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Problem with model's graphic

Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor

Hello to all,

Could someone help me to set my NX 11 to avoid graphic problems like this?

NVIDIA drivers are up to date.

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Any help is very appreciated.

 

Danijel

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Re: Problem with model's graphic

Siemens Honored Contributor Siemens Honored Contributor
Siemens Honored Contributor
MB3 > Fit (in the graphics display).

Re: Problem with model's graphic

Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor

Hi @BenBroad

Yes, but it will probably happen again .

Do you know the reason why it happens?

 

 

Re: Problem with model's graphic

Legend
Legend
Hi

Clipping planes are invisible planes that NX creates by default, in front of and behind the model.
•You cannot remove clipping planes from 3D views.
•The Fit command resets clipping planes so that they do not intersect the front and back of the model.

Please refer NX Documentation for detail.

https://docs.plm.automation.siemens.com/tdoc/nx/10.0.3/nx_help/#uid:index_xid820118:view_vie_cameras...

 Sunkap Ahn, Senior Support Engineer


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Re: Problem with model's graphic

Siemens Valued Contributor Siemens Valued Contributor
Siemens Valued Contributor

Hi,

 

Visualization preferences may be of help to you.

 [Visualization Preferences] - [View/Screen]tab - [Disable Auto Z Clipping Planes Update for Fit]

 

This option does not automatically update the clipping plane.
Enable this option after defining a clip plane of sufficient size to display larger objects.

 

 

example

 1. Create a large body that can completely cover the target

 2. Fit

 

 The clipping plane will be updated to a size that its body can fully display.

 

 3. Set preferences of Visualization on.

 4. Delete large body.

 

[Caution]

This Preferences is valid only for sessions.(A customer default set may be required)

The clipping plane defined in the above step is valid only in the work view(camrea) of that part file.

Re: Problem with model's graphic

Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor

Thank you for your clear explanation!

 

Best,

Danijel