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rhino:print_weight [2015/09/14]
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rhino:print_weight [2016/02/04] (current)
sandy
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-===== When I print to the printer or plotter my lines are very faint. ​ How do I assign print widths to my Rhino model? ===== +======Faint Lines in Printing====== 
-  * **Print widths** are available for 2D object ​like curves (line, circles, arc, freeform), hatch, text and dimensions. + 
-  * **Print widths** are __not__ available for 3D objects like surfaces and polysurface. +=====Question===== 
-In Rhino, you can assign print widths in ways:+ 
 +When I print to the printer or plotter my lines are very faint. ​ How do I assign print widths to my Rhino model? ​ 
 + 
 +=====Answer===== 
 + 
 +  * **Print widths** are available for 2-D objects ​like curves (line, circles, arc, freeform), hatch, text and dimensions. 
 +  * **Print widths** are __not__ available for 3-D objects like surfaces and polysurface. 
 +In Rhino, you can assign print widths in three ways:
  
 1. Assign the **print width** to the layer. 1. Assign the **print width** to the layer.
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-3. Assign the default **print width** in the Print dialog.+3. Assign the default **print width** in the print dialog.
 {{:​rhino:​plot_wieght03.png?​600|}} {{:​rhino:​plot_wieght03.png?​600|}}
  
-To view your **print width** before printing, use the PrintDisplay command, and set the State to ON.+To view your **print width** before printing, use the PrintDisplay command, and set the State to **ON**.
  
   Command: PrintDisplay   Command: PrintDisplay
rhino/print_weight.txt · Last modified: 2016/02/04 by sandy