I print to pdf some planimetrics, but the logos (image) don't get printed. What can I do?
what is planimetrics?
Dan Bovinich wrote: what is planimetrics?
Dan Bovinich wrote:
As I know it is basically measuring of 2d images and getting area, distance, length, angle, etc. as output.
Welcome to the forum. Like Dan Bovinich, I don't know what you mean by "planimetrics", but I'm going to assume your screenshot is of a title block in a SolidWorks drawing. If that's a valid assumption, then check your settings when printing to pdf, maybe choosing "High Quality Print" instead of "Standard" in the screenshot shown below.
If that doesn't work, I'd suggest trying to save as pdf instead, again checking the settings if you don't get good results the first time.
You might also want to take a look at How can I fix a poor quality PDF saved from a SolidWorks Drawing?
It could also be something as simple as doing a Ctrl Q rebuild prior to pdf'ing the dwg.
Each "printer" that creates PDF files are better or worse at specific things. The Actual Adobe printer that comes with Acrobat Pro works the best for most things except it sometimes makes files larger than other printers that can do the same task. For that specific issue, I had to use a PDF printer from another program we use here called global shop. At least that was my experience from Solid Edge, I have not had to cross that bridge in Solid Works yet.
Sadie Kane wrote: I print to pdf some planimetrics, but the logos (image) don't get printed. What can I do?
Sadie Kane wrote:
Do you "print" to a PDF or do you "Save As PDF"?
If you are printing to a PDF printer driver, what is your driver? And have you tried saving as a PDF instead?
I advise not Printing to PDF at all, but rather Save_As and choose filetype "Adobe Portable Document Format (*.pdf)".
It is useful and meaningful to explore available Options in the [Options] button which appears below File name: and Save as type: fields only after you have selected your file type.
What is the advantage of this way of working?
It works more reliably with less errors. YMMV.
Also, It automatically creates a PDF page size equal to the Drawing Sheet. You don't get misrepresented scales because 1 = 1 .
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