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Three methods for drawing a line..

a)Absolute method (Measurements w.r.t origin)

b)Relative method (Measurements w.r.t last point)

c)Polar method (Measurements including angle)

It is the most important command and is used in

every

design made in AutoCAD.

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of

both axes of rotation

becomes equal??

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1)Erase

3)Mirror.

5)Array.

7)Rotate.

9)Stretch.

11)Break.

13)Fillet.

2)Copy

4)Offset.

6)Move.

8)Scale.

10)Trim.

12)Chamfer.

14)Explode.

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1)Extrude.

2)Revolve.

3)Orbit.

parameters.

4)Zoom.

5)Pan.

6)Views.

7)Design Center.

8)UCS.

9)Line parameters.

10)Text parameters.

11)Dimension

12)Units.

13)Inquiry.

14)Draft Settings.

15)Solid editing.

16)Facetres.

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Used for creating 3D solids.

After selecting this command, we select object

in 2D

to be converted into 3D.Then we specify the

height to

which it is to be extruded.

After that , we select the angle through which

this

solid is to be extruded . This angle should lie

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Used to produce 3D solids.

solid

to be converted into 3D solid and then revolve it

according to X-axis or Y-axis.

solid .

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Used to spin the solids and observe them .

There are two types of orbit:

1)3D orbit:

The type of orbit which is controlled by us all time

and as we leave mouse, object stops spinning.

The type of orbit which is controlled by us only

one time and if we leave mouse , it continues its

motion in same path.

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Used to observe our object from different angles.

1)Top View.

2)Bottom View.

View.

3)Back View.

View.

4)Front View.

View.

6)Left View.

7)NE Isometric

8)SW Isometric

9)NW Isometric

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Contains a large number of in-built items used in

making different types of images.

different

fields such as:

Capacitors, ground, battery for Electrical field.

Machine parts for Mechanical field.

Different house related items for Civil etc.

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Activated by command UCS.

Used to change reference axes.

make

an image in 2D and then make another over it by

changing UCS.

While making any solid , we place Z-axis in such

a

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and line thickness.

1.Line weight:

It is used for changing thickness of line.

2.Line type:

It is used to change the type of line.

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Text helps in understanding ,construction and

working

of object.

1.Font Of Text: It decides font of added text.

2.Size Of Text: It indicates the size of text to be

used in

diagram.

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Show dimensions of a particular image.

Parameters used in dimensions:

1.Linear dimensions:

Dimensions of lines are measured by linear dimension.

2.Angular dimensions:

Dimensions including angles are measured by angular

dimension.

3.Radial/Dia dimensions:

Dimensions including radius or diameter of arc or circle is

measured by radial/Dia dimension.

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Units are really important in making a good

model.

be

used ranging from:

o Engineering and decimal in length and degrees,

o Radians and gradients in angle.

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It is used to inquire and get info about any image.

1)List: It gives complete information about an images

including lengths, angles, radii, circumferences ,

areas ,

distance from origin etc.

2)Distance: It gives distance between two points.

3)Area: It gives area of image.

4)ID Point: It gives distance from origin.

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such as endpoint , midpoint , tangent to circle,

nearest

point to line etc.

means of

which we can check magnitude and angle of our

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Parameters:

1)Extrude Faces: Used to extrude faces of a 3D solid.

2)Taper Faces: Used to produce tapered faces in object.

3)Color Faces: Used to color individual faces of 3D solid.

4)Union: It is usually performed at the end . It is used to

combine different components of an image.

5)Intersection: It is used to get the component of image

which is common between two parts.

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Applied on the surface after writing regen in

command bar and pressing enter.

The smoothness factor value can be between

0.5

and 10. 0.5 represent most rough whereas 10

represent most smooth surface.

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rmat.

Using commands of Solid Editing

Using another method known as Adding

Material.

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terminologies used in

AutoCAD..

Hope u understood it

well!!

Here is an example

model for u to

practice

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1)Making a base

2) Forming Stand

3) Formation Of Circles On Main Base

Rectangle

4) Formation Of A Hollow Circle At Top

5) Formation Of A Triangle Between Two Lower

Holes

6) Modifying Or Giving Some Life/Color To

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made by constructing a

rectangle of desired

dimension let say(length=85

and breadth=65).

After that we extrude

rectangle at desired height

let say(16) and angle of

0(degrees).

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In order to form a stand, we draw a line of desired length let

say(60) from center of long side of rectangle.

UCS changed!!

After that we draw a circle of desired radius let say(6) with

center at end point of line from midpoint .

Then we draw two tangent lines from both endpoints of long

side of rectangle to circle and complete object by polyline

and pedit.

Then we extrude this whole object at desired length let

say(16).

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let say(10) from mid point of short side of

rectangle.

downward

they

extrusion angle of 0 degrees.

geometry

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circle

with desired radius let say(5) inside the circle formed

earlier and

then extrude it with such extrusion length that it crosses

through our developing image with extrusion angle of 0

degrees.

After that ,to create hole we subtract our extruded circle

from our developing geometry through subtract command.

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circles as support to stand we form a triangle by polylines.

After formation of triangle by polylines between two

circles

we extrude it along any one side.

In order to obtain same extruded triangle along other

side we

use extrude faces from solid editing. We also perform union

and

facetres at this stage.

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our

of

solid editing.

color

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