To make a modification happen, AutoCAD needs to know two things: which object(s) do you want to modify, and what type of action do you want to apply to them?
How to rotate and scale a raster image in AutoCAD using Scale Reference and Rotate Reference. This prepares the raster image for use as an underlay in CAD. Includes video tutorial.
How to attach a raster image file, such as a photo of a sketch, as an underlay for use in creating a CAD drawing.
A CAD drawing often begins life as a paper drawing, print, or sketch. I’m sure you’ve seen this scenario. Your boss comes to you with a piece of paper in hand. The paper has information in hand-sketched form which needs to be “cadded” . . .
The Function keys can be used to quickly control several critical AutoCAD settings, and are great time-savers …
Video included! In this CAD tip we look at creating 2D views from a 3D object that we’ve imported into AutoCAD. To create it we use a command called FLATSHOT.
This post shows how to import a 3D STEP file into AutoCAD, and how to change the 3D object’s orientation to align properly . . .
If you tried the basic DWG file cleaning procedure and you are still getting Audit errors or recurring items in the Purge list, go to the Advanced Super Cleaning Method below.