We are having trouble with fills not staying behind CAD lines, even when the priority is set up correctly
eg: view in CAD space vs printing preview below
If we have drawn CAD first and then filled the fills will lay on top (and print this way)
When the fill is put down first and the CAD is drawn on top it will print fine
This is a nightmare when 99% of the time the fills will be after the CAD!
i CAN BET YOU ARE IN A 3D FILE. This occurs in an extraction that goes straight into a 3d file or straight to a sheet.
Is the file referenced or open live a 3d file - if yes make it be in a 2d file the problem will go away
This will affect hatches, fill etc and where 3d elements get confused when they share the same space
and you have to be careful of reference order too.
Ustn since 1988SS4 - i7-3.45Ghz-16 Gb-250/1Tb/1Tb-Win8.1-64bEric D. MilbergerArchitect + Master Planner + BIMSenior Master Planner NASA - Marshall Space Flight CenterThe Milberger Architectural Group, llc
I am in a drawing file. there are no references in this situation just purely CAD.
But with this process you are printing a 3d model in to 2d
you either have one item hidden by the other or both in the same plane.
If in the same plan you could see in your print all or partial or non e of the "X"
You need to follow a process for printing without issues
Create 3d model
Create SV or DV in Model
Create 2d for Annotations of that Mode and Reference the SV or DV above
Then Print from that 2d
For in my office example:I have lots of models that make up a master model
In this master I create a lot of DVs and SVs
I then Create 2d sheet for Plan1, plan2, elevation1, etc
I reference the DV into the plan and Annotation
If I did not do it this was but annotated in the 3d - I find the annotations disappear as everything is trying to compete within the single plane and will cause all kids of issues. Which of your items is the most important if they are all in the same plane
3d model with NO annotation
2d Plans, elevation and sections with DV that are now annotated