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Wohlers: Applying AutoCAD 2010
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3 Draw the front view of the tube bulkhead shown in Fig 11-14 Before drawing the holes, use the UNDO command to mark the current location in the drawing After completing the bulkhead, use UNDO to replace the two holes with two new ones Draw both of the new holes with a diameter of 100 Change the centerto-center distance from 140 to 160 4 The two identical hubs shown in Fig 11-15 are meant to be mounted back-to-back in an assembly Draw the front view of one hub Before drawing the four small holes, use the UNDO command to mark the current location in the drawing After completing the hub, use UNDO to replace the four holes with eight new ones, equally spaced around the circumference Use a new hole diameter of 284 and a new center line diameter of 250
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II Drawing Aids and Controls
12 Construction Aids
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Construction Aids
Objectives
Set and use AutoCAD s visual grid system Establish a snap grid that is appropriate to the current drawing task Use construction lines to project views in a multiview drawing Become more familiar with the AutoCAD Classic workspace
Vocabulary
alignment grid aspect ratio construction lines hidden lines multiview drawing offsetting orthographic projection plane rays snap grid xlines
utoCAD permits you to create a nonprinting grid system for visual layout of drawings The snap grid complements the visual grid, assisting with the layout process Construction lines provide a means for projecting lines from one view to another using orthographic projection All of these construction aids make it easier to create accurate multiview drawings in the shortest amount of time possible Since you were introduced to workspaces in 3, you ve worked exclusively in the 2D Drafting & Annotation workspace In this chapter, you will learn to use the AutoCAD Classic workspace
Part 2: Drawing Aids and Controls
Wohlers: Applying AutoCAD 2010
II Drawing Aids and Controls
12 Construction Aids
The McGraw Hill Companies, 2010
Alignment Grid
The GRID command allows you to set an alignment grid of dots of any desired spacing, making it easier to visualize distances and drawing sizes You can use the grid with both English (Imperial) and metric units and in both 2D and 3D modeling In this chapter, we will create a drawing of a plastic extrusion using metric units 1 Start AutoCAD and set the STARTUP system variable to 1 2 Enter the NEW command at the keyboard The Create New Drawing dialog box appears 3 Pick Start from Scratch, pick the Metric radio button, and pick OK 4 Pick the Workspace Switching button on the status bar and select the AutoCAD Classic workspace 5 Close all oating toolbars and palettes that are open on the screen 6 Move the crosshairs to the upper right corner of the drawing area and read the coordinate display Since you are now working in the metric system, the unit of measure is millimeters (mm) The drawing area of 12 9" is now approximately 500 350 mm, depending on the size of the window representing the drawing area on your computer 7 Pick the Grid Display button located in the status bar A grid of dots appears on the screen 8 Enter the GRID command at the keyboard Notice that the default value for the grid spacing is 10 This means that the dots are currently spaced 10 mm apart 9 Change the spacing to 20 mm by entering 20 10 Reenter the GRID command and change the spacing back to 10 mm 11 Turn the grid off by picking the Grid Display button 12 Make the grid visible again You can also turn the grid on and off by pressing CTRL G or the F7 function key
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