AutoCAD - Using modify commands

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AutoCAD - Using modify commands

  1. 1. Last Updated on 18-September-2012
  2. 2.  Review of Object Selection Erase, Extend, Trim Duplication: Copy, Offset, Mirror  Class assignment Move, Rotate  Home assignment Arrays  Class assignment
  3. 3.  Window Selection Crossing Selection Hold Shift + Select Objects
  4. 4.  Any Idea what do these commands do?
  5. 5. Deletes an Entire ObjectMethod 1Method 2
  6. 6. •Lengthens an object to a selected boundary. •Valid for Lines and Arcs If Multiple objects are between selectionMethod 1 Universal MethodMethod 2
  7. 7. •Shortens an object to a selected boundary. •Removes the excess if there are multiple intersections in between the boundary and the line to trimMethod 1
  8. 8. •Shortens an object to a selected boundary. •Removes the excess if there are multiple intersections in between the boundary and the line to trimMethod 1 Universal MethodMethod 2
  9. 9.  Copy Offset Mirror
  10. 10. Creates a new copy to be placed at desired locationMethod 1: SIMPLE COPY & PASTEMethod 2: BASE POINT METHOD
  11. 11. COPY WITH BASE POINT METHODSMethod 1Method 2
  12. 12. Seems to Trace same object at the specified distanceMethod
  13. 13. Seems to Trace same object at the specified distanceMethodExercise Practice to create concentric Arcs and Parallel lines
  14. 14. •Useful for creating symmetrical objects. •Draw half the object quickly and mirror itMethod 1
  15. 15. R15 20
  16. 16. Create Object then place it
  17. 17. •MOVES FROMS ONE POINT TO ANOTHERMethod
  18. 18. •Useful for creating symmetrical objects. •Draw half the object quickly and mirror itMethod 1
  19. 19. Problem 13-1 Draw Projections of a Triangular Prism, base40 mm side and axis 50 mm long, resting on one of its bases on the H.P. with a vertical axis perpendicular to VPa) As the axis is perpendicular to the ground that is HP begin with the top view it will an equilateral triangle of sides 40 mm long with one of its sides perpendicular to XY.b) Project the front view which will be a rectangle.
  20. 20.  Definition: A rectangular arrangement of quantities in rows and columns Types of Arrays  RECTANGULAR ARRAY  POLAR ARRAY
  21. 21. •Creates Rectangular Arrays of ObjectsMethod
  22. 22. •Creates circular matrix of objectsMethod
  23. 23.  Sulaiman Dawood Barry  sd_barry@yahoo.com  +92-321-8707987

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