CAD provides many ways to insert blocks, one way is to use I (INSERT). Actually, we don’t have to open another drawing in order to insert the blocks from it.
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.
Why dimension arrowhead increases in size after blocks being exploded?
The step-by-step guide to create dynamic block.
When faced with tons of drawings and data, we all want to have some kind of useful tool that can deal with them altogether and that’s why people use batch commands and utilities a lot.
Some users have complained about how their drawings increase in size and it’s getting harder to work on their drawings because the copy and paste […]
When drawing or designing with CAD, we usually have graphics that are repeatedly used such as windows in buildings, nut and bearing in mechanical devices. […]
Many users have encountered similar problems, they wish to block carpet or other devices when arranging for the furniture, as shown in the following picture:
In our daily drawing with CAD, we usually need to insert some special characters into the drawing and therefore blocks and block attributes are needed […]