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autocad cursor settings, autocad cursor problem, autocad cursor options
 
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Hai Friends. Welcome To UniquE CAD DesigN. AutoSnap Settings When the cursor, or aperture box, is on an object, you can press Tab to cycle through all the snap points available for that object. Marker Controls the display of the AutoSnap marker. The marker is a geometric symbol that is displayed when the crosshairs move over a snap point. ( AUTOSNAP system variable) Magnet Turns the AutoSnap magnet on or off. The magnet is an automatic movement of the crosshairs that locks the crosshairs onto the nearest snap point. (AUTOSNAP system variable) Display AutoSnap Tooltip Controls the display of the AutoSnap tooltip. The tooltip is a label that describes which part of the object you are snapping to. (AUTOSNAP system variable) Display AutoSnap Aperture Box Turns the display of the AutoSnap aperture box on or off. The aperture box is a box that appears inside the crosshairs when you snap to an object. Colors Displays the Drawing Window Colors dialog box. AutoSnap Marker Size Sets the display size for the AutoSnap marker. Object Snap Options Sets running object snap modes. Ignore Hatch Objects Specifies whether hatch objects can be snapped to. (OSOPTIONS system variable) Ignore Dimension Extension Lines Specifies whether extension lines on dimensions can be snapped to. (OSOPTIONS system variable). Aperture Size Sets the display size for the object snap target box, in device independent pixels. For 4K or higher resolution monitors, the ratio between pixels and device independent pixels (DIPs) is: Pixel = DIPs*DPI/96 For monitors with lower resolution (100% scaling or 96 DPI), this setting is in pixels. When Display AutoSnap Aperture Box is selected (or when APBOX is set to 1), the aperture box is displayed in the center of the crosshairs when you snap to an object. The aperture size determines how close to a snap point you can be before the magnet locks the aperture box to the snap point. Values range from 1 to 50 pixels. Drafting Tooltip Appearance Controls the color, size, and transparency of drafting tooltips. Settings Displays the Tooltip Appearance dialog box. This Channel's aim to give a Unique tips on autocad, to improve your working performance in autocad drafting and use autocad software very effectively to give a Adequate output in autocad drafting. Thanks & Regards. Harish M UniquE CAD DesigN. #autocad_cursor_settings
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autocad window setting, autocad display setting
 
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Hai Friends. Welcome To UniquE CAD DesigN. Controls display settings specific to the drawing environment. Color scheme Controls color settings in a dark or light color for interface elements such as the status bar, title bar, ribbon bar, palettes, and the application menu frame. (COLORTHEME system variable) Display Scroll Bars in Drawing Window Displays scroll bars at the bottom and right sides of the drawing area. Use Large Buttons for Toolbars Displays buttons in a larger format at 32 by 32 pixels. Resize Ribbon Icons to Standard Sizes Scales the small ribbon icons to 16 x 16 pixels and the large ribbon icons to 32 x 32 pixels when they do not match the standard icon sizes. (RIBBONICONRESIZE system variable) Show Tooltips Controls the display of tooltips on the ribbon, toolbars, and other user interface elements. (TOOLTIPS system variable) Number of Seconds Before Display Sets the intial delay time to display tooltips. Show Shortcut Keys in Tooltips Displays shortcut keys in the tooltip (Alt + Key) (Ctrl + Key). Show Extended Tooltips Controls the display of extended tooltips. Number of Seconds to Delay Sets the delay time between the display of basic tooltips and extended tooltips. Show Rollover Tooltips Controls the display of rollover tooltips when the cursor hovers over an object. (ROLLOVERTIPS system variable) Display File Tabs Displays the File tabs at the top of the drawing area. (FILETAB and FILETABCLOSE commands) Colors Displays the Color Options dialog box. Use this dialog box to specify colors of elements in the main application window. Fonts Displays the Command Line Window Font dialog box. Use this dialog box to specify the font for the command window text. Layout Elements Controls options for existing and new layouts. A layout is a paper space environment in which you can set up drawings for plotting. Display Layout and Model Tabs Displays the layout and Model tabs at the bottom of the drawing area. When this option is cleared, the tabs are replaced by buttons on the status bar. Display Printable Area Displays the printable area in a layout. The printable area is represented by the area within the dashed line and is determined by the selected output device. Display Paper Background Displays a representation of the specified paper size in a layout. The paper size and plot scale determine the size of the paper background. Display Paper Shadow Displays a shadow around the paper background in layout. This option is not available if the Display Paper Background option is cleared. Show Page Setup Manager for New Layouts Displays the Page Setup Manager the first time you click a layout tab. Use this dialog box to set options related to paper and plot settings. Create Viewport in New Layouts Creates a single viewport automatically when you create a new layout. This Channel's aim to give a Unique tips on autocad, to improve your working performance in autocad drafting & design. Thanks & Regards. Harish M UniquE CAD DesigN. #autocad_window_setting
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AutoCAD purge command, Fix lagging problem, Reduce autocad file size, Clean autocad drawing
 
