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Lesson 3-12: The User Co-ordinate System (ucs) - AutoCAD tutorial


When working in 3D, it sometimes necessary to change the plane that you are drawing on. For example, if you need to add some detail to the side of a wall, you would want to draw on that plane. It`s like taking a sheet of paper up off the floor (WCS) and taping it onto the wall (UCS).
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