In this video, learn how to create and add a simple title block to your drawings in AutoCAD.
- [Instructor] Up until now we've looked at … how we operate AutoCAD … and how we use the interface … and how we create geometry and annotation. … What we need to think … about now is how we communicate our design intent … from our ideas that we have within AutoCAD. … So we've got a new drawing for you. … You'll recognize it though. … It's called design intent dot DWG … and you can download it from the library to follow … along with the videos in this chapter. … Now, when you communicate your design intent, … ideally you want to have a title block … and scaled views of your design. … Now, at the moment, if you look … at the dimensions on this particular floor plan, … you can see that we've got 10363. … That's 10,363 millimeters, … or just under 10.4 meters. … So it's quite a big area that we've got … in the model space and it's all drawn full size. … So if I measure that distance … it will be 10,363 units, in our case millimeters. … Now somehow, we've got to get that onto, in essence, …
Skill Level Beginner
1. The AutoCAD Interface
2. Drawing Simple Geometry
3. Annotating Simple Designs
4. Communicating Your Design Intent
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