Inventor General Discussion

Inventor General Discussion

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view update issue in inventor drawing (green color arrows on the view)...

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06-17-2012 08:32 AM

when i place a view in the drawing, am getting green color arrows on the view.....


and updating symbol in the model browser....

its not going at all.....


i have intel xeon workstation with 8gb ram....


whats the solution for this....???

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Re: view update issue in inventor drawing (green color arrows on the view)...

06-17-2012 04:01 PM in reply to: shuaib_cad

This is based on system speed and model complexity. Make sure your model is fully up to date before placing in your drawing (Inventor will have to build/assemble the IAM before placing in the IDW). Having a part with a lot of small features will bring Inventor to it's knee's. The use of View Reps and LOD's will help speed up drawing view placement.


I good example would be a boiler end plate with 1000 holes. Pattern a few holes in one corner and use a Split-Face to show the area that would be propagated with holes.


Since you didn't post a picture of your drawing/model, one can only generalize on operating practices, as well as more detailed system spec's. Xeon processors have been out for quite some time. We could be looking at a machine that is +8 years old and getting long in the tooth.


Other programs could be running in the back-ground, slowing your system down. A slow Hard-Drive or file scanning from A/V software. Files could be stored on a server with high network overhead, reducing model load times.

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