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Hai Friends. Welcome To UniquE CAD DesigN. Reduce Your Drawings file size With The PURGE Command autocad-tips-purge-2 Are your drawings bloated for no obvious reason? When you insert a block, is there a long list of blocks that aren’t in the drawing? Ditto for layers? Oversized drawings load more slowly, take up more storage space, and take longer to save. Then you need the PURGE command! Yes, you want slim drawings Definitions of blocks, layers, styles, and more that aren’t actually used in the drawing make it slow and cumbersome. The PURGE command finds named components that aren’t used and lets you delete them. In a complicated drawing, there can be dozens or even hundreds of unused layers, blocks, text styles, dimension styles, and more. To start the PURGE command, choose Application Button, Drawing Utilities, Purge or just type purge on the command line. The Purge dialog box opens. Components that have unused items have a plus sign next to them. In this figure, you can see that there are unused blocks, dimension styles, layers, and linetypes. You can expand these items to see what you can purge. autocad-tips-purge-1 Specify PURGE settings If you’re feeling sure of yourself, you can uncheck the Confirm Each Item to Be Purged checkbox to make the process quicker. You may also want to purge nested items, such as blocks within blocks. The PURGE command has a feature that helps you figure out why you can’t purge an item. Select the View Items You Cannot Purge option. Then select an item. Below the list of items, you’ll see an explanation. For example, “This layer cannot be purged because it is the current layer.” You can also use the PURGE command to get rid of zero-length lines and empty text objects, as well as “orphaned data,” which refers to obsolete DGN linestyle data. Use the checkboxes at the bottom for those tasks. You can select any component and click the Purge button or click Purge All to purge every unused component. When you’re done, click Close. Just to make you feel good about what you’ve accomplished, you might want to check the size of your drawing before and after a major purge. This Channel's aim to give a Unique tips on autocad, to improve your working performance in autocad drafting & design. Thanks & Regards. Harish M UniquE CAD DesigN. #AutoCAD_purge_command_Fix_lagging_problem
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autocad quick properties, customize quick properties, autocad quick properties
 
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Hai Friends. Welcome To UniquE CAD DesigN. Choose What Quick Properties to Display The Quick Properties palette is perhaps one of the most customizable menus within AutoCAD, the ability to make modifications to it extends much farther than simply modifying how its location settings perform. To truly increase productivity by modifying its settings you must also understand how to have it show or hide the properties you want it to. To turn on/off properties displayed within the Quick Properties palette first click on the Customize button (located alongside the Close button of the Quick Properties palette). Customize button on Quick Properties palette Note if you cannot find the Customize button enter CUI on the command line. Be sure that the Quick Properties palette is open when you do so. This should open the Customize User Interface (CUI) window aka CUI editor. From the CUI editor, you can select the properties you want to appear in the Quick Properties palette these properties are organized by object type. To turn on/off a single property click the checkbox of the required property, or to turn on/off a group of properties click the checkbox of the category. Customize user interface window An example of a group of properties that you may want to turn on is the Lines & Arrows properties of the Rotated Dimensions object type as shown in the image below. This makes properties related to the selected dimension visible in the Quick Properties palette. Make sure not to include too many properties to the quick property palette else it will lose its importance and it may become overcrowded like the standard properties palette. When you have finished selecting the properties you want to display within the Quick Properties palette, click the Apply button to apply the changes then select the OK button to exit the CUI editor. This Channel's aim to give a Unique tips on autocad, to improve your working performance in autocad drafting & design. Thanks & Regards. Harish M UniquE CAD DesigN. #autocad_quick_properties_customize_quick_properties_autocad_quick_properties
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how to lock and unlock user interface and ribbon panels, tabs.
 
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Hai Friends. Welcome To UniquE CAD DesigN. Subscribe My Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkgRoiBhc43V_lySFoDuD0Q Watch this to know about autocad user interface https://youtu.be/_Wv0Kl5NYCY Thanks & Regards. Harish M UniquE CAD DesigN. How to lock or unlock the user interface in AutoCAD In AutoCAD 2014 and prior versions, you can lock or unlock the palettes and toolbars using the lock icon on the AutoCAD taskbar. This feature is not found in releases in 2015 and onward. This is as designed. The Lock User Interface (LOCKUI) icon has been removed starting with AutoCAD 2015. To lock or unlock palettes and toolbars, use the LOCKUI system variable.  Type LOCKUI at the command prompt and then change it to the desired value:  0 = Toolbars and windows not locked  1 = Docked toolbars locked  2 = Docked or anchored windows locked  4 = Floating toolbars locked  8 = Floating windows locked #lockand_unlock_user_interface_and_ribbon_panels_tabs
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AutoCAD 2020 system requirements, System requirements for autocad 2020. best laptop for autocad 2020
 
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Hai Friends. Welcome To UniquE CAD DesigN. || BEST LAPTOP FOR AutoCAD 2010 || FROM "HP" https://www.amazon.in/dp/B07DZK9YRK/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_vhnVCb2K6GXHA FROM "ASUS" https://www.amazon.in/dp/B07N8KP36W/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_qinVCbFFDFS9X FROM "LENOVO" https://www.amazon.in/dp/B07P8DBLX5/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_gknVCb7EQXMF3 FROM "DELL" https://www.amazon.in/dp/B07GQT4V2S/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_LfnVCbH88FZQR || THIS VIDEO BASED ON INFORMATION AVAILABLE IN BELOW Link || https://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/autocad/troubleshooting/caas/sfdcarticles/sfdcarticles/System-requirements-for-AutoCAD-2020-including-Specialized-Toolsets.html System Requirements for autocad 2020 Mainly Includes. Operating System Of A M/C, Clock Speed Of A Processor, Size Of RAM, Display Resolution & Graphics Card. 1st one Operating System. AutoCAD 2020 Is Made For 64 Bits Operating System only. It is Compatible With Windosw-07. Windows-8.1 & Windows-10. 2nd One. - Processor. For A Basic level Usage We Need - 2.5 To 2.9 GHz Speed Processor. 3rd One. - Ram. Basic WE Need - 8GB. Recommended will Be 16 BG. 8 GB Ram With 3.5 GHz Processors Is Sufficiant For 2D rafting. 4th One Display Resolution. It is Compatible With 1920 x 1080 True Color Displays. And Supports In High Resolution & 4K Displays Also. 5th One Display Card ie.. Graphics Card. For Basic Use - 1 GB is Required. Recomended From Autodesk is - 4 GB. This Channel's aim to give a Unique tips on autocad, to improve your working performance in autocad drafting and use autocad software very effectively to give a Adequate output in autocad drafting. Thanks & Regards. Harish M UniquE CAD DesigN. #AutoCAD_System_requirements_for_autocad_2020_best_laptop_for_autocad_2020
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what is dynamic input in AutoCAD, How to control Dynamic input tool tip, dynamic input in autocad
 
