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Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week

Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week: DESELECTING WITH SHIFT

Eva Dierkes

This week's AutoCad tip of the week is just a quick reminder on how to deselect objects. When you want to delete multiple objects that do not share the same characteristics, it can be that you select them one by one and then click the incorrect one by accident. In this moment you don't have to start over, just deselect the object by pressing shift and the same time.

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Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week: THE SKETCH Command

Eva Dierkes

This week's AutoCAD tip of the week covers how to use The SKETCH Command. Sometimes free hand objects are required in your drawings, such as irregular hatch types and signatures. For these types of objects, The SKETCH Command can be used and set up with a correct line type and increments.

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Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week: THE APPLOAD Command

Eva Dierkes

This week’s AutoCAD tip of the week covers a useful command to load an application into AutoCAD. Using the APPLOAD command, you can load an application or a customized tool for performing specific tasks.This tool allows integrating applications developed internally or by other enthusiastic AutoCAD Lisp developers into your AutoCAD program.

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Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week: THE LOFT Command

Tania Arrieta

This week for the tip of the week we will see how to make a surface using the Loft Command. This is very useful when you want to make 3D surfaces or solids by specifying cross sections, this means you can use open or closed polylines and/or splines. The objects you create with this command will look like meshes using the 2D wireframe view.

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Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week: Selecting Objects Inside a Command

Tania Arrieta

This week’s Promine AutoCAD tip of the week covers how to select objects when you are inside a command. When using a command that has an object selection in it, there are multiple ways you can use to select the object. If you want to select only certain objects, using a fence can be a useful tool, or by simply typing ALL all objects will be selected.

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Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week: COMPARE TOOL

Tania Arrieta

This week’s AutoCAD tip of the week covers a useful tool added in AutoCAD 2019 to compare two different drawings or two different versions of the same drawing. The COMPARE TOOL is very helpful when you want to find out what the differences are between two different versions of a given design.

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Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week: The MEASURE and PDMODE Commands

Tania Arrieta

This week we will be going through 2 commands. The MEASURE and PDMODE Commands. The results from executing these two commands will allow us to generate points along a line with specified intervals. This is useful when you wish to insert safety bays at a set distance on a wall polyline. Create a railway track or show posts needed for an electric line.

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