Issues creating Drawing for Big Layouts

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  • #4136

    vidi
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    Hi all,

    I am using VC professional. I am unable to make 2D drawing from a very big layout.  The software gets stuck at a point as shown in the attached image and later gives not responding msg. Are there any tricks  to make 2D drawing from a big layout without getting the software stuck?

    Thanks.

     

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    #4138

    Ralle
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    Hi,

    You can try to use a less creation quality for 2d drawings.

    Otherwise you should contact the support of Visual Components.

    br/Ralle

    #4251

    fymhappy
    Participant

    Hello, i have a very high-end computer for creating Drawings from VERY big layout.

    if you need help, please feel free to send me an email:

    wanchun.yan@reisrobotics.cn

    #4294

    vidi
    Participant

    Thanks a lot @fymhappy 🙂 I already forwarded the issue to support.

    #4363
    ccamilo
    ccamilo
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    Hello,

    I wonder if the the solution given by Ralle works for you. Usually that option speeds the generation quite a lot.

    #4365

    vidi
    Participant

    Hi, It works for me when I select the medium level; but many of the lines go missing ; which should be expected maybe as it is mentioned there.  But it would have been useful if the lines don’t go missing.

     

    #4391
    ccamilo
    ccamilo
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    By the way, the application does not get stuck, it just takes a lot of time to finish the task (maybe hours…) but eventually it will finish. The reason for this is that, in cases of big layouts, there are a lot of lines that should be evaluated in order to determine if they are visible or not, or if they need to be cut.

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