Autocad 3d trainning manual

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Copyright © 2004

AutoCAD 3D Training Manual
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Written by Kristen S. Kurland

® AutoCAD is a registered trademark of Autodesk, Inc.

Chapter 1 Controlling Views

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Viewports Viewports 1.1

Viewports

Screen divided into three tiled viewports

-Vports Command
1. Type -VPORTS at the commandprompt. Command: -vports Enter an option [Save/Restore/Delete/Join/SIngle/?/2/3/4] : enter Enter a configuration option [Horizontal/Vertical/Above/ Below/Left/Right] : enter Regenerating model. 2. 3. Click Type once in each vport to make it active. a ZOOM option in each viewport. NOTE: AutoCAD plots only the current vport.

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Viewports 3D Viewports 1.2
1. 2. 3. Choose Click Click View, Viewports, New Viewports the dropdown option for Setup and click 3D. OK.
New Viewports tab of the Viewports dialog

Viewports

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Preset Views Preset Views 1.3
1. 2. 3. Choose Click Click View, Named Views Orthographic & Isometric Viewstab of the View dialog. One of the following view options: Top Bottom Front Back Left Right Southwest Isometric Southeast Isometric Northeast Isometric Northwest Isometric

Preset Views

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Click Click

the Set Current button the OK button

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Vpoint Command
Vpoint Command (Tripod) 1.4
Displays acompass and tripod for defining a view rotation. The compass represents a two dimensional globe. 1. Choose View, 3D Views, Vpoint or 2. Type VPOINT at the command prompt. Command: vpoint Rotate/ : (enter) 3. Click a point on the compass to define the viewing angle.
Tripod Point in the center of the compass is the north pole

Vpoint Command

Middle ring of the compass is the equator

Entireouter ring is the south pole

Vpoint Command (Rotate) 1.5
Enters a rotation angle at the viewpoint prompt. 1. Choose View, 3D Views, Vpoint or 2. Type VPOINT at the command prompt. Command: vpoint Rotate/ : R (enter) Enter angle in XY plane from X axis : 225 (enter) Enter angle from XY plane : 15 (enter) Regenerating drawing.

Resultant viewport with new 3D view

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Vpoint Command

Vpoint Command

DDVpoint Command 1.6
1. Choose View, 3D Views, Viewpoint Preset or 2. Type DDVPOINT at the command prompt. Command: ddvpoint 3. Set a viewing angle by typing the From X axis and XY Plane angle. or 4. Pick a viewing angle in the 2 graphics Left graphic = From X Axis Right graphic = In XY Plane 5. ClickOK.
Resultant viewport with new 3D view Angle from the X Axis

Angle in the XY Plane

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Vpoint Presets
Vpoint Command (Vector Option) 1.7
Enters coordinates at the viewpoint prompt. 1. Choose View, 3D Views, Vpoint or 2. Type VPOINT at the command prompt. Command: vpoint Rotate/ : -1,-1,1 Regeneratingdrawing.

Vpoint Presets
Resultant viewport with entered coordinates -1,-1,1

Other Preset Viewpoints 1.8
1. Choose View, 3D Views, and one of the following viewpoint options: Top, Bottom, Left, Right, Front, Back SW Isometric SE Isometric NW Isometric NE Isometric

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Plan View
Plan View 1.9
1. ChooseView, 3D Views, Plan View the one of the following: Current UCS, World UCS, Named UCS or 2. Type PLAN at the command prompt. Command: plan Enter an option [Current ucs/Ucs/World] : Regenerating model.

Plan View

Current ucs Ucs

Goes to the plan view of the current UCS. At the command line type in a name of a previously named Coordinate System. Goes to the plan view of the World Coordinate...
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