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  1. This has been bugging me for some time now. I'm trying to recreate an imported mesh(box) using the MeshBuilder and the boundingInfo of the imported model. The issue happens when I start scaling the model(In 3Ds Max). Look at the following example: https://www.babylonjs-playground.com/#070GWA The meshes line up perfectly using the extendSize and centerWorld. But as soon as I start scaling the models, the following happens: https://www.babylonjs-playground.com/#070GWA#1 I tried a few things without any success: https://www.babylonjs-playground.com/#070GWA#2 Can this be done without any matrix magic?
  2. I think I've come across a bug with how SceneLoader handles positioning. Not sure yet whether this is BJS 2.4, or the FBXExporter code that is being used to generate a .babylon file from the FBX that I exported from Blender. When I load this file: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BzfS-gwTfPBtMFp1bzg5N1BLOWM using BABYLON.SceneLoader.load() I can't get the correct BoundingInfo for the lower equalizer bars (38_EQBars001); it provides the same bounding info as the upper equalizer bars (37_EQBars002). e.g. for (i = 0; i < myScene.meshes.length; i++){ myScene.meshes[i].refreshBoundingInfo(); console.log("found mesh with min: id = "+myScene.meshes[i].id+", "+myScene.meshes[i].getBoundingInfo().minimum.y+", and max"+myScene.meshes[i].getBoundingInfo().maximum.y); } returns the same min and max Y values for both equalizer meshes; even though they display correctly (e.g. not the same positions). If you analyze the JSON of the .babylon file; you'll notice the position values for both meshes are almost identical. What is different is the rotation quaternion for both meshes - which makes sense because to create the 2nd set of equalizer bars, I cloned the first set and then rotated them into position; Thus my theory at this stage is that either the FBXConverter or BJS 2.4 aren't taking this into consideration. I also read this forum: However, using setTimeout in conjunction with refreshBoundingInfo() doesn't seem to have any positive effect. The downside of this all is that I can't tangentially position this model next to anything else as I don't have correct bounding info. Any help would be much appreciated.