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Some walls are transparent in a rendering.

A - answer In a model converted from Architectural Desktop to VIZ some walls are rendered as transparent (missing) - have probably wrong face normals.

In the DWGLink settings switch on Unify normals - this makes face normals (back and front) look "standard". Alternatively, you can use double-side face rendering - choose 2-sided on the selected material. Switch off the "Backface cull" setting on the object level.
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30.10.2003    8049x  
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applies to: AutoCAD Architecture · AutoCAD · VIZ · 3ds Max ·

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