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Rough display or circular edges and faces in Inventor.

A - answer If you get too rough display of arcs, circular edges and surfaces in Inventor, you may have set a too low display quality. Increase the display quality settings. Compare e.g. these rough and smooth display settings:  


  You can find this setting in the "Aplication Options" dialog, on the Display tab, in the pane Display > Display quality. To increase the quality of display, you may also want to disable the option "Disable Automatic Refinement".  

  Your display quality may be also influenced by the parameters of your graphics card and by the hardware settings on the tab Application Options > Hardware > Graphics Setting. You will need to restart Inventor after any change in these settings.
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29.5.2017    2422×  
applies to: Inventor 2018 ·

See also:
Tip 10351:Rough display of round objects (e.g. pipes) in Navisworks.
Tip 4747:Smoother arcs in ADT objects (AEC).
Tip 2118:My arcs and circles are not smooth even when VIEWRES is changed.
Tip 1991:Circles and arcs printed from one PC are rough polygons.

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