Ghost in Autocad ?
By Priyanto Honggono on
Product: Autodesk Inventor Professional
Anyone know what happen to my Design ! it is F****** weird.... Please somebody ! Help me solved this problem. My design display is like broken glass ! God Damn ! If you can solved my problem there is a reward !! If you are A man you will become my broth
(06-18-2009 - 03:15pm)
There is a trick to get around this problem. Say for instance you have a 40mm square hole and you need to put a square peg through that hole.... if you make the peg 40mm square then your gona get a bit of bleed through. However, if you make the peg 39.999mm square then the faces no longer occupy the same space and you dont get bleed through!
(06-18-2009 - 03:12pm)
This is bleed through.... it cant be helped within autocad. The system tries to render each face of the part..... however if the faces are right up against each other autocad's calculations see both faces occupying the same space and therefore it combines both faces in the render. It can be a right pain in the arse. Newer softwares get around this problem by having the ability to give one face dominance over the other and therefore not getting this bleed through effect!
(10-08-2008 - 02:46pm)
or problably yours parts are not concting exatly as it should be
(10-05-2007 - 12:09pm)
Looks like you have material inside material make sure you line everything up right
(09-09-2007 - 01:40am)
lol it deid...
Yeah... check you card... : )
(09-05-2007 - 02:16pm)
Also double check that your graphics card is on the compatability list for Mech desktop.
(08-30-2007 - 10:00am)
Oh... OK Mellisa you can take the reward ! You are Know officialy my GIRL friend :D :D :D
he he he Just kiding... Thank you very much for your help !
(08-29-2007 - 02:07pm)
Looks like your graphics card is having a bad day. Look at installing a new driver...