This video covers the basics of snapping, a way to align parts of objects.
- [Instructor] In drafting and 3D modeling,…it's important to be able to line up and connect…graphic elements to each other.…Typically, cad software has included…a feature called snapping.…It's kind of like having magnets and guides…that keep things aligned.…Let's take a look at the more common snap options.…As we saw earlier, we have a snapping palette…that we docked in the upper right corner of our screen.…Let's go up there and if we click on the name snapping,…we can click and drag that over…and undock it.…
Let's do this so we have it handy.…Let's take a look at the first one…in the far left.…Hover over that.…It's called snap to grid.…By default, this is off because it's not…a typical snapping option unless we are actually wanting…to line up with a grid.…So let's see how that's done.…Let's go to the left side of the screen,…the basic palette.…2D polygon tool.…Let's go ahead and create a 2D polygon.…And I'm going to hover over this intersection…of the grid lines here.…I'm just going to click anywhere close to it…
- Getting to know the UI
- Understanding design layers
- Utilizing classes
- Setting up design layers
- Working with drafting and design tools
- Getting around the 3D environment
- Reviewing the 3D modeling workflow
- Using the resource manager
- Working with viewports
- Exporting files
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting to Know The UI
2. Drawn to Vectorworks
3. Drafting and Design Tools
4. 3D Modeling
5. Resource Managment
6. Bringing It All Together
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