- [Instructor] Unlike zooming and panning … in two dimensions as we have so far, … to start drawing in 3D we need to get comfortable … navigating in 3D. … There are a few tools to make this a little bit easier. … The most prominent is the view cube, … seen here in the upper right corner. … As we hover over it, we can see different parts highlight … to let us know which areas we can click on. … I'm going to click on the bottom left corner here … and we can see that visually we're actually spun around … to get a more axonometric view. … From here, we can click any corner or edge or face … in order to rotate our view around. … We can also click and drag the view cube … to orbit around our view. … Another option is to go to the View menu, … go to Orbit, and find one of the preset orbit modes, … namely Free Orbit or Constrained Orbit … in order to orbit around our part. … We can right click and click exit … to return back to our normal panning and zooming. … Another trick is if you hold the shift key on your keyboard …
- Accessing the palettes
- File type basics
- Editing polylines
- Modifying tools
- Controlling layers
- Creating blocks
- Working with external references
- Creating styles
- Formatting text
Skill Level Beginner
AutoCAD for Mac: Using Dynamic Blockswith Shaun Bryant1h 45m Intermediate
1. The Interface
2. Working with Files
3. Basic Geometry
5. Advanced Objects
9. 3D Basics
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