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  1. Thanks Cerbera, I'll that a try.
  2. Hi Cerbera, no it's not properly UV mapped. The projection of the material is UVW Mapping. Rich
  3. Hi, I need some help trying to work out why I’m getting a sort of chequerboard effect on my metallic material when rendered. I have posted the render so you can see what I’m talking about. It only seems to be happening on the bevelled area below the black plastic cap and it looks like it’s following the polygons of the bevel. The metal material has 2 reflectance layers. Layer 1 is an Anisotropic type and layer 2 is a Beckmann type. I’m using the Beckmann layer to create the grunge effect by using a Layer Mask and using one of my own texture images. If I turn off Layer 2 and do a render region of the problem area the chequerboard disappears. So it must be something to do with my Beckmann grunge layer. I want to make the grunge layer work as it’s giving the effect I want, so does anyone have any ideas how I can get rid of the chequerboard? Thanks RichB