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    andersen window issue

    The window grills show up in the regular 3D view but when I go to render it...... No grill show up in the rendereded image. Any ideas?
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    #2
    I think those are internal grilles and, if so, the glass is too reflective to see through. Either too reflective or too dark inside so a little reflectivity goes a long way (just like IRL).
    Greg McDowell Jr
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      #3
      ive turned the reflective all the way down and it still comes out like that Ive even tried switching to a regular glass material instead of andersens.

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        #4
        Too dark inside. Just like in real life, it turns to a mirror. Renderings make it even more mirror like.
        Greg McDowell Jr
        about.me/GMcDowellJr

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          #5
          I'm a noob. Is there any easy way to move the grilles to the outside

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            #6
            Originally posted by cc1012 View Post
            I'm a noob. Is there any easy way to move the grilles to the outside
            why would you do that? The grilles don't occur on the outside in an Anderson window...never change objects for the sake of looking better in an output IMO
            I'm retired, if you don't like it, go around!

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              #7
              Originally posted by cc1012 View Post
              I'm a noob. Is there any easy way to move the grilles to the outside
              If you want that, you need to specify different windows that have muntin grilles on the actual outside of the glazing.

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                #8
                I know this thread is a few days old, but it struck me as odd all the same. It doesn't have anything to do with the muntins; it has to do with the glazing (e.g. its reflectivity)...IMHO. Easily verifiable by turning off the glazing visibility in the view and re-rendering. Betcha they show up fine then. Also, you could experiment with different times of day, or seasons, to get the muntins to show through (assuming your glazing has a transparency factor).

                My two cents. Good Luck.

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