this is merely a question for plot options but since we just recently started to plot from Inventor, I need a
little help pulling the right levers.
I noticed the lines are to thick when i plot from Inventor, therefore a profiled sheeting looks almost black
in isometrical view.
We´re using a HP Designjet T790PS 44In PS3, but we dont have an extra raster image processor, therefore
printing is a little slow. I already thought about taking it back to AutoCAD by savind the *.idw to a DWG file,
because of the plotfile settings in AutoCAD.
Any hint or link to a tutorial is very welcome.
Thanks in advance
You can set your lineweight in the Styles Editor.
That almost did. Placing 130 meters of trapezoidal sheet and viewing it in
an isometric view is just to much. But it got better and we will just simplify
the trapezoidal to get a better view.
For the detail view we simply do another page in the *.idw and turn off the
layer "visible" in which the overlaying lines are that are still there when prin-
ted in 0,01 mm.
Thank you for the help
as JDMather said, lineweights are controlled in the styles editor, which by default are all set the same.
.... lineweights are controlled in the styles editor, which by default are all set the same.
Mine are not the same?
and this is the default (for metric, inch is similar)?
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