I’m drafting a pretty normal architectural drawing set in Rhino 5 educational, using Layouts and then Print to make PDFs. Using both CutePDF and Adobe PDF writers, I am getting these fuzzy spiky edges around my solid hatches. It appears to be worse on spline/bezier curve outlined hatches, but still is bad on lines-and-arcs polyline border hatches, and even infects some line-only polyline border hatches.
If I zoom in on the PDF, the spikes are still there although they decrease in size, and I can tell from the refresh-draw render when panning on the PDF that the hatches are made up of thousands of very skinny mesh-like triangles…I have changed the lineweight on my HATCH layer to no avail, it’s currently at Default. Same appearance on different computers and devices when I send the PDF. How to give my hatches a haircut??
Thanks, I see that in your actual fuzzy pdf. Can you please upload the full file to firstname.lastname@example.org (confidential) to my attention, and include a link back to this topic? Also, can you please run SystemInfo in Rhino and copy/paste the results here?
I’m having a similar issue as previously described by MattE.
I’m uploading two pdf’s of the same drawing. One is from my machine and the other is from my colleague. I’m unsure why the lines are printing this way as we are using the same workflow and all of the print settings in Rhino appear to be the same. He is a mac user and I’m on a windows machine.