Tim - I did not have luck with that?? Please look at the attached png file first and then the pdf of the drawing. The PNG is a screen shot of the lines in turbo cad set at dash scale .01.... then in the pdf you can see the same lines set at 10 and .01. Neither works.... Is it possible there is a setting somewhere that is wrong. I have 100 drawings using this same size and dash scale .01 and I have never had this problem. I am perplexed. (IN THE PDF LOOK ON THE RIGHT SIDE WHERE I PUT "LOOK HERE")
Thanks for your help....
you can see a clear difference between the two.
Perhaps, do a comparison between this drawing and others that work, to see where the discrepancies lie?
Do you have a standard drawing template from which you work?
Without going through the whole drawing, it is clear, that some things could be improved, IMHO.
I would first suggest, that it is good practice to work in Model Space at full size.
You can then scale your drawings appropriately in paper space before printing.
However, like you, I mostly use Model Space to print from.
I'm just lazy!
Secondly, see below, at least one of your dashed lines, is in fact, made up of lines and polylines.
You can design without engineering, but you cannot engineer without design.
Using Win 10 with Designer 2017-2020 and TurboCAD Pro. Plat. 2018-2020 + Lightworks (64-bit versions) + AnimationLab 5.2.
Windows 10 Pro (1909) 64-bit