In this video, Shaun Bryant shows you how to create and add a simple title block to your drawings in AutoCAD.
- [Narrator] We're starting a new chapter now … where we're going to talk about communicating … our design intent and placing the drawing … that we created in the previous chapter … into a semi-professional looking AutoCAD drawing … with a very, very simple title block. … Now we got a new drawing for you to download … from the library, it's called designintent.dwg … and you'll recognize it as the drawing that you created … in the previous chapter just saved … with a different file name ready to be used … so that we can obviously start communicating … our design intent. … Now the first thing we need to do … is create a simple title block … and this is literally going to be a border, … no text or anything like that at the moment, … just a border so that we can place it … into one of the layout tabs and generate a layout tab … that is ready to go so that we can start … thinking about actually plotting our drawing … or actually transmitting our drawing to other people. … First thing we need to do is to create some new layers …
- Working with the AutoCAD interface
- Drawing simple geometry
- Adding annotations
- Creating title blocks
- Adding layouts and viewports
- Printing and plotting
Skill Level Beginner
Cert Prep: AutoCAD Certified Professionalwith Shaun Bryant2h 38m Intermediate
1. The AutoCAD Interface
2. Draw Simple Geometry
3. Annotate Simple Designs
4. Communicate Your Design Intent
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