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Drawing and Erasing Lines  Cartesian Coordinate System
Drawing and Erasing Lines Cartesian Coordinate System
Drawing and Erasing Lines Cartesian Coordinate System
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Draw Circle With Base Point
Draw Circle With Base Point
This AutoCAD Tutorial will teach you how to draw Circle with base point coordinate.
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Autocad 2004 Customization Tutorial: Customizing Ucs Icon
Autocad 2004 Customization Tutorial: Customizing Ucs Icon
AutoCAD uses a special icon to show the user coordinate system (UCS) orientation and/or location. The icon is called UCS icon. The UCSICON command is responsible for management and customization of this icon.
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Back To Basics: Entering 3d Coordinates
Back To Basics: Entering 3d Coordinates
Tutorial on cartesian, cylindrical, spherical and world coordinates.
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Autocad 3d Modeling: Thickness And Elevation
Autocad 3d Modeling: Thickness And Elevation
Thickness is an object property that gives the object a 3D effect. If you apply thickness to lines, circles, ellipses, arcs, polylines, solid fills, and traces they will acquire some height. Thus by changing the shade mode they will look like 3D surfaces and/or solids. Elevation is the default distance from XY plane along Z axis. Although you can override this value with direct coordinate entry or by using OSnaps it might be useful. The current tutorial shows you how to draw a simple 3D table with the help of elevation and thickness.
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How To Write A Diesel Macro, Part 1
How To Write A Diesel Macro, Part 1
For a dozen years, the status line of AutoCAD remained unchanged. Though Release 11, the status line displayed the O (ortho is on), S (snap is on), T (tablet is on), the x,y-coordinates, the and the layer name. Newer additions included P (paper space is on) and the current color.
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Using Autodesk Architectural Desktop to Speed Production Drawing: Part 2
Using Autodesk Architectural Desktop to Speed Production Drawing: Part 2
Project Navigator and Callout tool work together to properly coordinate between drawing sheets in ADT
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Autocad 3d Modeling: User Coordinate System
Autocad 3d Modeling: User Coordinate System
Every drawing is equipped with a coordinate system called WCS or rather World Coordinate System. The WCS is fixed and you cannot change its location or orientation. Instead the User Coordinate System or rather UCS is used. You can move or rotate UCS in any direction. The placement of objects is based on the current UCS so you can even use 2D commands to create objects in 3D space with various orientations.
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Coordinate System
Coordinate System
See tip link for description.
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Find Coordinates of Image Tiles
Find Coordinates of Image Tiles
Using COORDS-LIST.LSP code to create a text file containing the name and coordinates of a set of image tiles in AutoCAD
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Understanding UCS Pt 5
Understanding UCS Pt 5
Using the UCS managing window interface for user coordinate systems
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Replace Z Value and Copy Definition and Assign Rock
Replace Z Value and Copy Definition and Assign Rock
ADT command can replace existing z coordinates with zero
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Understanding UCS Pt 1
Understanding UCS Pt 1
Setting user coordinate system for AutoCAD 3D
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Understanding Polar Coordinate Input
Understanding Polar Coordinate Input
Entering distance and angle into AutoCAD
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Wcs & Ucs In 3d Solid Modeling
Wcs & Ucs In 3d Solid Modeling
understanding 3D coordination systems involving WCS, UCS, elevation and XY plane in AutoCAD, Mohmed Zuber Shaikh, AUGI, May 2006 (may require free registration)
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