Still having the problem. I used (what I assume was) the updated tutorial, so I tried the 16-core option first. I got the error 3 times in a row, so I tried some other methods (change to 32 cores, even tried 8 cores, change cell count from 30 to 31, bound size, etc) and I am still having problems, so can’t do the second wing run. I double-checked all the settings/values, couldn’t find anything wrong there…maybe send this to the engineers?
Problem only occurred with the winglet mesh. Chrome 53, Windows 7 64-bit.
Could it be a problem where the mesh for the winglet and the main wing meet perhaps? Could be that the join, while technically seamless between the 2 objects, might cause the problem where a random cell vert lands on the seam, especially with the high tesselation.