MAE_184_TEMPLATE_Project

MAE_184_TEMPLATE_Project - Templates: One of the great...

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Templates: One of the great advantages to computer aided drafting is the time that can be saved when performing repetitive tasks. AutoCAD allows us to set up and use “templates” so that we do not have to repeat set-up procedures. AutoCAD provides a library of ready-made templates for commonly used set-ups, or we can create our own. When
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Title Blocks Title Block samples taken from random samples returned with a Google image search for “Title Blocks”
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Title Blocks serve to provide information regarding: Company Name Project/drawing title Date Creator Sheet Number Drawing Status Etc.
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For our purposes in this course, we will begin with the following format: You may choose any readable font you wish. What is shown here is Standard Font for the outer blocks (DATE, etc.) at a height of .1 inch. The font for the center block is “Batang” with text heights of 0.1, .07, . 125, and 0.1 inch on lines 1-4 respectively. The space between lines two and three is reserved for a project title when a project consists of multiple sheets. The height of that line is .07” Dimensions in inches.
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CREATING THE BLOCK: If you have done the introductory project for AutoCAD, creating the title block Box should be a snap. There are many correct ways to accomplish this task; here is one that should give you a little more practice in moving around the AutoCAD graphics area. You will be able to move the completed block anywhere you wish, so you may
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This note was uploaded on 12/21/2011 for the course MAE 184 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Syracuse.

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