Learn how to place linear elements using various methods to get specific angles.
- [Instructor] This exercise will demonstrate…how to generate linear elements using existing geometry…to calculate the required angles.…Continue using the file for chapter one…more draw commands.dgn…and using view groups select the generate angle lines model.…For the next example,…I want to demonstrate how to construct an angle bisector…using existing elements.…Using the task navigation dialogue,…locate the linear elements panel…to find the construct angle bisector command.…
This command doesn't provide any command options…in the tool settings dialogue…so you have to watch the command prompts…in the status bar very carefully.…First, select the endpoint of the first angle leg…and then select the angle vertex.…If you don't get a keypoint snap at the vertex,…use the intersection snap…or change your keypoint divisor to two.…Last, select the endpoint of the second angle leg.…
This command calculates the length of the new angle bisect…using the lengths of the two angle legs…and will divide the angle by two…to add an additional linear element.…
- Placing, points, curves, and line streams
- Editing text
- Working with dimensions
- Element attributes
- Changing the display and scales of various linestyle types
- Working with groups
- Modifying and manipulating fences
- Using measure commands
- Working with cells
Skill Level Advanced
MicroStation 3D Essential Trainingwith David Martin3h 37m Beginner
1. More Draw Commands
2. Working with Text
3. Working with Dimensions
4. Working with Element Attributes
5. Working with Groups
6. Using Fences
7. Using Measure Commands
8. Working with Cells
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