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AutoCAD Course 10 Working WIth Linetype and Lineweight


AutoCAD Course 10 Working WIth Linetype and Lineweight Review


01:23 - 02:16 Linetype Procedure

AutoCAD Linetype Command

Linetype is using to change line, arc, and polyline into different line form.

  • Type linetype (enter)
  • Linetype manager appear
  • Click load button and choose the linetype
  • Click ok to close linetype manager
  • To apply line type into object
  • Click object, and choose the linetype, it will be automatically change

02:15 - 02:26 Linescale Procedure

AutoCAD LTS Command

Linescale is use to change line scale

  • Type lts (enter)
  • Enter new linetype scale factor

03:04 - 03:33 Lineweight Procedure

AutoCAD Lineweight Command

Lineweight is use to change line weight

  • Click on the line, arc or polyline object
  • On the layer bar, change the line weight

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AutoCAD Course 9 Insert Pattern With Hatch


AutoCAD Course 9 Insert Pattern With Hatch Review


You can creating patterns and adding fills to object with hatch. This tool is also very useful to finishing 2D sketch

01:16 - 01:51 Hatch Gradien

AutoCAD Hatch Gradient

You can apply hatch gradien with steps:

Type hatch (enter)
"Hatch and Gradient" dialog box will be appear, you can see 2 tabs; Hatch and Gradient
Click gradient tab and choose the color
Click add pick points button and then click on object area (enter)
Click preview button to see again
Click ok

01:52 - 04:47 Hatch Pattern

AutoCAD Hatch Pattern

To apply hatch pattern you can use Hatch tab:

Type hatch (enter)
"Hatch and Gradient" dialog box will be appear
Click hatch tab
On the Switch coloumn "click it" and will be appear "Hatch Pattern Pallette"
Choose your pattern and click ok
Click add pick points button and then click on object area (enter)
Click preview button to see hatch, you can also editing scale size to make it fit on drawing
Click ok

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AutoCAD Course 8 Creating and Adjusting Layers


AutoCAD Course 8 Creating and Adjusting Layers Review


Layer is an important tools in AutoCAD that allows you to contorl the color, line type, activity and visibility of individual layers.

04:15 - 05:15 Creating Layers

AutoCAD Creating Layer

To make layer (s) you can follow the steps:

Type layer (enter)
"Layer Properties Manager" dialog box appear
Click "New Layer button" to create layer (follow the steps to create another layers)
Click box on the color to change color. You also can change the other options like linetype, and lineweight.
click "x" button to close

05:15 - 06:11 Apply Layers

AutoCAD Apply Layers

To apply layers into object, you can follow the steps;

Select objects
Choose a layers to apply into object (s)
You can see the options on toolbar icon

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AutoCAD Course 7 Working With Coordinates


AutoCAD Course 7 Working With Coordinates Overview


00:11 - 00:29 Set Into Manual Input

AutoCAD Dynamic Input

When you want to working with coordinates, you need to turn off enable pointer input and enable dimension input where possible.

Type ds (enter)
Drafting Settings dialong box will be appear
Click Dynamic Input tab
Recheck "enable pointer input" and "enable dimension input when possible"
Click ok

01:11 - 02:31 Using Notepad

AutoCAD Using Notepad

If you have large quantities of coordinates, you can use notepad to expedite the work.

Open notepad
Type Line (enter)
input your coordinate (enter)
next coordinate (enter)
Save as with .scr extension file (click save)
Open AutoCAD
Type scr (enter)
Find the file (open)
Now your line will be automatically drawn
Enter to finish

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AutoCAD Course 6 Units and Scale


AutoCAD Course 6 Units and Scale Overview


Units and scale is very important aspect in AutoCAD when you want to draw objects. You cannot start creating sensible drawing until you are familiar with commands, units and scale.

00:34 - 00:57 Units

AutoCAD Units

Example; you have a rectangle with size about 10 x 5 meters and you are working in milimeters. The rectangle would be drawn at 10000 x 5000 drawing units wide. But when you are working in meters, the object would be drawn just for 10 x 5 drawing area.

  • Type units (enter)
  • Drawing Units dialog box will appear
  • Change insertion scale into mm, m or as your desire
  • Click ok to finish

01:52 - 01:59 Scale

AutoCAD Scale

When you are working with AutoCAD Apps, you dont need to decide upon a drawing scale until you print the drawing. It is because you can edit the scale at the printing stage. So you need to drawing at a scale of 1:1.

To change the scale drawing, you can go to plot - model dialog box and then click scale to change it.

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AutoCAD Course 5 Dimensions and Text


AutoCAD Course 5 Dimensions and Text Overview


01:07 - 01:49 Dimlinear Command

AutoCAD Dimlinear Command

Dimlinear command allow you to place Horizontal and Vertical dimensions onto a drawing

  • Type dimlinear (enter)
  • Specify first extension line origin
  • Specify second extendion line origin

01:52 - 02:04 Dimaligned Command

AutoCAD Dimaligned Command

Dimaligned command is allow you to creates dimensions that are aligned with an element being dimensioned

  • Type dimaligned (enter)
  • Specify first extension line origin
  • Specify second extendion line origin

02:07 - 02:27 Dimradius Command

AutoCAD Dimradius Command

Dimradius command is allow you to create radius dimension from arc or circle object

  • Type dimradius (enter)
  • Select ARC or Circle
  • Specify dimension line location

02:23 - 02:34 Dimdiameter Command

AutoCAD Dimdiameter Command

Dimdiameter command is allow you to create diameter dimension from arc or circle object

  • Type dimdiameter (enter)
  • Select ARC or Circle
  • Specify dimension line location

02:35 - 03:55 Dimstyle Command

AutoCAD Dimstyle Command

Dimstyle command is used to edit your dimension include line, arrow size, text height and others

