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After clicking run in motion view and the model has solved , then I click on the animate button and I get an error saying H3D file not generated or has been moved. I don't know if my hyperview isn't creating the animated file.

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Several models have given me the same error, and after research I find that hyperview/mesh will generate the H3D file. But it doesn't seem like it's working on mine. Motion solve generates XML file but no H3D file

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Hello Teke, 

Can you please upload the .log file of your model?

Probably the simulation did not complete well and therefore no .h3d was generated. Please check if there is any error in the solver run .log file.

 

Best regards, 

Felipe.

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It's also possible that the model didn't run at all.  Did you get a message window pop up when launching the run?  If not, then it's almost 100% you don't have the solvers installed or correctly installed.  Note, MotionSolve does not write out an .xml file, that is the input to MotionSolve

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On 4/3/2019 at 12:52 PM, Chris Coker said:

It's also possible that the model didn't run at all.  Did you get a message window pop up when launching the run?  If not, then it's almost 100% you don't have the solvers installed or correctly installed.  Note, MotionSolve does not write out an .xml file, that is the input to MotionSolve

 

How then do I get the solver so that I can install it

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Part of the issue might be your file naming convention.   "filename.mdl..xml" is likely going to create issues with the workflow.   A MotionSolve run file should look like "filename.xml"

 

Also you are using a very old version (13) of Hyperworks.  I would recommending updating as our tools have improved a lot since version 13.

 

Chris

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