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hp1050c plotting

hp1050c plotting

hp1050c plotting

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We are currently using ugv18052. When building plots we assign widths to the colors, 1-15.  My problem is the designers like to use the colors beyond 15 for modeling. Naturally when we plot sometimes we dont see these other colors in the model until after the plot and get unhappy results.  One solution we have tried is to get the designers to use the original 15 colors of course that does not work and that is why I am asking the next question.

Is there some where out there to set the pen assignments for these other colors 16-255, to other widths and how?

Thanks in advance for any help.

Wayne Huseby
Drafter/Checker
Goodrich Corp
Jamestown, ND 58401
701-253-7799

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