Join Scott Onstott for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating 2D projections from a 3D model, part of AutoCAD 2013: 3D.
In this lesson, you will generate 2D top, front, and side view drawings of a 3D …mechanical part. In addition, you will project an …isometric drawing as well. Open the MechanicalPart1 project file. …This is a model of a three-dimensional solid object. …We're tasked with creating a series of 2D drawings that represent this …three-dimensional form. Click on Layout1. …A viewport is automatically created when you first go to the Layout.…
We actually don't need this viewport. Select it, and press the Delete key. …Let's change the paper size. Right-click on Layout 1 and choose Page …Setup Manager. Click Modify. …Change the paper size to 17 by 11 inches, so that it's oriented in Landscape …Orientation here. Select monochrome as the plot style table …and check Display plot styles. Click OK.…
And Close. So we have a larger piece of paper, but …there's nothing on it yet. Let's go ahead and open the Layer …Properties Manager and create a new layer called Titleblock. …Give that layer the color, white. Make it Current. …
- 3D views, perspectives, and tools in AutoCAD
- Controlling the visual style
- Working with tiled viewports
- Composing perspective views
- Drawing in 3D
- Modeling an Ionic column
- Documenting 3D models
- Creating dynamic slideshows, animations, and renderings
Skill Level Beginner
1. Navigating in 3D
2. Drawing in 3D
Manually rotating the UCS5m 24s
3. Modeling an Ionic Column
4. Documenting 3D Models
Adjusting projections6m 29s
5. Creating Dynamic Slideshows, Animations, and Renderings
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