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Does anybody have the same issue; if i try to render a filleted solid i get black lines on the edges close to the camera if a displacement map is used.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Those aren't black lines but holes in the model, due to applied displacement map (number of 3D faces are "lifted" along the normal so there is a gap between the faces on the edge). Try to lower the displacement distance. Instead of fillet try to use chamfer of the edges.

This one is with  only 1mm displacement;the following as meshed solid/meshoption command applied;it seems to be that meshing/increasing the polygon count solves the problem.

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