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The MIRROR command, like most AutoCAD commands, is not limited to two dimensions Let s use the MIRROR command to create the other half of the roof
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1 Pick the World button on the Coordinates panel 2 Enter the MIRROR command, select lines 1, 2, and 3, as shown in Fig 40-3, and press ENTER 3 For the rst and second points of the mirror line, pick the endpoints of line 4 Do not delete the source object 4 View the shed from the Front and Left; then use Previous View to return to the SW Isometric view As you can see, you have now created the back half of the roof
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40 Drawing Objects in 3D
The McGraw Hill Companies, 2010
Fig 40-4
Creating 3D Faces
Thus far, you have created only wireframes in three dimensions In this context, a wireframe is a representation of an object that uses lines and curves to de ne its boundaries The shed you have created should have solid walls and a solid roof, of course The 3DFACE command creates 3D faces, which are three- or four-sided planar meshes, to make the roof and walls appear solid 1 On the View panel of the Home tab, select the Conceptual visual style 2 Enter 3DFACE at the keyboard 3 Pick the four corner points of one side of the roof in a clockwise or counterclockwise order and press ENTER You have placed a 3D face on the front section of the roof so that it now appears solid 4 Enter the 3DFACE command, select the three points on the left end of the roof, and press ENTER This creates a face to de ne the triangular gable end of the roof on the left side of the shed Your model should look similar to the one in Fig 40-4 5 Repeat this process to create 3D faces for the other two roof surfaces 6 Save your work and exit AutoCAD
40: Drawing Objects in 3D
Wohlers: Applying AutoCAD 2010
VIII 3D Drawing and Modeling
40 Drawing Objects in 3D
The McGraw Hill Companies, 2010
40 Review & Activities
REVIEW QUESTIONS
Answer the following questions on a separate sheet of paper 1 Can the ELEVATION command be used to create 2D objects on XZ and YZ planes Explain 2 In practical terms, what happens when you change the elevation from 0 to 5 3 What UCS must be active before you create a 3D model by entering 3D coordinates 4 In your own words, de ne wireframe 5 Describe a 3D face object
CHALLENGE YOUR THINKING
These questions are designed to further your knowledge of AutoCAD by encouraging you to explore the concepts presented in this chapter Answer each question on a separate sheet of paper 1 Brie y explain the difference between the ELEVATION command and the THICKNESS system variable 2 As you can tell, entering coordinates for object creation in 3D can be tedious and complex Without looking ahead in the book, can you think of easier ways to create geometry in three dimensions
APPLYING AUTOCAD SKILLS
Work the following problems to practice the commands and skills you learned in the chapter 1 Open worksheddwg and save it as prb40-1dwg Create 3D faces for the four walls of the shed View the shed from several views and with several different visual styles
Part 8: 3D Drawing and Modeling
Wohlers: Applying AutoCAD 2010
VIII 3D Drawing and Modeling
40 Drawing Objects in 3D
The McGraw Hill Companies, 2010
Review & Activities
2 Open prb40-1dwg and save it as prb40-2dwg Create a 3D face for a concrete pad under the shed The pad measures 18 20 and extends beyond the shed walls evenly (5 ) on all sides When you are nished, the model should look similar to the one in Fig 40-5
Fig 40-5
USING PROBLEM-SOLVING SKILLS
Complete the following problems using problem-solving skills and your knowledge of AutoCAD 1 Your proposed lamp shade design needs to be drawn in three dimensions before your supervisor will approve the design Draw a 3D model of the lamp shade shown in Fig 40-6 Omit the hanger Create 3D faces where appropriate Save the drawing as ch40-lampshadedwg
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