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AutoCAD’s workflow is based on the concept of a drawing. A drawing comprises a collection of two-dimensional (2D) or three-dimensional (3D) drawing entities, such as lines, curves, surfaces, solids, or draft entities. The drawing entities, in turn, are linked together in a hierarchy to form an organizational structure.
This article focuses on the concept of a drawing and how to make a basic 3D drawing.
What is a Drawing?
The simplest type of drawing in AutoCAD is a 2D drawing, which consists of objects. AutoCAD’s drawing space consists of layers that contain all 2D objects in the drawing.
The drawing entities in a layer or object can be placed in one of two states: Draft or Finished. A draft drawing is unfinished and in a provisional state. When a draft drawing is finished, it becomes a finished drawing.
In the following illustration, the drawing is composed of a single layer, which contains three objects. The background layer of the drawing contains all the objects. Note the Object State button (O) in the status bar on the left. The background layer is in the Draft state.
The following illustration shows the status bar and a sample layer of a finished drawing.
The Blue Layer is one of the views of the selected layer. All three layers of the drawing are shown. In the example, the background layer is in the Draft state and the layer containing the three objects is in the Finished state.
Draft or Finished?
By default, a new drawing is initially created as a draft drawing. The owner of a drawing can change the status of the drawing by default. When the drawing status is set to Finished, it will then become a completed drawing.
The default status for a new drawing can be changed in the Draw dialog box under Draft or Finished by clicking the arrow of the status bar, then clicking the Options button on the Draft or Finished tabs of the Status bar.
You can also change the status of the drawing by default. In the Change Status dialog box, under Default state, you can select Draft and Finished.
To automatically change the drawing status to Finished, you can use the Run command. In the command line, use the –finished command to set the default status of a new drawing to Finished.
The following illustration shows the status bar of a Draft drawing with the Options
Unified Project System (UPS)
The Unified Project System (UPS) is an add-on to AutoCAD that allows users to work on projects with multiple parts.
It is most useful for architects and engineers working on the design of structures, or for designers working on individual projects in coordination with other designers.
UPS also allows users to work on multiple projects concurrently.
UPS provides a simple interface for automatically drafting model sections, inserting notes and annotations, and configuring automatic name change settings. These features allow a user to easily see the progress of a project on a day-to-day basis.
Further functions include managing the assembly of model pieces, preparing the final drawings, annotating and commenting on the drawings, and recording verification and revision history.
UPS also allows users to create custom templates and macros that can be used to enhance the drafting process.
UPS is included in all new AutoCAD installations, and is available as a standalone download.
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Go to Navigate -> Options -> Set:
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What’s New in the AutoCAD?
Drawing browser integration:
Rely on the software’s best-in-class rendering engine to display your drawing as it would appear on the screen of your designer’s computer. The drawing browser runs on any Windows OS, including Windows 7 and Windows 10, so it can be accessed anywhere your AutoCAD session exists. (video: 1:06 min.)
Streamlined drafting workflow:
Use the integrated Drafting Manager to save time by creating and uploading files based on their latest revision. Save templates, documents, diagrams, graphs, and more and access them all in the same window. Streamline the process of creating and sharing drawings and knowledge with others. (video: 1:29 min.)
Run your entire AutoCAD session without user manual updating:
When you create a drawing, you can choose whether to use your manual or the Drawing Manager as your default tool. If you use the Drawing Manager, updates to AutoCAD will be reflected in your drawing automatically. (video: 1:07 min.)
The Drafting Manager keeps you and your team in sync with content throughout your organization. It automatically saves changes to all of the designs you are working on, while providing visual feedback on the status of each. (video: 1:22 min.)
Drafting Manager updates to the new user interface:
The Drafting Manager’s interface has been designed to reflect the overall look and feel of the rest of AutoCAD. The new design includes a new toolbar and ribbon at the top of the drawing window and a new tool palette that can be accessed from any tool’s ribbon. In addition, other areas of the new interface, such as the Block and Display Manager, receive new icons and animations. (video: 1:21 min.)
To start using the ribbon, simply drag it out of the drawing window. You can move and resize any tool or pane in the ribbon by clicking and dragging. (video: 1:15 min.)
When you start typing in the drawing, you are immediately taken to the most recently used toolbars. You can customize the toolbars to include the tools you need most. (video: 1:12 min.)
The command line provides quick access to any command without the need to select a tool from the tool palette
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