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Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week

Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week: FILEDIA Command

Mohamed Zaki

The FILEDIA command allows the user to open a dialog box when trying to open or saving a drawing instead of manually typing in the path of that drawing. To have a dialog box appear when opening or saving a drawing, simply type in the command FILEDIA, type in a value of 1 and hit Enter.

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Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week: Add Selected Command

Eva Dierkes

This week we are covering a very useful command that allows to add the AutoCAD objects like blocks and polylines with exactly the same settings and attributes as already in the drawing. It is very useful if you are working in a drawing that might not be your own and you want to copy the styles of the polylines that are already in the drawing. If you select to use it on a polyline, the polyline command will automatically start and the drawn line will have all attributes like color and style inherited from the original polyline.

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Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week: Mining Blocks Annotation

Carlos Freile

In this week’s Tip Of The Week, we will be going to cover how to annotate blocks for a drift and blast design using  the section and stope design modules. This helps to visualize mineral information.

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Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week: Explode & Join Commands

Luis Montiel Petro

This week’s Promine’s AutoCAD tip of the week covers a useful trick to separate objects contained in a single polyline. Using the Explode command, you can split the polyline into different lines representing its segments. Once you have the line objects, you can join the ones associated to a specific object using the command Join.

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Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week: SECSLICE Command

Paola Reyes

In this week’s tip, we will see one of our new features in Promine, called Section Slice. This command is found in the Promine Tools module. It allows the user to display sections according to a thickness or an elevation range at a chosen elevation. This command only works with meshes and 3D solids; thus, it does not support polygon meshes.

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Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week: STDDI Command

Olivier Higaniro

This command allows to divide 3D models (solids or meshes) into smaller ones using parameters defined by the user. The command can be used to divide a 3D model using either a volume or distance.

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Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week: Gizmo Tool

Luis Montiel Petro

This week’s Promine’s AutoCAD tip of the week covers a useful tool to manipulate 3D drift meshes in underground workings using the gizmo tool. To use the gizmo tool, select the Mesh tab in the 3D Modeling workspace. In the Selection panel,  the user can define if they want to move, rotate or scale a mesh object. In the filter drop list, the user can define whether they want to modify a vertex, an edge or a face itself.

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