Please what is the basis for the overriding < of 225 as against <45 degrees
Please explain 4xR1.00
From the utility panel, I used the distance tool to measure and I got 1 unit between 2 point. however on the same points using the linear dimension from the annotation panel i got 1.3670 units. please explain the reason for the variance
1) I dont fully understand the question, but maybe u refer to the direction of angles. In Autocad, angles are measured anti-clockwise, so u can put <-45 (“-” sign indicate clockwise direction) or <315.
2) 4xR1.00 means: 4 circles of radius equal to 1, so in the complete figure u have 4 circle of equals radius. This generally used to indicate circles in the border of a rectangle.
3) Maybe u are mixing 2 measure units system, like meters and feet.
I have the same question of Ijeoma. My objects are smallest than yours, i have to zoom in to see it. This affect for example “The hatch pattern scale” i need to set it in 0.01, in order to see the pattern, you set it in 2 and had the same result than me. I dont understand why is this difference.
i found that i used ISO dwt (metric) and Jaiprakash used in his videos ANSI (imperial) dwt, thats the difference for the numbers in “The hatch pattern scale”. But another question arrives, what is “The hatch pattern scale”? or in simple, what mean, for simplicity, that “The hatch pattern scale” is equal to 1?.