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Hai Friends. Welcome To UniquE CAD DesigN. In This Video We Will Discussed About What In “Dynamic Input”. Commands are the instructions that tell the program what to do. There are many ways to initiate a command: 1st. Make a selection on a ribbon. 2nd. Enter a command in the command window. 3rd. Enter a command in a dynamic input tooltip. 4th. Drag a custom command from a tool palette. By Default AutoCAD Commands Entering Starts From the Command Window. We are Continuously Working Cad 8 To 10 hours, And Our Eyes Are Concentrating On Cursor Point Through The Workflow. While Selecting The Command, Searching the Command on window Is very Stressing To Our Eyes. So, I will Recommend All Cad User To Use “Dynamic InPut” Mode Only. Dynamic tooltips provide an alternative way to enter commands. When You Starts Typing A Command. Dynamic input provides a command interface near the cursor in the drawing area. It Is Very Relaxed Method Of Selecting Commands. Control Dynamic Input Settings Type D S. That Is, Drafting Setting. Go To Dynamic Input. And Check these 04 Empty Boxes. Click Ok. Now Dynamic Input Is Activated. Use F 12 Function Key To Activate Dynamic input Directly. And Also By the dynamic input button on the status bar. Thanks & Regards. Harish M UniquE CAD DesigN. #what_is_dynamic_input_in_AutoCAD
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how to change ribbon toolbar size and location
 
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Hai Friends. Welcome To UniquE CAD DesigN. How to customize the order of a flyout command in the Ribbon You would like to change the order of the commands contained within a flyout command in a Ribbon Panel Type CUI into the command line and press EnterWithin the "Customize User Interface" dialog box, under the "All Customization Files" header, expand the "Ribbon" menuNavigate to the panel location where the "flyout command" is locatedExpand the "flyout command" menu"Drag and Drop" to change the order of the flyoutPress "OK" to close the "Customize User Interface" and to apply the changes Topic : Change The Ribbon Toolbars Sizes, Change The Location of Toolbar. Solution. Watch This Video Till The End. This Will Possible From Customize User Interspace. Type CUI. Extend The ribbon. Extend The Panel. New I will Select Draw toolbar. Select the panel dialogue Launcher. It gives the preview of ribbon panel. And select the commend, it will display the properties. Hear we can notify the some changes in the appearance column. Change that differences of the toolbar you want to Change. Click Ok. Lets fix this. This is Row One. This Is Row two. Find the command that we are edited. Change The location of toolbars To Row One. Click on Apply and Ok. Now the panel arranged Properly. Like This We Can edit all the ribbon panel. Thanks & Regards. Harish M UniquE CAD DesigN. #change_ribbon_toolbar_size_and_location
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rotate cursor and reset rotated cursor, how to rotate UCS, Snap angle
 
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Hai Friends. Welcome To UniquE CAD DesigN. Set rotated crosshairs back to normal orientation. Issue: When you open certain drawings, the crosshairs appear to be rotated from their usual 90-degree angle. Solution: This problem occurs when the snap and grid rotation angle (SNAPANG system variable) is set to other than 0 (zero). To reset the snap and grid rotation angle, follow these steps:  Enter snapang on the command line.Enter 0 at the prompt. This Channel's aim to give a Unique tips on autocad, to improve your working performance in autocad drafting & design. Thanks & Regards. Harish M UniquE CAD DesigN. #rotate_cursor_and_reset_rotated_cursor
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AutoCAD - Complete Tutorial for Beginners - Lesson 10 - Layout.
 
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Layouts. Display one or more scaled views of your design on a standard-size drawing sheet called a layout. After you finish creating a model at full size, you can switch to a paper space layoutto create scaled views of the model, and to add notes, labels, and dimensions. You can also specify different linetypes and line widths for display in paper space. Specifying the Paper Size of a Layout The first thing that you should do when you access a layout tab (1) is right-click the tab (2) and rename it (3) to something more specific than Layout 1. For a D-size layout, ARCH D or ANSI D might be a good choice. Next, open the Page Setup Manager (4) to change the paper size displayed in the layout tab. There are a lot of controls here, but you only need to change a few. The first is to specify the size of your sheet Model Space and Paper Space As you know, you create the geometry of your model in model space. Originally, this was the only space available in AutoCAD. All notes, labels, dimensions, and the drawing border and title block were also created and scaled in model space. For some applications, this method is still entirely sufficient. With the paper space feature, you can click a layout tab designed specifically for displaying multiple views, automatic scaling, and electronic or printing output. For example, a layout tab is selected in the following illustration. There are currently two objects in paper space: a block object for the title and drawing border, and a single layout viewport, which displays a scaled view of model space. By default, a single layout viewport object is initially included on each layout tab, but your organization might be using customized drawing template (DWT) files that include several predefined layouts, layout viewports, and title blocks. Let's learn more about layout viewport objects. Layout Viewports A layout viewport is an object that's created on a layout tab to display a scaled view of model space. You can think of it as a closed-circuit TV monitor that displays part of model space. You can select a layout viewport as you would any other object. When you select it, several grips display that provide a way to adjust the size of the viewport, move the viewport, and specify the scale of the view that's contained in it.
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autocad classic workspace, how to add classic workspace in AutoCAD,
 
