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Unformatted text preview: Lab 1 Review: Recommended Drawing Procedure • Start drawing by 1. Setting drawing units (feet) 2. Setting up drawing limits (230 by 130) 2. Setting up drawing limits (230 by 130) 3. Turning on “Grid” 4. Turning on “Snap” 5. Turning on and using “OSnap” whenever necessary • Other drawing commands and tools IE332 Fall 2009 1 1. Text 2. Dimension 3. Hatch 4. Layer Lab 1 Review: Drawing Limits and Grid • Drawing Limits are optional. You do not have to use them. • If you do set up drawing limits, the Grid only appears in the area defined by drawing limits. This helps you know where you want to draw objects. IE332 Fall 2009 2 Lab 1 Review: Grid and Snap • Grid: visual aids – Help know the area where you want to draw objects – Help know the dimension of objects and the distance between them by determining Grid Spacing • Snap: determine where the cursor (Crosshairs and Pickbox) can go • If Snap Spacing = Grid Spacing, the cursor goes to only the serial dots in the Grid. Without looking at coordinates, you know the dimension of the object IE332 Fall 2009 3 you are drawing • Turn off “Snap” if you cannot move the cursor to a...
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2012 for the course IE 230 taught by Professor Xangi during the Spring '08 term at Purdue.
- Spring '08