I have created a solid model which works fine (fully defined and solved), however, the orientation of the assembly (i.e. global csys) is actually upside-down to what it would be in real-life (global Y-axis is pointing downwards, not upwards).
As a result, I used the move-function in SpaceClaim to rotate the entire CAD model 180 degrees. The problem is that, after I rotated the model, some of the faces of the solid model in Workbench appear to be missing.
The image below shows an example of this. This is one of the many bodies in my model. The bottom face appears to be missing - I think that it's because the the surface normal is pointing into the bodies instead of out of the body.
In addition, the rotated bodies with missing surfaces appear to be 'hollow'. This is very obvious when I create a cross-section.
This does not appear to be a problem in SpaceClaim. In SpaceClaim, there are no surfaces missing, all surface-normals are correct and the bodies appear to be solid (as they should be). This problem also does not appear when I just translate the model.
Would anyone be able to help me with this? I attached an archive file of both the original and rotated/faulty model for reference.