There seems to be a known issue with Revit 2016 printing extremely slow when there are “custom crop regions”.
A custom crop region was brought into Revit in 2014 and apparently this has been an ongoing issue.
Here’s a link to Autodesk’s Knowledge Network, however I really don’t think their proposed solutions are much of a solution.
My suggestion would be to avoid the use of “custom” non rectangular crop regions.
Decreasing the PDF driver resolution to something below 600 dpi is a decent solution here. If you are printing in vector mode, the dpi shouldn't really matter anyway.ReplyDelete
For prints that only contain vector content (and contain a non rectangular crop region), I've notice a drastic increase in printing speed and decrease in file size when the dpi is set to 300 or 144 vs 600.
I just love how custom printing works.ReplyDelete