I have been a user of Rhino for a while now, but am only recently trying to use it for my drafting also, instead of AutoCAD. I am using layouts and all goign pretty well. But I am having trouble getting good line quality and general definition of the print when printing to pdf. I am using a licenced pdf print driver, and I have gone in there and made the settings the highest dpi (2400). I have tried both vector and raster output. Generally the raster output is better. But the files come out very small in size , and when I zoom in, the resolution is really bad on the pdf. Any tips on how to make better pdf prints of layouts?
Slightly related, I have some files that the line types are all too fat. The text comes out nice and crisp, but the lines are terrible. Short of going through and adjusting all in the model, I would have thought I could override all to ahirline thickness in the plot dialog box. But it looks like it is already set to this as it is currently as “Scale by 1.0” and “Default Line Width Hairline”. Any tips for this?
Thanks in advance for your help!