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Line thickness inconsistency (visual styles)

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acad-2020-01-09-12-00-31.png

 

How do you make the thin lines thicker? 

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SLW210

I am guessing this is a 3D Model so I have moved your thread to the AutoCAD 3D Modelling & Rendering Forum.

Which lines are you talking about? Which Visual Style are you using? You might adjust it in "Manage Visual Styles". I don't see the thin lines when I duplicated what you seem to have.

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mzlink
7 hours ago, SLW210 said:

I am guessing this is a 3D Model so I have moved your thread to the AutoCAD 3D Modelling & Rendering Forum.

Which lines are you talking about? Which Visual Style are you using? You might adjust it in "Manage Visual Styles". I don't see the thin lines when I duplicated what you seem to have.

 

When I say the thin lines, i mean the ones around the top for example. "Isolines" they call it. If i turn them off I get an inconsistency of where contourlines are placed on the gray part. Because the lines stop half-way down:

 

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There is still a thin line visible (seam?) on the inner center, but nothing on the edge.

 

 

Custom visual style, I'm trying to get a look that is similar to Sketchy but with materials and textures enabled.

 

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SLW210

If you could post your model it would be easier to see which changes work.

 

I always found these sort of custom looks easier to do in something like Photoshop/GIMP and/or Illustrator/Inkscape after everything is complete with the model.

If I have time I'll try to mess around with some things later, but real busy with work this week.

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5 hours ago, SLW210 said:

If you could post your model it would be easier to see which changes work.

 

I always found these sort of custom looks easier to do in something like Photoshop/GIMP and/or Illustrator/Inkscape after everything is complete with the model.

If I have time I'll try to mess around with some things later, but real busy with work this week.

 

 

https://puu.sh/EZqsL/a2e5f2b0c7.dwg   

(Model is a WIP - otherwise it would be complete part)

 

After more tinkering, it got slightly better:

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But this gives another issue:

 

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That white line is not supposed to be there

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SLW210

Some of those issues seem to be graphics card related. Looks like you are on the right track.

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phuynh

On Visual Style -> set Crease angle = 178

On AutoCAD system variable - > facetres -> set smoothness factor to 10.0

Select objects and set -> Lightweight 1.0 mm or higher (I think this is what you look for)

Here what the objects look:

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