To do this you will use the 2D drafting and annotations and the 3D features. The final model should look something like this in 3D. Remember that using gridmode F9 and snapmode F7 can be helpful between drawing tasks. Your commands and shortcuts might differ with other versions, though. You should delete the first torus. Remember that you can isolate hide the main body for this step. For more drawings that you can use to practice your skills, be sure to check out my book! Do you have any tips to help make this tutorial easier?
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Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments via e-mail. Comments Posts. Here are the 2D drawings: Remember that using gridmode F9 and snapmode F7 can be helpful between drawing tasks. Start a new drawing in AutoCAD. Draw a circle with a diameter of 60 and place its center on the origin 0,0.
Draw a horizontal line that starts at the origin and a length of This line will be used as a reference length for the next step. Draw a rectangle using the RECTANG command as shown on the right side of the image below, using the endpoint of the line as a guide to place the rectangle. Then mirror the rectangle using the start point of the line or the center of the circle for the mirror line.
Remember to erase the reference line that you used to create the rectangle. Now draw a concentric smaller circle with a diameter of Also, draw a vertical line 19 units to the right of the center of the circles as shown below and mirror it.
As with the rectangles, the lines need to exceed the circle perimeter. Now use the TRIM command and use the vertical lines as edges to trim the inner circle. Resize the 2 vertical lines so that they end at the top and bottom arcs.
Exercise V1: Setting Options and Creating Basic Vector Objects
Then use the JOIN command to make the following shape in the center. Click the gear Workspace Switching icon on the bottom right of the screen and choose 3D Basics instead of Drafting and Annotation. This image is using the X-ray visual style. Remember that first you must select the main cylinder, press Enter and then select the objects you want to subtract from it.
You might need to change your viewpoint or visual style, especially to subtract the central shape. Now you should have a model looking like this: Now you should go back to the 2D Drawing and Annotation and return to a top 3D view such as SE Isometric if necessary. Why not share! Embed Size px. Start on. Show related SlideShares at end.
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