Join Shaun Bryant for an in-depth discussion in this video Grip editing hatch boundaries, part of Learning AutoCAD LT.
- In the previous exercises where…we've looked at hatching, we've created…a hatch boundary using a poly line.…Now, what you want to be able to do…is to be able to edit your hatch boundaries.…Now, this particular hatch boundary…that we've created over here, this one here,…is actually a poly line, so it's a fixed…associative hatch boundary.…So, if I edit the geometry of that poly line,…the hatch pattern will follow.…Now, over here though, if I click…on this hatch pattern here, you can see…that it's a non-associative hatch boundary…and the reason I can tell that…is when I click on the hatch pattern…and go and look up here in the hatch editor tab,…the associative is not highlighted.…
So, it's a non-associative hatch.…So, if I change the boundary of that hatch,…the hatch pattern will not follow it.…So, basically, what's happening there is,…it's just a hatch pattern that is inside…some lines in this particular case.…It's normally best practice to…utilize a poly line as your hatch boundary…and make it associative because then,…
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- Starting a new drawing
- Saving drawings
- Drawing lines and shapes
- Working with the Snap and Grid features
- Editing objects
- Organizing drawings with layers
- Inserting blocks
- Creating layouts
- Adding text
- Adding and editing dimensions
- Printing your drawings
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