Cross-hatching should maintain a fixed orientation on 3D objects.
Actually, when turning the 3D, the hatching stays fix to the environment and loses the original orientation on the object.
Hatching in the drawing and in the 3D part should use the same units. Example hatching spacing of .125 in a drawing looks ok, but same spacing in a part is so tight it looks like a solid color.
Hi, thanks for sharing this idea. Is the fundamental issue here that the changing orientation of the hatching relative to the model is a visual nuisance, or are there additional reasons why this is problematic?
I'm not exactly sure when this was implemented, but in Creo 4.0 and later, if you add the following config option to your config.pro setting, it should address the issue:
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