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Hai Friends. Welcome To UniquE CAD DesigN. You can easily recreate the AutoCAD Classic workspace. To display the menu, click Quick Access Toolbar drop-down Show Menu Bar. To hide the ribbon, click Tools menu  Palettes Ribbon. To display the toolbars you require: Click Tools menu Toolbars and select the required toolbar. Repeat until all required toolbars are visible. To save the workspace: Click Tools menu Workspaces Save Current As. In the Save Workspace dialog box, in the Name box, type AutoCAD Classic. Click Save. This Channel's aim to give a Unique tips on autocad, to improve your working performance in autocad drafting & design. Thanks & Regards. Harish M UniquE CAD DesigN. #autocad_classic_workspace
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AutoCAD - Complete Tutorial for Beginners - Lesson 06 - Layer.
 
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Layers Organize your drawing by assigning objects to layers. When a drawing becomes visually complex, you can hide the objects that you currently do not need to see. Associate objects by their function or location Display or hide all related objects in a single operation Enforce linetype, color, and other property standards for each layer. Layer Controls To see how a drawing is organized, use the LAYER command to open the Layer Properties Manager. You can either enter LAYER or LA in the Command window, or you can click the Layer Properties tool on the ribbon. Layer Settings The following are the most commonly used layer settings in the Layer Properties Manager. You click the icon to turn the setting on and off. Controls in the Layer Properties Manager To create a new layer, click the button shown and enter the name of the new layer. To make a different layer the current one, click the layer and then click the indicated button. Quick Access to Layer Settings The Layer Properties Manager takes up a lot of space, and you don't always need to access all the options. For quick access to the most common layer controls, use the controls on the ribbon. When no objects are selected, the Layers panel on the Home tab displays the name of the current layer as shown here. Maintain Your Standards It's critically important either to establish or to conform to a company-wide layer standard. With a layer standard, drawing organization will be more logical, consistent, compatible, and maintainable over time and across departments. Layer standards are essential for team projects. If you create a standard set of layers and save them in a drawing template file, those layers will be available when you start a new drawing, and you can start working immediately. Additional information about drawing template files is presented in the Basics topic.
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benifits of autodesk account. how to create a autodesk account.
 
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How to create a Autodesk Account. On the Autodesk Education Community web page, click the Sign In tab at the top of the screen. On the next screen, click Create Account. On the Create Account form, enter your personal information. Select the applicable Terms & Conditions checkboxes, and click Next. You'll receive a confirmation message and an email containing a link. Note: If you haven't received the email within a few hours, check your spam folder. If necessary, add [email protected] to your email program's safe senders list. In the email, click the link to activate your account. An activation message appears. When the Education Community download page is redisplayed, sign in. After you sign in, you can download education products. Benefits of Having Autodesk Account. By This Account we get an access to Autodesk-360 drive. Hear we can store our cad files Up To 5 GB. This Stored Files we can Access & Edit by Smart phone Or tablets with the help of autocad mobile APP. We Are Having Plenty More uses From Autodesk A360. That we can discussed in detail in another video. (you can get video link in the description Box.) We Can Easily Found The software Updates Available For our product. We can easily get add-ones features available for our product. We can easily fix the software bugs, by updating hot fixes. More Than this, We can use All Autodesk Product Legally. After creating account, Autodesk Will give A Permanent Serial no for that ACCOUNT. WE CAN USE THAT  NO FOR ALL AUTODESK PRODUCT. #benifits_of_autodesk_account_how to create_a_autodesk_account
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AutoCAD - Complete Tutorial for Beginners - Lesson 04 - Geometry.
 
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Geometry Create basic geometric objects such as lines, circles, and hatched areas. You can create a lot of different types of geometric objects in AutoCAD, but you only need to know a few of them for most 2D drawings. Lines The line is the most basic and common object in AutoCAD drawings. To draw a line, click the Line tool. Alternatively, you can type LINE or just L in the Command window, and then press Enter or the Spacebar. Notice the prompt in the Command window for a point location. To specify the starting point for this line, you would type in the coordinates 0,0. It is a good idea to locate one corner of your model at 0,0, which is called the origin point. To locate additional points, you could specify additional X,Y coordinate locations in the drawing area, however more efficient methods for specifying points are available, and will be presented in the Precision topic. After you specify the next point, the LINE command automatically repeats itself, and it keeps prompting you for additional points. Press Enter or the Spacebar to end the sequence. The User Coordinate System The user coordinate system (UCS) icon indicates the direction of the positive X and Y axis for any coordinates that you enter, and it also defines the horizontal and vertical directions in a drawing. In some 2D drawings, it can be convenient to click, drag, and rotate the UCS to change the origin point, and the horizontal and vertical directions. Grid Display Some people like working with grid lines as a reference, while others prefer working in a blank area. To turn off the grid display, press F7. Even with the grid turned off, you can force your cursor to snap to grid increments by pressing F9. Lines as Construction Aids Lines can serve as reference and construction geometry such as Property line setbacksThe mirror line of a symmetrical mechanical partClearance lines to avoid interferencesTraversal path lines Circles The default option of the CIRCLE command requires you to specify a center point and a radius. The other circle options are available from the drop-down. Alternatively, you can also enter CIRCLE or just C in the Command window and click to choose an option. If you do, you can specify a center point, or you can click one of the highlighted command options as shown below. Circles can be useful as reference geometry. For example, you can see that the two doors in the illustration can interfere with each other. Polylines and Rectangles A polyline is a connected sequence of line or arc segments that is created as a single object. Use the PLINE command to create open or closed polylines for Geometry that needs to have fixed-width segmentsContinuous paths for which you need to know the total lengthContour lines for topographic maps and isobaric dataWiring diagrams and traces on printed circuit boardsProcess and piping diagrams Polylines can have a constant width or they can have different starting and ending widths. After you specify the first point of the polyline, you can use the Width option to specify the width of all subsequently created segments. You can change the width value at any time, even as you create new segments. Here is an example of a printed circuit board in which the traces were created with wide polylines. The landing pads were created with the DONUT command. Polylines can have different starting and ending widths for each segment as show A fast way to create closed rectangular polylines is to use the RECTANG command (enter REC in the Command window). Hatches and Fills In AutoCAD, a hatch is a single, compound object that covers a specified area with a pattern of lines, dots, shapes, a solid fill color, or a gradient fill.
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AutoCAD 2020 download From Mobile, autocad 2020 free download
 
