AutoCAD 2013 Training

Tutorial - Furniture

 

Aims and Objectives

To help you gain an appreciation of applying AutoCAD commands in engineering drawing production, you will create some furniture. See Figure 1. In making this drawing, you will use polyline, trace, donut, and 2D solid object.:

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Modeling

Using Startup system variable to control display of  New Drawing dialog box when a new drawing is started with NEW or QNEW.

Command: STARTUP
Enter new value for STARTUP <0>: 1

Using menubar system variable to control display of menu bar.

Command: MENUBAR
Enter new value for MENUBAR <0>: 1

Then start a new drawing with the NEW command. Use a wizard and pick setup procedure. Select decimal units and set an initial display area 8,000 X 12,000.

<File> <New...>

Command : NEW
[Create New Drawings]
Select how to begin :
Use a Wizards
Quick Setup
[OK]

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Figure 2: Quick setup 1

[Quick: Setup
Step 1 : Units
Decimal
Next >>
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Figure 3: Quick setup 2

[Step 2 : Area
Width :
8000
Length :
12000
Finish]

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Figure 3: Quick setup 3

In the exercise, we are going to construct some furniture. First create four new layers.

<Layer Properties>
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Layer Name

Color

Living

Cyan

Bedroom

White

Toilet

Blue

Kitchen

Yellow

Door

Red

To set layer Door as current.

 

Door

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This floor plan has six doors. You will draw one door, use it to create a block, and insert the block six times.
To draw the door, use the ARC command to draw an arc and the LINE command to draw a line.

<Menu Browser><View> <Zoom><All>

Press F8 to restrict the cursor movement to horizontal and vertical direction. (turn Ortho mode on)

 <Draw panel>    <Line>
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Command: LINE
From point:
2200,6000
To point:
[move cursor vertically upward to display a vertical tracking line]
Type :
600
To point:
[Enter]

 <Draw panel>    <Arc>     <Center, Start, End>
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Command: ARC
Specify start point of arc or [Center]: _
C
Specify center point of arc:[
Press Shift][Right-click and choose Endpoint from Snap Overrides menu ] [Select Endpoint  A(Figure 5).]

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Figure 4 :  Snap Overrides menu

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Figure 5 :  Door


Specify start point of arc:
[move cursor horizontal to right to display a horizontal  tracking line]
Type :600
Specify end point of arc or [Angle/chord Length]:
[Press Shift][Right-click and choose Endpoint  from Snap Overrides menu] [Select Endpoint B(Figure 5).]
 

Makeup Table

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Set [Bedroom] as current layer

<Draw panel>  <Line>
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Command: LINE
Specify first point:
450,8650
Specify next point: *950,8650
Specify next point : *950,9450
Specify next point:  *450,9450
Specify next point:  C

<Draw panel>  <Line>
Command:
LINE
Specify first point:
950,8750
Specify next point: @300,0
Specify next point : @0,600
Specify next point:  @-300,0
Specify next point: [Enter]

<Draw panel>  <Line>
Command:
LINE
Specify first point:
1150,9350
Specify next point: @600<270
Specify next point: [Enter]

 

Tables and chairs

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Set [Living] as current layer

 

<Draw panel>  <Line>
Command:
LINE
Specify first point:
4100,3200
Specify next point: @700<0
Specify next point : @1800<90
Specify next point:  @700<180
Specify next point:  C

<Draw panel>  <Circle><Center, Radius>

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Command: CIRCLE
Specify center point:
6000,4100
Specify radius of circle: 500
 

We are going to construct a chair.

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Press F11 to turn on Object Snap Tracking
<F11>

To access Object snaps tab in the Drafting Settings dialog Box, right click object snap button on the status bar. Select Settings....

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Figure 7: Object Snap Tab

<ENDpoint><OK>

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Figure 8: chair

 

<Draw panel>  <Line>
Command: LINE
Specify first point:
3800,3250
Specify next point: [move cursor horizontal to right to display a horizontal  tracking line]
Type : 400
Specify next point :[Move cursor vertically upward to display a vertically tracking line]
Type : 400
Specify next point : [move cursor horizontal to left to display a horizontal  tracking line]
Type : 400
Specify next point: [move cursor to point A,  move cursor upward and select point B. (Figure 8)]
Specify next point: C

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Figure 9: chair

 

<Modify panel>  <Copy>
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Command: COPY
Select Objects:
[Select A (Figure 9)]
Select Objects: [Enter]
Specify Base point or Displacement Mode : D
Specify displacement : 50,0

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Figure 10: chair

<Modify panel>  <Fillet>
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Command: FILLET
Select first objects or[Undo Polyline Radius Trim Multiple] : R
Specify fillet radius  : 50
Select first objects or[Undo Polyline Radius Trim Multiple] : M
Select Objects: [Select A (Figure 10)]
Select Objects: [Select B (Figure 10)]
Select Objects: [Select B (Figure 10)]
Select Objects: [Select C (Figure 10)]
Select Objects: [Select C (Figure 10)]
Select Objects: [Select D (Figure 10)]
Select Objects: [Select D (Figure 10)]
Select Objects: [Select A (Figure 10)]
Select Objects: [Enter]

