Basic drawing elements
AutoCAD has been marketed with an emphasis on its ease of use. In addition to its emphasis on user-friendliness, it provides a large set of functional drawing elements that are used extensively in architectural, civil, mechanical, and interior design projects, as well as industrial design. Those drawing elements can be grouped into 3 categories:
Boundaries and text
Autodesk has worked to retain the drawing elements developed in the 1980s, as the focus has shifted from development to other areas of software. The 3 primary features, or 3D modeling, rendering, and BIM/BIMx/BIMxLite, offer simplified tools that meet the needs of many organizations. The latest version of AutoCAD also includes advanced features such as:
Surface and solid modeling
The following is a brief review of basic AutoCAD features. For more detailed information, read the AutoCAD User’s Guide.
The 3D Modeling feature in AutoCAD offers a three-dimensional (3D) modeling environment where objects are represented by polygons. The geometric features can be assigned to be a part of a 3D object, to become part of a 2D object, to be represented as the surface of a solid object, or to be part of a 2D drawing. The AutoCAD User’s Guide (volume 1) provides more information on the 3D modeling feature.
The bounding box is the boundary of the currently selected objects and displays its properties on the status bar. In the example above, the bounding box indicates the selected object has a volume of two-thirds of a cubic meter.
Annotation is a feature that lets you display, annotate, or print information on your drawings. You can use either printed annotations or electronic annotations. You can also choose to display annotation options on the status bar (see Status bar).
You can use the Move, Zoom, Pan, Zoom Extents, and Scale commands to move through the drawings and perform various navigation operations. The details of these commands are found in the AutoCAD User’s Guide.
The Zoom Extents command allows you to zoom in to the currently active drawing area without scaling the drawing. This feature is particularly useful when you want to view a specific area without scaling.
The Zoom Ext
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The.dwg and.dxf file formats are used for file storage in AutoCAD and have the corresponding file types for PC, MS-Windows and Macintosh.
When the object editor is selected, the dxfWiz utility is used to open AutoCAD file formats.
A drawing is created in an edit session or the command line using the draw command with no option specified. When an edit session is created, the newly created drawing is automatically opened in the state it was created. When a new drawing is created on the command line using the draw command, an open edit session is created with the default open state of the drawing. However, when the open state of the drawing is changed, the new state is not immediately applied to the drawing.
The drawing state can be viewed by right clicking on the drawing and selecting View Drawing State. A breakdown of the states in the diagram is as follows:
From the drop-down menu, the user can change the drawing state.
The drawing has not been modified.
The drawing has not been saved.
The drawing has been edited, but has not been saved.
The drawing has been saved.
The drawing has been committed, and is either part of a project or drawing history.
The drawing has been stored.
The drawing is closed.
The drawing is locked. This lock prevents the drawing from being edited, which usually prevents changes to the drawing from being committed. The “save” command does not operate in locked state. The “lock” command does not operate in locked state.
The drawing is locked.
The drawing is unlocked.
The drawing has been modified, and is either part of a project or drawing history.
The drawing is deleted.
Deleted from History
The drawing has been deleted from the drawing history. This is the default state of a drawing that has been removed from the drawing history.
Deleted from Project
The drawing has been deleted from the drawing history and removed from the project.
The drawing is in the default state.
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