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Table 28-2 Layers
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Layer Name Visible Dimensions Text Center Color red blue magenta green Linetype Continuous Continuous Continuous CENTER Lineweight 050 mm 025 mm 030 mm 020 mm
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7 Draw and dimension the front view of the steel plate shown in Fig 28-8 Use the following drawing, dimension, and leader settings to set up the metric drawing, and place everything on the proper layers Also draw and dimension the top and right-side views, assuming the plate and boss thicknesses to be 10 and 5, respectively Units: Decimal with no digits to the right of the decimal point Drawing Area: 280 216 Scale: 1:1 Grid: 10 Snap: 5 LTSCALE: Start with 10 Layers: Set up as shown in Table 28-3 on page 390 Create new dimension and leader styles using the following information: Name the styles using names of your choice Start with Standard and apply the new styles to all dimensions and leaders Set the unit format to Decimal and the precision to 0
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Table 28-3 Layers
Layer Name Visible Dimensions Text Center Hidden Color red blue magenta green magenta Linetype Continuous Continuous Continuous CENTER HIDDEN Lineweight 060 mm 020 mm 020 mm 020 mm 030 mm
Set the arrow size to 3 Set the size of the center marks to 15 and use center lines Create a new text style using a name of your choice Use romansshx, apply default settings, and make it the current style Set the text height at 3 Set the scale to the proper value
USING PROBLEM-SOLVING SKILLS
Work the following problems to practice the commands and skills you learned in this chapter 1 Your architectural drafting trainee showed you the wall corner shown in Fig 28-9 Notice that the trainee dimensioned the drawing in a mechanical drafting style Redraw the corner and set the correct dimension size and units, change the arrowheads to architectural ticks (short diagonal lines), and move the dimensions above the dimension line to conform to your company s style Save the drawing as framing1dwg
Fig 28-9
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2 As the set designer for a theatrical company, you are creating a template for a cityscape The director has given you a sketch of the general building landscape she would like (Fig 28-10) Draw the template and dimension it from the datum plane Each square equals 9 inches Save and plot the drawing using the Extents plotting option
Fig 28-10
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Fine-Tuning Dimensions
Objectives
Adjust the appearance of dimension lines lines, arrowheads, and text Control the placement of dimension text Adjust the format and precision of primary and alternate units Edit a dimension s properties Explode a dimension
Vocabulary
alternate units primary units
Most industries that use AutoCAD apply dimensioning differently The
architectural industry, for example, uses architectural units and fractions, whereas manufacturers of consumer and industrial products typically use decimal units Within each industry, companies apply standards, some more rigidly than others In manufacturing, most use a variation of ANSI or ISO standards and enforce the standard company-wide Because thousands of companies use AutoCAD worldwide, the software must accommodate a wide range of industry and company standards This chapter focuses on how you can ne-tune dimensions to meet a particular company s style or standard
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Dimension Style Options
AutoCAD offers a wealth of options for tailoring a dimension style to a speci c need 1 Start AutoCAD and open deckdwg 2 Select the 2D Drafting & Annotation workspace and close all oating toolbars and palettes 3 On the Menu Browser, select Save As and enter deck2dwg for the le name 4 On the Annotate tab of the Ribbon, pick the arrow in the lower right corner of the Dimensions panel to open the Dimension Style Manager The current dimension style is My Style, as shown in the upper left corner of the dialog box In the last chapter, we covered the purpose of the New and Modify buttons The Set Current button permits you to make another style current The Override button enables you to override one or more settings in a dimension style temporarily The Compare button allows you to compare the properties of two dimension styles or view all the properties of one style
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