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Rotate_Extrude Problem

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Posted · Rotate_Extrude Problem

I am trying to follow the Extruding a Polygon example in the OpenSCAD User Manual. I am getting a Preview result as shown in the attached photo. The Preview seems to have inherited the nominal 1 unit thickness of the polygon shape. When I progress to the Render function I get the following warnings:

Rendering Polygon Mesh using CGAL...

WARNING: Mixing 2D and 3D objects is not supported.

WARNING: Ignoring 3D child object for 2D operation

At the conclusion of the Render process the graphic displays just a 1 Dimensional red line on the x-axis.

Any idea what I am doing wrong here?

Rotate_Extrude.jpg.e3bc516d94b7c35f130c59949cd27538.jpg

Rotate_Extrude.jpg.e3bc516d94b7c35f130c59949cd27538.jpg

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