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Hi Everybody.I've made my firts files on Gmax and I with a little problem here.Two of my four objects stops in 90% when I export then.Obvious the Makemdl have a "no find file" error.Did anyone here have a idea of what's going on????Thanks!----------------------------------------------------------------------Fernando Marcatomarcato@pstair.com.brICQ#4947332----------------------------------------------------------------------pstair - all over horizonhttp://www.pstair.com.br/----------------------------------------------------------------------Mapping Brazil - Brazilian Scenery Design Grouphttp://www.mappingbrazil.cjb.net/----------------------------------------------------------------------Congonhas/S

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Make sure you read the error.log file to find out what the real problem is. If you are read the shortened version from your screen, you are not getting the real problem.

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Hi Wsieffert.The error is "Found colocated vertices within triangle" did you know what is this?Thankyou----------------------------------------------------------------------Fernando Marcatomarcato@pstair.com.brICQ#4947332----------------------------------------------------------------------pstair - all over horizonhttp://www.pstair.com.br/----------------------------------------------------------------------Mapping Brazil - Brazilian Scenery Design Grouphttp://www.mappingbrazil.cjb.net/----------------------------------------------------------------------Congonhas/S

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Yup sure do it means that you have 2(or more) vertices in the same place you will have to look at your mesh in "wire frame" from severaldifferent angles until you find the two that are co-located and sincegmax does not have an "easy" way to find the above it might take you a little while to find the offending vertex. Dan

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