I try to upload a new model on ShapeDiver and I get an error message:
"Oops! The server encountered an issue with your model:
Computation of your model failed. Please ask for help on the forum, including the reference shown below in your message.
My model is quite simmple but I want to include parametric lattice elements. So I used Dendro among various plugins which here is the list:
DendroGH | Version=0.9.0.0
WeaverBird.Gh.CommonSdk | Version=0.9.0.1
Pufferfish | Version=22.214.171.124
ShapeDiverForGrasshopper | Version=126.96.36.199
Meshedit2000 | Version=188.8.131.52
The definition works perfectly locally and gives the desired result after 2.9 seconds of calculation. Do you have any idea what could be the problem ?
Note: the GH file was saved on Rhino6, and the problem seems to be similar with Rhino7
thanks a lot
Only some Dendro components work on ShapeDiver. Could you check if there is any disallowed component in your definition? See the list here:
Also make sure that the definition was saved in Rhino 6.
Thanks for your answer.
Of course, I’ve already check that the Dendro components I used where approved by SD. No vRead or vWrite components are used.
The GH file I mentioned was built in Rhino 7 but re-open and saved in RH6…
It’s hard to tell without a closer look on the model. Could you post a minimal version of the definition replicating the issue?
Yes, sure. I’ll prepare that.
By the way, the (single) mesh I try to display is quite huge (due to Dendro) the number of face is about 450K. is there a limite of face number that could be displayed by SD ?
I tried to use ReduceMesh (Pufferfish) but the computational time grow up to 14sec… uncool ^^
The limit is 65,536 vertices per file part so split any larger meshes into smaller chunks.
Alternatively, you might consider using the SDDisplayExternalGeometry for large static meshes to speed up your model, more here .
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