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Screen Artifacts from surfacing

Screen Artifacts from surfacing

Screen Artifacts from surfacing

(OP)
Hi all,

I'm pretty new to Creo (3)and I've been playing around with some surfacing in work. However I get ghost outline or artifacts left on my screen when I'm using and editing surfaces which is literally causing me headaches! Now after a bit of testing it seems to be prompted by editing a boundary blend

Has anyone come across this issues?

RE: Screen Artifacts from surfacing

Workstation specs?
Graphics card?

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RE: Screen Artifacts from surfacing

(OP)

Quote (looslib)

Workstation specs?
Graphics card?

HPZ440
Intel Xeon E5-1620
16gb
Nvidia Quadro P2000
Win 10 64

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