Is there a way to control color print quality that matches the in-canvas look of a part or assembly.
As a quick example, I have a Kelly Green wire visible within an assembly. When I print the assembly within a .idw drawing file, the Kelly Green turns very dark.
Is it possible to specify a particular lighting setting to be used when printing?
I'm expecting to see color print output that matches closely to what I see when viewing either a model or an assembly.
I'm using Inventor 2013.
Thank you in advance for your assistance in this matter!
It is controlled within the Appearance>Settings: for the "Two Lights". Sometime the items are within the "shadow" and appear darker because of this.
Thanks Blair for the reply!
I'm not at a machine right now. Is it possible to change the lighting settings to some other value prior to printing?
Not prior to printing, the color view in the Iso view comes from the two-light setting from the modeling environment. It may require creating a new lighting style depending on the angles of the lights and the position of the components within the model.
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