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|| CLICK THIS LINK || https://ava.autodesk.com/modular/?module=download&src=classic Hai Friends. Welcome To UniquE CAD DesigN. As we know.. to download any AutoDesk software we need an AutoDesk account, 4 to 5 GB data pack and good speed internet. In these we can easily create AutoDesk account. And also we can Arrange Data Pack. but getting good speed internet is very different in this network's conditions.. In case… Any interruption happened @ the middle of downloading.. we need to download it again.. I will waste our time and data… To fix this, i have a good solution… with your smartphone you can easily download all autodesk software directly from autodesk website.. I will explain everything in detail… stay with me till the end.. This is your first visit to my channel, subscribe the channel and don't forget to click on bell icon to get a good information about autocad. Tips for a successful download Use at least a 10 Mbps Internet connection. Before you begin, temporarily turn off all active applications, including virus checking software. Make sure you have sufficient space on your hard drive. Trials are typically large file sizes. See disk space recommendation in system requirements. Restart your computer after install. This Channel's aim to give a Unique tips on autocad, to improve your working performance in autocad drafting and use autocad software very effectively to give a Adequate output in autocad drafting. Thanks & Regards. Harish M UniquE CAD DesigN. #AutoCAD_2020_Download_From_Mobile
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how to install autocad 2018 | 64 bit | windows 10
 
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Hai Friends. Welcome To UniquE CAD DesigN. This Channel's aim to give a Unique tips on autocad, to improve your working performance in autocad drafting and use autocad software very effectively to give a Adequate output in autocad drafting. Thanks & Regards. Harish M UniquE CAD DesigN. #install_autocad_software
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initial settings of autocad, basic settings of autocad, first settings of after installation,
 
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Hai Friends. Welcome To UniquE CAD DesigN. general drawing settings. Click Application button Options. In the Options dialog box, click a tab and set options as desired. Several types of tooltips provide pop-up information for interaction with toolbars, object snaps, and drafting operations. Tooltips are displayed for buttons and options in toolbars, the Application menu, the ribbon, and dialog boxes. When the cursor is over a ribbon button, for example, a basic tooltip is displayed. If you continue to hover, the tooltip expands to display additional information. You can customize the display and content of a tooltip in the Options dialog box. In the Options dialog box, Display tab, under Window Elements, click Fonts. In the Command Line Window Font dialog box, select the a Font, Font Style, and Size. An example of the current choices appears under Sample Command Line Font. Click Apply & Close to save the changes. Note: This setting does not affect the text in your drawings. This Channel's aim to give a Unique tips on autocad, to improve your working performance in autocad drafting & design. Thanks & Regards. Harish M UniquE CAD DesigN. #initial_settings_of_autocad
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how to uninstall autocad 2016 | 64 Bit | Windows 10
 
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Hai Friends. Welcome To UniquE CAD DesigN. This Channel's aim to give a Unique tips on autocad, to improve your working performance in autocad drafting and use autocad software very effectively to give a Adequate output in autocad drafting. Thanks & Regards. Harish M UniquE CAD DesigN.
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product key for autocad, product key for autodesk software,
 
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Hai Friends. Welcome To UniquE CAD DesigN. In This Video we will get all product key for autodesk softwares. Subscribe My Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkgRoiBhc43V_lySFoDuD0Q Watch This Video To Download All autodesk software. https://youtu.be/zgwGxO3mqU0 Watch This video for installing software. https://youtu.be/nEnHBeQaREA Watch This video for licencing software. https://youtu.be/uZeGMDh5LuE Watch this video to use X force keygen. https://youtu.be/MX0IEkb3B1g Watch this video to download, instal and activate the all softawre. https://youtu.be/CaG5SOS4xWs Watch this video To find product key. https://youtu.be/4BOlrG6pBEw Watch this video for uninstal the software. https://youtu.be/rz5jrF-cyG4 https://youtu.be/oN4UozuB080 Watch this tutorials for beginners in CAD_ 16. 1) user interface. https://youtu.be/_Wv0Kl5NYCY 2) What is Ribbon https://youtu.be/Tsyl1VC9XpE This Channel's aim to give a Unique tips on autocad, to improve your working performance in autocad drafting and use autocad software very effectively to give a Adequate output in autocad drafting. Thanks & Regards. Harish M UniquE CAD DesigN. #product_key_for_autocad
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autocad ribbon, customize the ribbon, autocad ribbon missing,
 
