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Stefan

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March 17, 2019 - 6:32 am
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Sorry, Tom, you’re in Project Mode of course. You cannot display the machining in the 3D anyway.

Your project seems to run ok at our end currently. The software doesn’t normally have too many issues like this. How much RAM do you have? Are you close to your disk storage space limit?

Are you having the same problems with other projects, such as the example projects in the Quick Design libraries.

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March 15, 2019 - 9:57 am
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Hi Stefan,

Thanks for the reply, however I cant find a way to turn off the visuals for the hardware. There is a 3D tooling option but this is greyed out and doesn’t seem to do anything. 

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Hi Tom, it’s a good idea to turn off the hardware visuals in the 3D for large projects. No problem having it all applied, not turn off the visuals. Thanks

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Hi, I have been working on a project with multiple cabinets. I have found that when going into the 3D view in project mode my PC is struggling and then crashing with the message ‘out of memory’. I then run the same project on my laptop and whilst it doesn’t crash it is very slow to work with. 

Both my PC and laptop having being running Autocad without these issues. I also have a CAD model (dwg) of the same project that works without any problems when working as a solid model (not rendered). 

The polyboard project has all the fittings and manufacturing methods applied. Is this something that would require large amounts of memory?

I have attached the project. 

Regards

Tom

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