In this video, Shaun Bryant shows you how to add and use annotative scaling to your drawings in AutoCAD.
- [Instructor] So, we're staying … in our Design Intent.dwg file … and I've left it at the same state as it was … at the end of the last video, … we've created our layout tabs, … we've create our scaled viewports. … We're not going to look at annotative scaling … because you'll notice that these dimensions … haven't scaled up to sit nicely … and be viewed easily in our one to 10 viewport … in our ISO A3-Landscape Layout tab. … So, let's go back to the Model tab now … and look at our design here, … so if we look at these dimensions, … you'll see that when I hover over them, … there's no annotative symbol available. … So, what we need to do … is make them either annotative … or use an annotative dimension style. … Now, you'll remember we created … the training dimension style, … so I'm going to go to the Home tab on the ribbon, … click on the fly-out here … and go to Dimension Style here. … So, Training at the moment is not annotative. … So, you'll see it hasn't got … that little blue symbol next to it. …
- Working with the AutoCAD interface
- Drawing simple geometry
- Adding annotations
- Creating title blocks
- Adding layouts and viewports
- Printing and plotting
Skill Level Beginner
Cert Prep: AutoCAD Certified Professionalwith Shaun Bryant2h 38m Intermediate
1. The AutoCAD Interface
2. Draw Simple Geometry
3. Annotate Simple Designs
4. Communicate Your Design Intent
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