Dynamo Core 2.1-2.3 sandbox can't resolve nodes

Hi,
tried to install Dynamo Core Runtime V2.1 and 2.3 but I always get error messages

Tried to copy the missing files from libg… folders in the root directory of sandbox.exe. Then files are found til I get the error:

The type initializer for ‘Autodesk.LibG.LibGPINVOKE’ threw an exception.

From here I don’t know further…

This happens to every file I open in sandbox on this machine.

I already deleted previous Dynamo Studio versions. Please advice how this sandbox solution should work!

Best,
Andreas

Do you have a version of other Autodesk core products (AutoCAD, Revit, Alias, etc) installed as well?

Thanks for replying,
yes indeed, Alias, MAX, MAYA.

Have DynamoAlias V2.0 installed on another machine and there it works fine.

Also Dynamo studio 2017 worked fine with other ADSk Apps.

Is this an issue?

right now you’ll need Revit or Civil3d installed, sandbox only looks for those currently, it could look for others though - will look into this.

Dear Michael,
before spending hours again on installing, testing and clean up of diffrent versions of sandbox , is there any update to this topic. Is it possible to run with other ADSK software installed and without revit or civil3D?

Appreciate your feedback

no, this is still limited to these products - we have this tracked in the backlog though.

Hello, @JacobSmall
Sandbox(2.10) geometry node works fine on my two PC.
but it does not on my laptop. I already have Autocad 2021 on it.
Can you check this part?
I don’t want my laptop to get heavy with other programs I don’t use.
Thanks!

Can you post the Dynamo log file from your laptop?

@JacobSmall
This is the Dynamo Log file below.

dynamoLog_2981ae9e-2ced-4966-b3e0-56eddd2c09d4.txt (3.4 KB)

Daily build, Core 2.12.0.4485 is no problem! :slight_smile:

Happy!! haha

@JacobSmall

*** I hope you understand if there are any mistakes in my English with Google Translator in a long and sensitive discussion. ***

Should I give up on having the latest builds of the sandbox? After one is resolved, another issue appears. So sad.

In this build, the point, circle, and cuboid nodes work fine, but this time, ‘TSplinSurface.ImportFromTSM’ node doesn’t work on my laptop. (My laptop is in the same condition I mentioned above)

I’ve been spending too much time in the last 1 weeks trying to solve these related problems.

Clearly, it is stable to just use a built-in Dynamo version such as Revit.
But as Fusion360 user like me… when we want to try to use Dynamo, It is too inefficient and burdensome to install heavy programs like Revit.

For 2 weeks I tried to use Dynamo Sandbox as Stand-alone program but eventually I thought Sandbox is not perfect indivisual one. Geometry nodes don’t work without a Autodesk Program. Also, even if you have an Autodesk product, it may not work depending on the sandbox version. In my case I have Autocad 2020, but the geometry nodes only work fine with daily build 2.12.0.

I want to use Dynamo but don’t want my Computer to get heavy with other programs I don’t use.

So, is Dynamo Studio the right answer ‘Dynamo for fusion360’?

Fusion 360 users ask me.
“I want to use Dynamo with Fusion, what kind of dynamo should I install?” And “Why Dynamo Studio version is much lower than the other Dynamo?”.

While we search for the learning source of Dynamo we can find somthing more about 2.x than Studio(1.x).

I have found that these versions are not compatible on some nodes. The interface has changed a lot, and the operating environment of Python and Node is different. I think it’s a very important thing for those who study.
I have been trying to evangelize Dynamo to Fusion 360 users by showing examples of using Fusion 360 and Dynamo together, but I am upset that the barrier to entry gets high due to the difference between the versions from the installation.

What I want most is that Dynamo get built-in Fusion 360 and apart from this, I think that Dynamo Studio, which is a paid and completely standalone, also has to update to the version is same as the other Dynamo’s version. It’s the right direction.