In this video, Shaun Bryant shows you how to work with model space and paper space in AutoCAD.
- We're going to be looking at the spaces, … available to you in AutoCAD. … Now by that, I don't mean work spaces, … I'm talking about the spaces you work in … on a day-to-day basis, … when you're drawing and drafting and designing in AutoCAD. … These two spaces are known as, model space, and paper space. … So we've got a new drawing for you, … it's called 00-Ground Floor Plan_REV A … Revision A. … All I've done is I've saved the drawing … from the previous chapter, and put the Rev A … into the name of the file. … Purely to distinguish it … from any other file of a similar name. … Now, when we're in the Rev A drawing, … when you first open it, it will be in the model space. … So you'll notice that the model tab is bold here, … like so, and all the work that you do … in your model tab will be one-to-one. … So for example, this particular drawing … is in metric millimeters. … Now the way that you can tell that, … is to go and measure a doorway, or a desk, or a chair … but the idea being, is you draw everything …
- Using workspaces
- Working in the Model and Layout tabs
- Saving and restoring views
- Locking viewports and freezing viewport layers
- Adding a title block
- Using annotative dimensions and revision clouds