  • Type dimstyle (enter)
  • You will be see "Dimension Style Manager"
  • Click on modify button
  • In the symbols and arrows tab, change arrow size and jog height factor
  • On the Text tab, change text height and Text aligment
  • Click Ok
  • Click set Current
  • Close dimension style manager
  • You also can change precision drawing from Primary Units tab

04:11 - 04:42 Mtext Command

AutoCAD Mtext Command

Mtext command is used to create text

  • Type mtext (enter)
  • Specify first corner
  • Specify opposite corner
  • Now will be appear text formating
  • You can type words and editing, after complete click ok button

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AutoCAD Course 4 Modify Command


AutoCAD Course 4 Modify Command Review


00:32 - 00:54 Pedit Command

AutoCAD Pedit Command

Pedit Command is used to convert line object into polyline object

  • Type pe or pedit (enter)
  • Select object (enter)
  • Click join
  • Select all object (enter 2x)

00:58 - 01:17 Offset Command

AutoCAD Offset Command

Offset command is used to copy parallel object

  • Type offset (enter)
  • Give offset distance (enter)
  • Select object and click inside or outside

01:29 - 01:50 Copy Command

AutoCAD Copy Command

Copy Command is used to duplicate object (s)

  • Type co (enter)
  • Select object (enter)
  • Click for base point
  • Give point distance (enter 2x)

02:02 - 02:30 Trim Command

AutoCAD Trim Command

Trim command is used to trimming object (s)

  • Type trim or tr (enter 2x)
  • Select object to trim
  • Enter to finish the command

02:52 - 03:23 Rotate Command

AutoCAD Rotate Command

Rotate command is allows you to rotate object (s)

  • Type ro or rotate (enter)
  • Select object (enter)
  • Click base point
  • Specify rotate angle (enter)

03:21 - 03:42 Mirror Command

AutoCAD Mirror Command

Mirror command is used to create same object by mirror

  • Type mi or mirror (enter)
  • Select object (enter)
  • Click first and second point
  • Type y for erase source objects
  • Enter to finish

03:47 - 04:01 Move Command

AutoCAD Move Command

Move command is used to move object (s) into different place. This command is also can be use to combine the object (s)

  • Type m or move (enter)
  • Select object (enter)
  • Click base point
  • Specify second point to move the object

04:05 - 04:41 Fillet Command

AutoCAD Fillet Command

Fillet command will create rounded intersections object (s)

  • Type fillet (enter)
  • Type r (enter)
  • Give radius point (enter)
  • Select first and second object

05:04 - 05:16 Delete Object (s)

AutoCAD Delete

To delete an object, you can use delete button on keyboard

  • Select object
  • Press delete button on keyboard

05:20 - 05:49 Extend Command

AutoCAD Extend Command

The extend command is allows you to extend an entity

  • Type Ex or extend (enter)
  • Select first object
  • Select object to extend
  • Enter to finish command

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AutoCAD Course 3 View Object


AutoCAD Course 3 View Object Review


00:19 - 00:56 Zoom in and out Objects

AutoCAD Zoom Command

You can use zoom commands or wheel mouse to zoom in and zoom out objects:

Type zoom (enter)
Type E (enter) to zoom extend
Now all object will be fit on drawing area
You also can use wheel on mouse to zoom in and zoom out

01:00 - 01:29 Pan Command

AutoCAD Pan Command

You can use Pan command to shift drawing area:

Type pan (enter)
Now you will be see the cursor change into hand icon
Click and hold, and then you can shift drawing area
By pressing wheel mouse you also can active pan command

01:32 - 01:37 Refresh Windows Screen

AutoCAD Refresh Windows Screen

To refresh AutoCAD windows screen, just type regen and enter.

One use for this command if you are panning over and AutoCAD does not let you go further, as if you hit a wall. Simply just regen and proceed.

AutoCAD Course 2 Basic Draw Command


AutoCAD Course 2 Basic Draw Command Overview


00:17 - 01:00 Line Command

Line command is used to make line object:

AutoCAD Line Command

  • Type L or Line (enter)
  • Click base point everywhere as your desire
  • Move cursor vertical or horizontal until you see dotted line
  • Give a size (enter)
  • Now you have a line object

01:01 - 02:30 Circle Command

Circle command is used to make circle object:

AutoCAD Circle Command

  • Type C or circle (enter)
  • Click base point
  • Give a size (enter)
  • Now you have a circle object

02:43 - 03:03 Arc Command

Arc Command is used to create arc, half of circle or the other object:

AutoCAD ARC Command

  • Type ARC (enter)
  • Type C (enter) to draw from center point
  • Select start and then end point of Arc
  • Now you have an arc object

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AutoCAD Course 1 Environment and Settings


AutoCAD Course 1 Overview


00:08 - 00:40 Environment

AutoCAD Environment

  • Drop down menu: You can find antoher commands or any options 
  • Toolbar Icons: The toolbar include some commands to help you draw an object
  • Drawing Area: Area for you to drawing
  • Crosshairs: This feature is help you to select object
  • UCS Icon: It will be help you when working on 3D modeling
  • Paper space model: You can see and add paper, and also indicating which drawing space you are in
  • Command line: You can type commands there and it is also recorded previous activities
  • Drawing and construction aids: You can see some symbol and click it to activate. This stuff will be useful when drawing

00:44 - 00:52 Change into classic workspace

On the top of AutoCAD environment you will be see workspace options, click on it and then change into classic mode.

AutoCAD Classic Workspace

00:54 - 01:02 Active all object snap mode

You need to active all object snap mode with:
 
AutoCAD Object Snaps

  • Type DS (enter)
  • The drafting setting dialog box will appear
  • Click on object snap tab
  • Click Selec All button
  • Click ok