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Hai Friends. Welcome To UniquE CAD DesigN. When viewing the Ribbon in AutoCAD, or in an AutoCAD-based product, one or more Tabs or Panels are missing. Causes: The missing Tabs or Panels are turned off. The user profile may be corrupted. Settings migrated from a previous version may have altered the ribbon display. The missing Tabs or Panels may not be displayed as part to the current workspace. installation and first start of AutoCAD was not done with Local Administrator permissions (especially for AutoCAD Verticals) Solution: Turn on the missing tabs and panels: Right-click anywhere on the ribbon and use the "Show Tabs" and "Show Panels" menus turn on the desired tabs or panels. Check the AutoCAD profile: Default profiles can have different ribbon configurations and may add or remove commands and functions. One profile may not have the ribbon tab or panel that is needed, whereas another profile might have it. Check the AutoCAD workspace: Different workspaces have different tab configurations. Try changing the workspace using one of these methods: This Channel's aim to give a Unique tips on autocad, to improve your working performance in autocad drafting & design. Thanks & Regards. Harish M UniquE CAD DesigN. #autocad_ribbon_customize_the_ribbon_autocad_ribbon_missing,
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AutoCAD - Complete Tutorial for Beginners - Lesson 08 - Modifying.
 
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Modifying Products and versions covered  Perform editing operations such as erase, move, and trim on the objects in a drawing. The most common of these tools are located on the Modify panel of the Home tab. Take a minute to look through them. Erase To erase an object, use the ERASE command. You can enter E in the Command window, or click the Erase tool. When you see the cursor change to a square pickbox, click each object that you want to erase, and then press Enter or the Spacebar. Note: Alternatively, before you enter any command, you can select several objects and then press the Delete key. Experienced users often use this method as well. Select Multiple Objects Sometimes you need to select a large number of objects. Instead of selecting each object individually, you can select the objects in an area by clicking an empty location (1), moving your cursor right or left, and then clicking a second time (2). With a crossing selection, any objects within or touching the green area are selected.With a window selection, only the objects completely contained within the blue area are selected. The result is called the selection set, the set of objects that will be processed by a command. Tip: You can easily remove objects from the selection set. For example, if you select 42 objects, and two of them should not have been selected, hold down Shift and then select the two that you want to remove. Then, press Enter or the Spacebar, or right click to end the selection process. Note: Clicking and dragging results in a different selection method called lassoselection. Move and Copy Here's how you would use the COPY command to lay out a row of decorative tiles. Starting with a polyline that represents its shape, you need to make copies that are 1/8" apart. You click the Copy tool or enter CP in the Command window to start the command. From here, you can choose between two methods, depending on what's more convenient. You will use these two methods frequently. The Distance Method The second tile needs to be a total of 9-7/8" + 1/8" = 10" to the right of the original tile. So, you select the tile, press Enter or the Spacebar to end your selection, and click anywhere in the drawing area (1). This point does not have to be located on the tile. Next, you move your cursor to the right, relying on the polar tracking angle to keep the direction horizontal, and then enter 10 for the distance. Press Enter or the Spacebar a second time to end the command. The specified distance and a direction from a point (1) is applied to the tile that you selected. The Two Points Method Another method, one that you will often use when you don't want to add numbers together, requires two steps. You start the COPY command and select the tile as before, but this time you click the two endpoints as shown. These two points also define a distance and direction. Create Multiple Copies You can use the two-points method as a repeating sequence. Let's say that you want to make more copies of the circle at the same horizontal distance. Offset Most models include a lot of parallel lines and curves. Creating them is easy and efficient with the OFFSET command. Click the OFFSET tool or enter O in the Command window. Select the object (1), specify the offset distance, and click to indicate on which side of the original that you want the result (2). Here is an example of offsetting a polyline. Trim and Extend A popular technique is to use the OFFSET command in combination with the TRIM and EXTEND commands. In the Command window, you can enter TR for TRIM or EX for EXTEND. Trimming and extending are some of the most commonly used operations.
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how to use autodesk uninstall tool - Uninstall AutoDesk Software.
 
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Hai Friends. Welcome To UniquE CAD DesigN. This Channel's aim to give a Unique tips on autocad, to improve your working performance in autocad drafting and use autocad software very effectively to give a Adequate output in autocad drafting. Thanks & Regards. Harish M UniquE CAD DesigN. #autocad_uninstall_tool
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AutoCAD - Complete Tutorial for Beginners - Lesson 09 - Blocks.
 
