CAD provides many ways to calculate the area of an object, do you know some other ways? Please feel free to share your experience by sending an email or leaving a comment below.
Inserting image like this has a problem: when we copy the drawing to others, we will have to attach the image file, otherwise, the image won’t show in the drawing that we send to others. That’s why most of the time CAD users prefer to insert an OLE image since the OLE image is saved in the drawing and there is no need to attach the image again.
By default, CAD supports operations to select objects before executing the command, so many users are accustomed to operating after selecting the graphics that they are going to edit. But this can be changed. You can execute commands first and then select the graphics to be edited.
The Object Snap in CAD can help us draw or locate other graphics based on some characteristic points such as endpoint, midpoint, center of circle and intersection point. Object Snap is the most frequently used drawing tools in CAD and this post will talk about the FAQ and basic tips for Object Snap.
Dynamic input allows us to focus on the drawing without having to look at the command line and therefore improves our drawing efficiency. So what’s the exact difference of dynamic input and command line input.
Object Snap Tracking is among the most import drawing aids. It can precisely locate objects and users can use the cursor to precisely locate destination points such as the center, endpoint geometric center and perpendicular.
Line weight is a very basic concept in CAD, we can set it through layers or by selecting the object. The main function is to control the line weight effect of the graphics when plotting.
SHIFT has many uses in CAD, here are some tips and tricks for SHIFT in CAD to improve your efficiency.
Many CAD users know that blocks can be repeatedly inserted to reduce unnecessary operations, therefore are widely used. Double-click blocks to enter the reference editing or block editing and we can edit objects in the blocks.
Many people are looking for batch print tools and there are actually many batch print tools that you can find in GstarCAD. But different people have different needs: