Video - Fixing Z Fighting

Video - Fixing Z Fighting 2

When two surfaces are placed directly on top of one another the software doesn't know which one should be displayed on top so it quickly switches between the two that looks somewhat like the surfaces are 'blinking'. This is called Z-Fighting and is typical of all 3D software applications. The surfaces are 'fighting' for the top 'Z' (up and down) location.

While we have plans to adjust and possibly fix this in Beyond CAD using texture options in the future, the current option for fixing Z-Fighting is to adjust one of the surfaces slightly up or down in the 3D modeling program it was created in and re-import. 

If the two surfaces are separate objects in Beyond CAD you can simply adjust one of them slightly up or down in Beyond CAD using the widget transform or Organize tab to solve the problem.