Editing solid models


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Editing solid models

Once you've create a 3D model using the Mac edition of AutoCAD, you'll find that you can make changes to it using the same tools available on the Windows version. In this lesson, we're going to look at the workflow behind editing a model using grips and gizmos. I'm going to start by creating a solid primitive. So, let's make sure the modeling tool set as current. I'd like to create a box. I'll pick a point on screen to get started. I'd like to create a 6 ? 6 ? 6 cube. So I'm going to right-click and select the Cube option.

Then I'll come down and lock my Ortho. I'll enter a value of 6 and press Return. Let's do one more thing. I'm going to come down and click the button to expand the status bar such that I can see the 3D settings. Now if your 3D running object snaps are turned on at this point, you can turn those off for now, because we won't be using those in this lesson. One way I can edit 3D geometry is through the use of grips. If I s...

Editing solid models
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Editing solid models provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Jeff Bartels as part of the AutoCAD 2011: Migrating from Windows to Mac

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