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AutoCAD Hangers Basic Ttr and Sweep

January 4, 2015 // 0 Comments

This AutoCAD tutorial is show you how to make simple 3D hangers to learn more about circle ttr (tan tan radius) and also sweep command. Level: Beginner Dimensions: Free style Focus commands: Circle Read More...

AutoCAD System Requirements All Versions

January 3, 2015 // 1 Comment

There are already released a lot of AutoCAD versions until now. Every version have different system requirements needed for computer or laptop. More higher the AutoCAD version, it is mean you need Read More...

AutoCAD 3D Beds Part 1

January 2, 2015 // 1 Comment

Here are my collections AutoCAD 3D beds part 1 with format .dwg. This files only 3D solid not include with material textures to make it look more realistic. Check it out!!! AutoCAD 3D Bed 1 AutoCAD Read More...

AutoCAD Wall Brick + Bump Texture Part1

January 2, 2015 // 0 Comments

Here are the list AutoCAD wall brick texture with bump high quality to make your design more realistic, take a look!!! AutoCAD Wall Brick 1 AutoCAD Wall Brick 2 AutoCAD Wall Brick 3 AutoCAD Wall Read More...

Understanding AutoCAD Polygon Command

January 1, 2015 // 0 Comments

In AutoCAD, the polygon command is use to draw polygons object which are closed polylines. In default number of sides of polygon is 4, but you can draw the other sides from 3 until 1024 sides. Read More...

Understanding AutoCAD Arc Command

January 1, 2015 // 0 Comments

In AutoCAD, arc command is use to make arc object. When you draw an object arc, by default will provide a counter-clockwise direction. But when you draw, press and hold ctrl button, it’s will Read More...

Understanding AutoCAD Circle Command

January 1, 2015 // 0 Comments

In AutoCAD, circle command is use to draw a circle object base on radius or center. There are also any options to draw a circle with 2 points, 3 points, and two tangents/ttr. Command: C Specify Read More...

Understanding AutoCAD Line Command

December 31, 2014 // 0 Comments

In AutoCAD, Line command is a command that is used to form a line or sequence of connected lines, and each of these lines can be manipulated. For example: Type l (enter) Specify first point (click Read More...
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