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Question Surface face normal direction

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HaiderOfSweden View Drop Down
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote HaiderOfSweden Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27.Aug.2017 at 21:58
Hello Philippe!

I render photorealistic stuff out of my AutoCAD models.
The DWG you saw previously is the part to the right.
You might wonder why I bother with this question if the surfaces are going to end up in 3dsMax anyway where I could flip the normals. But yet, I want to model a fault free model in AutoCAD so that I won't need to do extra adjustments afterwards in 3dsMax...

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Hello HaiderOfSweden, very , very nice result.
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Thank you, Philippe :)
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