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Printing PDFs / JPGs - hatch / super hatch errors

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busseynova

Hi. Me again:roll:

 

How do you print PDFs - that is not that I don't know how to do it at all, but I wonder if there's a better way than I'm currently using. Using the Adobe PDF printer, or the ACAD 'DWG to PDF' printer to print from a scaled viewport within a layout, I tend to get all kinds of errors all over my hatch and image hatch areas, like in the picture below.

 

Increasing the resolution loads - to 1200dpi, doesn't seem to do anything.

 

Ultimately I also export the PDF to a flat JPG as the layered nature of the PDF usually makes it painfully slow to load and would crash most of my clients computers. So what I am saying is if there's a way to bypass the PDF printers and print straight to high res JPG that might be good. I realise there's the JPGOUT command, but this just exports a 72dpi image as far as I remember.

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Tankman

I print to Adobe Pro. The resulting *.pdf file can be saved in numerous formats.

One of which does a great job, save as, JPEG.

 

I often "crop" the *.pdf and output (save) what I want to *.jpg.

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nukecad

90+% of people I know use CUTEPDF

 

Its free to download off the web and I personally have never had a problem with it.

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