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Blocks Insert symbols and details into your drawings from commercial online sources or from your own designs. In AutoCAD, a block is a collection of objects that are combined into a single named object. The following are some sample blocks at various scales. Some of these blocks are realistic representations of objects, some are symbols, and one of them is an architectural title block for a D-size drawing. Insert a Block Typically, each of these blocks is an individual drawing file, perhaps saved in a folder with similar drawing files. When you need to insert one into your current drawing file, you use the INSERT command (or enter I in the Command window). The first time you insert the drawing as a block, you need to click Browse to locate the drawing file. Make sure you organize your blocks into easy-to-find folders. Once inserted, the block definition is stored in your current drawing. From then on, you can choose it from the Name drop-down list without needing to click the Browse button. Tip: The default settings in the Insert dialog box are usually acceptable. After you choose the block name, click OK, and then specify its location in your drawing. You can rotate it later, if necessary. Notice that when you insert a block, it is attached to your cursor at the point indicated. This location is called the insertion point. By default, the insertion point is the origin point (0,0) of the original drawing. After inserting the block, you can select it and a grip appears. You can easily move and rotate this block using this grip. In the following example, a drawing file is inserted into the current drawing to provide a standard detail view. Note: Inserting a drawing file as a block provides a static reference to the specified drawing. For a reference that automatically updates, you can attach the drawing with the External References palette (XREF command) instead. Create a Block Definition Instead of creating a drawing file to be inserted as a block, you might want to create a block definition directly in your current drawing. Use this method if you do not plan to insert the block into any other drawing. In that case, use the BLOCK command to create the block definition. For example, this is how you could create a module for a cubicle design. Create the objects for the block.Start the BLOCK command.Enter a name for the block, in this case Quad-Cube.Select the objects that you created for the block (click 1 and 2).Specify the block insertion point. You can enter the information for steps 3, 4, and 5 into the Block Definition dialog box in any order. After creating the block definition, you can insert, copy, and rotate the block as needed. Using the EXPLODE command, you can explode a block back to its component objects if you need to make changes. In the illustration below, the cubicle on the right was exploded and modified. In this example, you would probably create a new block definition from the objects in the exploded block. Note: You can create block definitions that include one or more attributes that store and display information. The command that you would use is ATTDEF. Typically, attributes include data such as part number, name, cost, and date. You can export block attribute information to a table or to an external file. Recommendations There are several different schemes for saving and retrieving block definitions. You can create an individual drawing file for each block that you intend to use. You save these drawing files in folders, each of which would contain a family of related drawing files.You can include the block definitions for title blocks and common symbols in your drawing template files to make them available immediately when starting a new drawing.You can create several drawing files, which are sometimes called block library drawings. Each of these drawings contains a family of related block definitions. When you insert a block library drawing into your current drawing, all the blocks that are defined in that drawing become available. Tip: With online access, you can download AutoCAD drawing files from the web sites of commercial vendors and suppliers. This can save you time, but always check to make sure that they are drawn correctly and to scale
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AutoCAD - Complete Tutorial for Beginners - Lesson 01 - introduction.
 
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Basic guide to the basic commands that you need to create 2D drawings using AutoCAD. This guide is a great place to get started if you just completed your initial training, or to refresh your memory if you use AutoCAD only occasionally. The included commands are grouped together according to types of activity, and are arranged to follow a general workflow. Basics Review the basic AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT controls. Viewing Pan and zoom in a drawing, and control the order of overlapping objects. Geometry Create basic geometric objects such as lines, circles, and hatched areas. Precision Ensure the precision required for your models. Layers Organize your drawing by assigning objects to layers. Properties You can assign properties such as color and linetype to individual objects, or as default properties assigned to layers. Modifying Perform editing operations such as erase, move, and trim on the objects in a drawing. Blocks Insert symbols and details into your drawings from commercial online sources or from your own designs. Layouts Display one or more scaled views of your design on a standard-size drawing sheet called a layout. Notes and Labels Create notes, labels, bubbles, and callouts. Save and restore style settings by name. Dimensions Create several types of dimensions and save dimension settings by name. Printing Output a drawing layout to a printer, a plotter, or a file. Save and restore the printer settings for each layout.
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AutoCAD - Complete Tutorial for Beginners - Lesson 05 - Precision.
 
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Precision Ensure the precision required for your models. There are several precision features available, including Polar tracking. Snap to the closest preset angle and specify a distance along that angle. Locking angles. Lock to a single, specified angle and specify a distance along that angle. Object snaps. Snap to precise locations on existing objects, such as an endpoint of a polyline, the midpoint of a line, or the center point of a circle. Grid snaps. Snap to increments in a rectangular grid. Coordinate entry. Specify a location by its Cartesian or polar coordinates, either absolute or relative. The three most commonly used features are polar tracking, locking angles, and object snaps. Polar Tracking When you need to specify a point, such as when you create a line, you can use polar tracking to guide the movement of your cursor in certain directions. Locking Angles If you need to draw a line at a specified angle, you can lock the angle for the next point. For example, if the second point of a line needs to be created at a 45 degree angle, you would
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AutoCAD - Complete Tutorial for Beginners - Lesson 07 - Properties.
 
