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AutoCAD 2018 and Inventor 2018 Tutorial By Tutorial Books (www.engbookspdf.com)

AUTOCAD 2015 AND INVENTOR TUTORIAL

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Part 1: AutoCAD Basics To create a new dimension style, click the In the Text placement section, set the New button on the Dimension Style Vertical and Horizontal values to Centered. Manager dialog; the Create New Select Text alignment > Horizontal. Dimension Style dialog appears. In the Create New Dimension Style dialog, enter Mechanical in the New Style Name. Select ISO-25 from the Start With dropdown and click Continue. Study the other options in the Text tab. These In the New Dimension Style dialog, click the Primary Units tab. Ensure that the Unit Format is set to Decimal. Set Precision to 0. Select Decimal separator > ‘.’(Period). options let you to change the appearance of the dimension text. Click the Lines tab on the dialog. In this tab, notice the two options in the Extension lines section: Extend beyond dim lines and Offset from origin. Set Extend beyond dim lines and Offset from origin to 1.25. Set the Baseline spacing in the Dimension lines section to 5. Study the other options in the Primary Units tab. Most of them are self-explanatory. Click the Text tab. Ensure that the Text height is set 2.5. Study the different options in this tab. The options in this tab are used to change the appearance and behaviour of the dimension lines and extension lines. 139

Part 1: AutoCAD Basics Select the circles from the drawing to apply the center mark to them. Click the Symbols and Arrows tab and set Arrow size to 3 and Center Marks to 3. Select the Line option in the Center marks section. Notice the different options in this tab. The options in this tab are used to change the appearance of the arrows and symbols. Also, you can set the appearance of the center marks and centrelines of circles and arcs. On the ribbon, click Annotate > Dimensions > Dimension . Make sure that the Object Snap icon is turned on the status bar. Select the lower right corner of the drawing. Select the endpoint of the center mark of the small circle; the dimension is attached to the pointer. Move the pointer vertical downwards and position the dimension, as shown below. Click OK to accept the settings. Click Set Current on the Dimension Style Manager dialog; the Mechanical dimension style will be set as current. Click Close to close the dialog. On the Annotate tab of the ribbon, click Select the Baseline option from the command line. Centerlines > Center Mark . 140

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