Join Shaun Bryant for an in-depth discussion in this video Using WBLOCK to edit and replace blocks, part of AutoCAD Tips & Tricks.
- [Instructor] So here we are,…in another tip and trick for AutoCAD.…And what we're going to look at now,…is working with AutoCAD blocks, but a specific method…of working with AutoCAD blocks.…We're going to look at the write block command,…the WBLOCK command.…Now you'll notice, we've got a drawing open there,…4_WBLOCK.dwg, so you can follow along if you want to,…working through the drawing as well.…And that's how the command is written, WBLOCK, like that,…because you're writing the block…to its own separate DWG file.…
Now you'll notice in the model space here,…we've got a little object there on the Objects layer,…it's a little workstation.…And what we're going to do,…we're going to array that workstation out.…Now, it is an AutoCAD block already…and I'm going to array it so there's multiple blocks…in the drawing.…I'm then, going to WBLOCK it out,…make a change to the DWG that the WBLOCK creates,…and then bring the WBLOCK into the drawing.…Now it sounds a lot more complicated than it looks.…So right now, I'm going to go to the Home tab on the ribbon,…
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