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Properties You can assign properties such as color and linetype to individual objects, or as default properties assigned to layers. In the following drawing, the walls, exterior stone facing, doors, fixtures, cabinetry, HVAC, electrical, and text were created using different colors to help differentiate between them. The Properties Palette The Properties palette is an essential tool. You can open it with the PROPERTIES command (enter PR in the Command window), you can press Ctrl + 1, or you can click the tiny arrow in the Properties panel on the Home tab—whichever you prefer. The Properties palette displays a list of all the important property settings. You can click any of the available fields to change the current settings. In the following example, if no objects are selected, the current color will be changed from ByLayer to Red and the UCS icon will be turned off. Verify and Change Object Properties You can use the Properties palette to verify and change property settings for selected objects. If you click an object in your drawing to select it, here is what you might see in the Properties palette. Notice that the current properties for the selected object are displayed in the palette. You can change any of these properties by clicking and changing the setting. A property that is set to "ByLayer" inherits its setting from the layer. In the previous example, the objects that were created on the 20 ELECTRICAL layer are purple because that is the default color of the objects on that layer. If you select several objects, only their common properties are listed in the Properties palette. If you change one of these properties, all the selected objects will change in one operation. Selecting objects is covered in more detail in the Modifying topic. Quick Access to Property Settings The Properties palette takes up a lot of space. For quick access to the most common properties, use the Properties panel. As you can see in this example, the listed properties will all be determined by the current layer. The Properties panel works the same way as the Properties palette. When you select an object, the current property settings are replaced by the properties assigned to the selected object, and you can use this panel to easily change the properties of one of more selected objects. Match the Properties of Objects For a fast way to copy the properties of a selected object to other objects, use the Match Properties tool, or enter MATCHPROP or MA in the Command window. Select the source object, and then select all of the objects that you want to modify. Linetypes Dashed and other non-continuous linetypes are assigned from the Properties panel. You must first load a linetype before you can assign it. In the Linetype drop-down list, click Other. This action displays the Linetype Manager dialog box. Perform the following steps in order: Click Load. Choose one or more linetypes that you want to use. Notice that dashed (non-continuous) linetypes come in several preset sizes.Click Show/Hide details to display additional settings.Specify a different "global scale factor" for all linetypes—the larger the value, the longer the dashes and spaces. Click OK. Once you've loaded the linetypes that you plan to use, you can select any object and specify a linetype from the Properties panel or the Properties palette. Alternatively, you can specify a default linetype for any layer in the Layer Properties Manager. Lineweights The Lineweight property provides a way to display different thicknesses for selected objects. The thickness of the lines remain constant regardless of the scale of the view. In a layout, lineweights are always displayed and printed in real-world units. Lineweights can also be assigned from the Properties panel. You can leave the lineweight set to ByLayer, or you can specify a value that overrides the layer's lineweight. In some cases, the lineweight previews look the same because they are displayed in approximated pixel widths on a monitor. However, they will print at the correct thickness. To control the display of lineweights, click the Lineweight Settings button at the bottom of the lineweight list. In the Lineweight Settings dialog box, you can choose whether you want to display or hide lineweights. Regardless of the display setting, lineweights will always be printed at the correct scale.
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AutoCAD - Complete Tutorial for Beginners - Lesson 03 - Viewing.
 
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Viewing Pan and zoom in a drawing, and control the order of overlapping objects. The easiest way to change your view is by using the wheel on your mouse. Zoom in or out by rolling the wheel.Pan a view in any direction by holding the wheel down and then moving your mouse.Zoom to the extents of your model by clicking the wheel twice. Tip: When you zoom in or out, the location of the cursor is important. Think of your cursor as a magnifying glass. For example, if you position the cursor in the upper-right area of the floor plan as shown below, zooming in magnifies the dressing room without shifting the view. Overlapping Objects If you create objects that overlap each other, you might need to change which objects are displayed on top or in front of the others. For example, if you want the yellow highway to cross the blue river rather than the other way around, use the DRAWORDER command to reorder the objects. You can access several draw order options from the Modify panel on the ribbon. Click to expand the Modify panel, and then click the down-arrow as shown below. The draw order options that are listed include sending all hatches to the back, all text to the front.
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AutoCAD - Complete Tutorial for Beginners - Lesson 02 - Basics of AutoCAD.
 
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Basics Review the basic AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT controls. After you launch AutoCAD or AutoCAD LT, click the Start Drawing button to begin a new drawing. You'll notice a standard tabbed ribbon across the top of the drawing area. You can access nearly all the commands presented in this guide from the Home tab. In addition, the Quick Access toolbar shown below includes familiar commands such as New, Open, Save, Print, Undo, and so on. The Command Window At the heart of the program is the Command window, which is normally docked at the bottom of the application window. The Command window displays prompts, options, and messages. You can enter commands directly in the Command window instead of using the ribbon, toolbars, and menus. Many long-time users prefer this method. Notice that as you start to type a command, it is completed automatically. When several possibilities are available such as in the example below, you can make your choice by clicking it or using the arrow keys and then pressing Enter or the Spacebar. New Drawings You can easily conform to industry or company standards by specifying settings for text, dimensions, linetypes, and several other features. For example, this backyard deck design displays two different dimension styles.  All these settings can be saved in a drawing template file. Click New to choose from several drawing template files:  For imperial drawings that assume your units are inches, use acad.dwt or acadlt.dwt.For metric units that assume your units are millimeters, use acadiso.dwt oracadltiso.dwt.  The "Tutorial" template files in the list are simple examples for the architectural or mechanical design disciplines with both imperial (i) and metric (m) versions. You might want to experiment with them. Most companies use drawing template files that conform to company standards. They will often use different drawing template files depending on the project or the client. Create Your Own Drawing Template File You can save any drawing (.dwg) file as a drawing template (.dwt) file. You can also open any existing drawing template file, modify it, and then save it again, with a different filename if needed. If you work independently, you can develop your drawing template files to suit your working preferences, adding settings for additional features as you become familiar with them. To modify an existing drawing template file, click Open, specify Drawing Template (*.dwt) in the Select File dialog box, and choose the template file. Units When you first start a drawing, you need to decide what the length of one unit represents—an inch, a foot, a centimeter, a kilometer, or some other unit of length. For example, the objects below could represent two buildings that are each 125 feet long, or they could represent a section from a mechanical part that is measured in millimeters. Unit Display Settings After you decide what unit of length that you want to use, the UNITS command lets you control several unit display settings including the following: If you plan to work in feet and inches, use the UNITS command to set the unit type to Architectural, and then when you create objects, specify their lengths in inches. If you plan to use metric units, leave the unit type set to Decimal. Changing the unit format and precision does not affect the internal precision of your drawing. It affects only how lengths, angles, and coordinates are displayed in the user interface. Model Scale Always create your models at full size (1:1 scale). The term model refers to the geometry of your design. A drawing includes the model geometry along with the views, notes, dimensions, callouts, tables, and the title block displayed in the layout. You can specify the scaling that is necessary to print a drawing on a standard-sized sheet later, when you create the layout.
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