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How do i get rid of z fighting on 3d standard camera?

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I am doing a drive by and i am getting z fighting on the roof shingles.

I have increased their thickness from 1/8 to 3/8 but still getting this issue, anyway to fix it?

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Try increasing your Clip Surfaces Within: Setting to around 25'.  Plan Defaults 5a8cb0fa7afec_DefaultSettingsTool.jpg.c29f9177670f833cada077f7dd295f27.jpg  Camera Tools> Full Camera > Camera, Options

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3 minutes ago, Chopsaw said:

Try increasing your Clip Surfaces Within: Setting to around 25'.  Plan Defaults 5a8cb0fa7afec_DefaultSettingsTool.jpg.c29f9177670f833cada077f7dd295f27.jpg  Camera Tools> Full Camera > Camera, Options

 

Chopsaw is right the old advice was to set it to 300" (25')    , been a while since I saw anyone complain about that......

 

Always good to start a drawing near 0'0' too.... ( check your Template Plan )

 

M.

 

https://www.chiefarchitect.com/support/article/KB-00107/troubleshooting-why-materials-appear-to-flicker-when-a-camera-view-is-rotated.html

 

 

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Thanks guys, that did the trick...i have it set to 2" for inside renders so i dont cut lights and counters while doing 360 inside and close to island.

 

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Actually it worked while i had 3d view open but when i did walk through drive by it is still z fighting.

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How far is your model from 0,0,0?

Post the plan.

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origin is right beside my model but i start drive by some 800' away...too far?

I even made my shingles 1" thick...didnt seem to help.

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Try making your roof sheathing the same material as your shingles.

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David, Check the thread linked below, there's a good solution within the thread and a couple good tips.

 

 

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