Designspark Blocks Beamer

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Designspark Blocks Beamer

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I use Designspark in combination with FC7
But somehow there is an issue with flowcode V7 beamer. I will upload an attachment to see if someone know how to solve this issue.
Ok lets say the position of the rotating blade doesn't block the beamer. But the beamer still see its light is blocket.
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PulsProc806B.fcfx
TryOutBeamer
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Re: Designspark Blocks Beamer

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Hello,

Please can you also attach the mesh files in a .zip archive, or use primitives objects so we can have a look and try and replicate the problem you're having.

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Re: Designspark Blocks Beamer

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Attached the Mesh File

Thanks for reply

Frank
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Re: Designspark Blocks Beamer

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Hi Frank,

Thanks for the file but there seems to be a lot of mesh files in the project.

I have created a simple working example that hopefully should help you.
BeamBreakDemo.fcfx
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With a mesh you will probably find that the beam break triggers on the bounding box rather than the inner mesh. A way around this might be to create a turbine out of primitive objects.

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Re: Designspark Blocks Beamer

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Thanks for your reply. I allready thought so too. So I might create the same but then buid up from several Mesh objects
Guess no choice. But thanks anyway.

kind regards
Frank

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