clear plastic cup but, when I go to apply the art it's no where to be seen on the rendering

i would assume your cup obj is poor quality

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I'd have to see the .obj file to be able to know what's going on.  You can send it in via tickets@adobedimension.com if you want to discuss in private.

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