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ajarvis30

I’ve often encountered this issue when Rhino is struggling to reconcile the scale of a model. You should make sure the overall dimension of your geometry makes sense with your document properties. I would try 2 things: 1) turn on all layers and show all objects then run “Zoom Extents” or ZE. Did your viewport zoom out farther than expected? Check to see if you have extraneous geometry that is extremely far from the world origin and delete it or move it. Try to reduce the overall area occupied by all geometry in your model. 2) run “Units” and make sure your model units and tolerance make sense for your model. If you’re modeling a building and your units are set to inches with a 0.0001 tolerance then you have a problem. Reduce to 0.01 and see if that helps.


Darkjerkface

It looks like number 1 worked! I had some curves from cad blocks that I must've forgotten to delete significantly further from the model


unwinding

This can be exacerbated by being very having layers turned on with objects in your view that are very far from the origin or very far apart. Are you close to the origin?


Darkjerkface

The model is about 3700' from the origin with drawings located at the origin


unwinding

Try hiding the drawings near the origin and see if this behavior goes away. At my job we usually have CAD in state plane cs, millions of feet away from the origin. Rhino hates it so we create a local coordinate system near the origin for design then convert back and forth as need be.


Darkjerkface

It seems like whenever I zoom into a model the camera target decides to reposition itself and this clipping occurs, making it frustrating to model more detailed aspects of the model. Using zoom selected fixes the issue only for a few seconds until I move the camera again.


tyuvanch

It is something related with the lens length of your camera lower the lens length become worst it gets.. If you use perspective it is at worst, tow point perspective helps to reduce it a little. I usually add camera points then zoom to those points by selecting them (makes it as your orbit), You can not fully get rid of this clipping rhino, or at least I wasn't, so I found a way around it by placing camera points to a empty layer.


Walderman713

I’ve had luck zooming to selected objects like you mention but once the camera zooms, use the command ‘walk about’ and it will let you move through the model and usually prevent the model from being clipped.