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The UCS command enables you to create a new UCS 1 Start AutoCAD and open worksheddwg Select the 3D Modeling workspace 2 Display the View tab on the Ribbon 3 On the Coordinates panel, select the World button and then the Origin button 4 Use the endpoint object snap to pick the lower left corner of the shed, as shown in Fig 41-3 Notice that the UCS icon has moved to a new location, but it retains the same orientation as the WCS 5 With snap on, draw a 3 -diameter circle on the oor of the shed Place the center of the circle 4 from the front of the shed and 7 from the left side of the shed, as shown in Fig 41-3 Notice how easy it is to position the circle accurately when the coordinate display and snap are oriented to the new UCS
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Next, let s create a door on the front of the shed To do this, we will create a new UCS on the plane where the door should be One of the most useful ways to de ne a new UCS is to select three points that lie on the axes The rst point becomes the origin and the other two lie on the X and Y axes 1 Erase the circle you just created
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2 On the View panel of the Home tab, pick the 3D Wireframe visual style 3 Pick the World button on the Coordinates panel to reset the current UCS to the world coordinate system and check to be sure dynamic input is off 4 Pick the 3-Point button on the Coordinates panel 5 Once again, snap to the lower left corner of the shed for the new origin point 6 In response to the next prompt, snap to the lower right corner of the shed This de nes the positive orientation of the X axis 7 In response to the next prompt, snap to the top of the wall at the front left corner of the shed, directly above the new origin Notice that the drawing does not change However, the crosshairs, grid, and UCS icon shift to re ect the new UCS 8 Use the RECTANG command to create a door Type 35,0 to specify the rst corner and 65,65 to specify the other corner As you can see, when you create a UCS oriented to the plane of the front wall of the shed, it greatly simpli es the process of drawing objects there Now let s add some skylights to the roof 9 From the View panel, switch to the 3D Hidden visual style This will give you a clearer view of the roof surface 10 Pick the 3-Point button on the Coordinates panel 11 For the origin, snap to the front left corner of the roof 12 Snap to the front right corner of the roof to de ne the orientation of the X axis 13 Snap to the roof peak on the left side of the shed to de ne the orientation of the Y axis The new UCS is oriented to the front side of the roof Notice also that the ViewCube is oriented to the new UCS
3 skylights on the front roof Locate the skylights 2 from 14 Draw two 2 the downhill corners of the front roof, as shown in Fig 41-4
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Managing UCSs
The purpose of creating user coordinate systems is to make it easier to work with 3D models When you have created several UCSs, you need to be able to move from one to another quickly It is helpful to save UCSs so you can do this without re-creating each UCS 1 Pick the Named button on the Coordinates panel The UCS dialog box is displayed, as shown in Fig 41-5 on page 544 In the Named UCS tab, the Current UCS is listed as Unnamed This is our angled front roof UCS 2 Select Unnamed from the list of named UCSs, type frontroof, and press ENTER 3 Select the World UCS, pick the Set Current button, and pick OK The world coordinate system becomes the current UCS 4 Pick the Named button on the Coordinates panel 5 Select the frontroof UCS, pick the Set Current button, and pick OK
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