Hi. I want to know if anyone can help me. I have problems with my assembly. Which, when im save it and then open it later, loses the image quality of the components. I hope someone can help me. Best Regards
Welcome to the forum. It looks like your Assembly might be set to display as "Shaded". If it is, try "Shaded with Edges" instead.
Maybe check that Large Assembly mode is deselected in your system options
Thank you very much for your kind response. I have made the suggested adjustment, but the problem persists.
Check image quality and save tessellation setting
Maybe I am mistaken but I think the "Save Tessellation with Part Document" checkbox is only available in part files and not assembly files. All my assemblies I try to look at the feature for is greyed out automatically selected.
Yes that is correct that it is available for parts only. But if you've don't have it selected then part may not show up correctly in view only mode, assembly LDR mode, edrawings, etc.
Thank you very much gentle gentleman. Your advice was correct.
Now I have the following problem with the zoom of my image. Because it is very far.I tried to adjust it without good results. Because when I change the view the object appears to me very far and I must approach it to be able to edit it. Which makes me lose a lot of time. As I can definitely adjust the zoom of the image?
One of your component is far away from assembly origin/rest of assembly components. Use this tool to find that out
Thank you very much for your prompt response. But this tool does not show me the far component.
A slightly more tedious way to go about figuring out the "far" component, would be to right click on components/sub-assemblies one at a time and hit "Isolate" then use the "zoom to fit" command. As this method will remove all the other items from viewport it should let you know which item is far out.
Or a far simpler option would be to simply drag a box around the area that shouldn't have any features and see what highlights in the tree. Then isolate this component and zoom to fit on it.
See #23 at Frequently Asked Forum Questions.
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