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Autodesk offers two applications to create a 2D drawing, namely AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT. The main difference between these two programs is that AutoCAD is designed for people who are proficient in drafting, whereas AutoCAD LT is designed for those who are less skilled in drafting.
AutoCAD offers two dimensional (2D) drafting capabilities and full-blown 3D design capabilities, including surface modeling, surface matching, surface editing, feature rendering, object insertion, and animation. For 2D drafting, it offers block-based, freeform, and line-based drafting methods. AutoCAD offers dynamic data management, and can import and export data to and from many data formats including DXF, DWG, IGES, PLY, STEP, and IGES.
AutoCAD LT is a 2D drafting and data management software, mainly targeted to design professionals who are familiar with 2D drafting.
This tutorial describes how to use both AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT to create a schematic design for an airplane.
Step 1: Import the Datasets
Before creating a drawing in either AutoCAD or AutoCAD LT, it is necessary to import the corresponding datasets for the objects being created. This way, you can always know what to expect in the drawing and where to find what you need.
In this tutorial, we import the following datasets:
1. The plane body and the fuselage
The plane body, fuselage, wing, and tail will be created in AutoCAD LT.
To import the body of the plane, open the template “Plane – Body” in the “Material Editor” and select the “Plane – Body” template, shown below.
Click the “Load” button to import the “Body – Plane” datum.
Note: The importation of the “Body – Plane” datum is also available as a “Loading Template” in the “Create” menu.
In this tutorial, the material “Plane – Body” is used to create the fuselage and wing.
To import the fuselage and the wing, open the template “Plane – Fuselage” in the “Material Editor” and select the “Plane – Fuselage” template, shown below.
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The.NET framework is integrated into AutoCAD Free Download and is accessed using the ObjectARX class library. It is, therefore, possible to access AutoCAD functionality from any.NET application.
Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)
AutoCAD provides an extensible macro engine for VBA. The Visual Basic for Applications macro language is embedded into the.NET framework.
AutoCAD is integrated with the MS Office application programs such as Word and Excel. This also enables AutoCAD software to be used in MS Office applications through an embedded inter-application scripting language, Visual Basic for Applications (VBA).
Customization and automation
AutoCAD is configurable with many APIs. AutoLISP is a programming language based on LISP. Visual LISP (V-LISP) provides a graphical user interface to the AutoLISP language. V-LISP can be used to configure the drawing environment and interface. Visual LISP is available in an ActiveX control.
Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) is a Microsoft macro language that lets AutoCAD developers extend the AutoCAD programming environment. VBA is embedded within AutoCAD and is accessible to VBA developers.
ObjectARX is a class library for developers of extensions for AutoCAD. The AutoCAD C++ class library is also used to develop add-on products.
AutoCAD can read and write files in many formats. There are several libraries to handle these formats:
AutoCAD DC2013 runtime and AutoLISP reference for AutoLISP with DC2013, The reference includes files in DC2007, DC2010, DC2013
GLCAD 1.7 for handling GLCAD files, and also binaries.
The binary format description for AutoCAD is available at: Binary Format Description AutoCAD
XML drawing file format for AutoCAD
DXF binary format
AutoCAD IES (image exchange standard) format (2D and 3D)
DXF binary format
AASTM (AutoCAD Add-on Architecture Standard Template Model) format
Adobe Illustrator DXF (ADX) format (2D and 3D)
Illustrator DXF (ADX) format
MTL (Wavefront OBJ) format
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Import key and rules
If you want to import a key and all the rules, all you need to do is:
1. Open the import key and rules options,
2. Select Import key and rules,
3. Select Yes and save the template,
4. When the import is complete, you will be able to save the template and it will be the same as if you had imported the key and the rules yourself.
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QML. How to check if Main.cpp exists
In QML I create an object
import QtQuick 2.0
I want to check if Main.cpp exists.
How can I do that in QML?
You can’t do that in pure QML. It’s a process part that usually is on a different process/runtime that is handled by the main process.
What you can do is move that code in a script and execute it from QML. You can read about using Qt Script in QML for more details:
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Rapidly send and incorporate feedback into your designs. Import feedback from printed paper or PDFs and add changes to your drawings automatically, without additional drawing steps. (video: 1:15 min.) Insert new Dimension style and add Dimension constraints:
Add new Dimension style to new block types with different constraint behavior. (video: 1:30 min.) Use new Dimension constraint feature to create a baseline using a reference point, and dimension segments based on this baseline. (video: 1:55 min.)
Add new Dimension style to new block types with different constraint behavior. (video: 1:30 min.) Use new Dimension constraint feature to create a baseline using a reference point, and dimension segments based on this baseline. (video: 1:55 min.) Add 3D environment to DWG file:
When creating 3D DWG files from a SketchUp model, add new 3D environments and polylines with that model. These 3D environments and polylines allow you to create features such as viewports or light sources.
When creating 3D DWG files from a SketchUp model, add new 3D environments and polylines with that model. These 3D environments and polylines allow you to create features such as viewports or light sources. New SCALE function with interactive grid:
Enter a value into the scale dialog and press ENTER. Get a preview of how your change will affect the overall size of the drawing. You can also modify these dimensions by pressing the up or down arrows and then ENTER to change the value.
Enter a value into the scale dialog and press ENTER. Get a preview of how your change will affect the overall size of the drawing. You can also modify these dimensions by pressing the up or down arrows and then ENTER to change the value. Tagging with tag sets:
You can save time and prevent tag clashes by using tag sets for your tags. Create a tag set for a specific tag type and apply this tag set to the same tag type on multiple drawings.
You can save time and prevent tag clashes by using tag sets for your tags. Create a tag set for a specific tag type and apply this tag set to the same tag type on multiple drawings. Referencing other drawings:
Insert a reference to any drawing, even other DWG files. Reference Drawing | Features is an intelligent tool that suggests the most relevant reference drawings and the matching features.
Insert a reference to any drawing, even other DWG files
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