hi Chris, your video got deleted.
if you've got not error messages my first thought is to check the settings for the bearings and to check if soft springs is enabled.
also assuming here you don't have gravity or anything enabled.
what constraints the out of plane motion?
first thing i might suggest is eliminating the bearings and making them fixed just to see what happens.
I ended up creating a duplicate of that model that ran fine.
I tried both with and without soft springs and that didn't change it.
I don't have gravity included (although I should have).
There are 2 points on the laminate that are restricted in the plane (green dots at ends of laminate in 1st picture).
There were never any errors or warnings during solving.
The most bizarre part is that the stresses and forces are the same. It is like it somehow simply got confused in the post processing portion and used a bogus picture. For good or bad, as soon as I saw the duplicate was correct I deleted the original to avoid confusion so I can't investigate further.
I had defined the displacements on the OD surface using the same split lines as for the bearings originally. But in testing that variation again it does not recreate the unexpected graphics. I'm not as concerned because the stress and displacement data are consistent, I'm willing to accept a graphics glitch.
Thanks for the suggestions.