is probably not an Acad 2008 command coz it says is't an unknown
command. However i've tried FACETRATIO command which says: FACETRATIO
Controls the aspect ratio of faceting for cylindrical and conic solids.
A setting of 1 increases the density of the mesh to improve the quality
of rendered and shaded models.
0 Creates an N by 1 mesh for cylindrical and conic solids 1 Creates an
N by M mesh for cylindrical and conic solids How can you set the "N"
and "M" values?
It didn't work either.
you set as the facet deviation defines the maximum distance from the
chord to the arc, the chord being an edge that is created from faceting
the curve, to the true mathematical arc. The facet deviation has a
range of greater than zero (0) and no upper limit.
number of facets is 8. For example, when you create a cylinder mass
element with a 1' radius, and specify a FACETDEV value of 1', the
cylinder has 8 faces."
Now you know.
Try ISOLINES - this works great for me!! I'm using 3D Solids and isolines affects everything - even objects that have been subtracted or joined.
But be careful! going very high will seriously slow you down!
Try slow and go up. To see the effect, change ISOLINES to 1 then command REGEN then change ISOLINES to 2 and then command REGEN to see the result.
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