I have created a 3D object in Illustrator and have placed the .ai file into an InDesign document that will go to professional print. When I save the InDesign file as a print quality PDF, I notice there are some very thin white lines on the corners of the object.
When I print it on my printer, these lines don't appear and it looks good but I am wondering how the object would print when it goes to a professional printing press (digital or offset).
What is the best format for placing an Illustrator 3D object into InDesign?
Please see the object below. Thank you for your help.
I believe this may be one for the Illustrator forum,
On the original .ai file, make sure the "Raster Resolution" is set for high. In ID, make sure the document is set for highest quality on view and print. That aside, those lines are in the preview and probably will not print. It is sometimes referred to as "Stitching" artifacts ( which are a real pain-in-the-#!**. This is a "Print Design" issue and should be posted here and in Ai's forum.
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