Adding to scene from array of mesh - t is undefined in three.js - what am i missing?

I got rid of all my fluff to make this example and hoping it makes it easier for you to help me.

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The only difference between the two is, scene.add() is commented out.

I create arrays of geometry, materials, then meshes. Everything looks good, the mesh is mesh. but adding to scene is a no go. Hope someone can point me in the right direction.


best, newb


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my solution that works, except the color, i will fix that later…
each material, mesh, is named in sequence and also pushed to an array for accessing without getting any objects by id/name. its also a much smaller block of code now. thanks to this posts reply by Sammy…

const loader = new THREE.STLLoader();
const meshArray = [];
const matArray = [];
const fileList = [β€œ”, β€œ”, β€œ”, β€œ” ];

var callback = function ( geometry ) {
const matColors = [β€œ0xE2D4B7”, β€œ0xAF9164”, β€œ0x437C90”, β€œ0x9EBC9E”, β€œ0xFCAB64”, β€œ0xAE8799”, β€œ0x496DDB”, β€œ0x717EC3”, β€œ0xC95D63”, β€œ0xF2AF29”];
var mats = new THREE.MeshPhongMaterial({
color: matColors[i],
specular: 0x555555,
shininess: 10
mats.side = THREE.DoubleSide;
mats.transparent = true;
mats.opacity = 1; = β€œmaterial” + i;
matArray.push( mats );
console.log( mats );
var mesh = new THREE.Mesh( geometry, mats );
mesh.position.set(0, 0, 0);
mesh.rotation.set(5.5, 0, 0); = β€œmesh” + i;
console.log( mesh );
scene.add( mesh );
if (i < fileList.length) // put the next load in the callback
loader.load( fileList[i], callback ) ;

i = 0;
loader.load( fileList[i], callback );