Join Scott Onstott for an in-depth discussion in this video Manually rotating the UCS, part of AutoCAD 2013: 3D.
In this video, you will learn how to rotate and align the User Coordinate …System, using the UCS Command, and the UCS icon. …Open the Concept3 project file and then type UCS, Enter. …The default option is to specify the origin of UCS. …That's why we have the UCS icon attached to the cursor. …Click some arbitrary point over here to set a new origin, and then press Enter …for the accept default option. Now, I've succeeded in moving the origin …point, so what does that really mean? Well, if I want to use absolute …coordinates, they're all relative to the origin point.…
I could type L, Enter to draw a line. And then I could start the line at the …origin point by typing 0,0. Enter. …As you can see, I'm drawing a line directly from that origin. …I'll just snap it over here, and press Enter. …You can also move the origin point by selecting the UCS icon itself, hovering …the cursor over the origin point, and choosing Move Origin Only.…
And you can snap it to a specific location. …I'll press Escape to deselect. It's also useful to rotate the User …
- 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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