<Modify Panel>  <Copy>

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Command: COPY
Select Objects: [Select A (Figure 11)]
Select Objects: [Select B (Figure 11)]
Select Objects: [Enter]
Specify base point: [Press Shift][Right-click and choose Midpoint from Snap Overrides menu ] [Select midpoint]
[Select C (Figure 11)]
Specify second point: @1500,650
Specify second point: [Enter]

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Figure 11: rectangular array

<Modify Panel>  <Polar Array>

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Command: ARRAYPOLAR

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Figure 12: polar array

Select Objects: [Select A (Figure 12)]
Select Objects: [Select B (Figure 12)]
Select Objects: [Enter]
Specify center point of array: [Press Shift][Right-click and choose Center from Snap Overrides menu]
Select Objects: [Select C (Figure 12)]
Select grip to edit array: AS
Create associative array [Yes No]: N
Select grip to edit array:  [Enter]

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<Modify Panel>  <Rectangular Array>

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Command: ARRAYRECT

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Figure 13: rectangular array

Select Objects: [Select A (Figure 13)]
Select Objects: [Select B (Figure 13)]
Select Objects: [Enter]

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Columns: 1
Rows: 3
Between: 650
Select grip to edit array: AS
Create associative array [Yes No]: N
Select grip to edit array:  [Enter]
[Enter]

<Modify Panel>  <Mirror>
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Figure 12: table

Command: MIRROR

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Figure
14: mirror

Select Objects: [Select A (Figure 14)]
Select Objects: [Select B (Figure 14)]
Select Objects: [Enter]
Specify first point of mirror line: [Press Shift][Right-click and choose Midpoint from Snap Overrides menu ]
[Select midpoint C (Figure 14)]
Specify second point of mirror line: [Press Shift][Right-click and choose Midpoint from Snap Overrides menu ]
[Select midpoint D (Figure 14)]
Erase objects: [Enter]

 

TV stand

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First you will draw a rectangle. A rectangle is a closed rectangular polyline. From the Draw pull-down menu, select the Rectangle item to use the RECTANG command. Set the fillet radius and chamfer distance of the four corners to zero.

<Draw panel>  <Rectangle>
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Command: RECTANG
Specify first corner point or [Chamfer/Elevation/Fillet/Thickness/Width]:
F
Fillet radius for rectangles <0.0000>:
0
Specify first corner point or [Chamfer/Elevation/Fillet/Thickness/Width]:
C
Specify first chamfer distance for rectangles <0.0000>:
0
Specify second chamfer distance for rectangles <0.0000>:
[Enter]
Specify first corner point or [Chamfer/Elevation/Fillet/Thickness/Width]:
3800,5200
Specify second point:
@1500,500

 

Bed

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Set [Bedroom] as current layer

<Draw panel>  <Rectangle>
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Command: RECTANG
Specify first corner point or [Chamfer/Elevation/Fillet/Thickness/Width]:
F
Fillet radius for rectangles <0.0000>:
100
Specify first corner point or [Chamfer/Elevation/Fillet/Thickness/Width]:
400,7000
Specify second point:
@2000,1500

<Draw panel>  <Rectangle>
Command: RECTANG
Specify first corner point or [Chamfer/Elevation/Fillet/Thickness/Width]:
500,7100
Specify second point:
@300, 600

<Draw panel>  <Line>
Command:
LINE
Specify first point:
1100,7000
Specify next point :[Move cursor vertically upward to display a vertically tracking line]
Type : 1500

<Modify panel>  <Chamfer>
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Figure 15: bed

 

Command: CHAMFER
Select first line or [Undo Distance Angle Trim mEthod Multiple :
D
Specify first chamfer distance: 400
Specify second chamfer distance: [Enter]
Select first line or [Undo Distance Angle Trim mEthod Multiple : T
Trim mode option: N
Select first line: [Select A (Figure 15)]
Select first line: [Select B (Figure 15)]

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Figure 16: bed


Press [F11] to turn object snap tracking on
<Draw panel>  <Line>
Command:
LINE
Specify first point:
[Select A (Figure 16)]
Specify next point: [move cursor to point C,  move cursor upward and select point B. (Figure 16)]
Specify next point: [Select C (Figure 16)]
Specify next point: [Enter]

<Modify panel>  <Trim>
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Figure 17: bed

 

Command: TRIM
Select objects or <select all>: [Select A (Figure 17)]
Select objects or <select all>: [Enter]
Trim [Fence Crossing project Edge eRase Undo] :  [Select B (Figure 17)]
Trim [Fence Crossing project Edge eRase Undo] :  [Enter]

 

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Figure 18: bed

<Modify panel>  <Copy>
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Command: Copy
Select Objects:
[Select A (Figure 18)]
Select Objects: [Enter]
Specify Base point or Displacement Mode : D
Specify displacement : 0,700

TV set

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Set [Living] as current layer

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Set layer Living as current.

<Draw panel>  <Line>
Command: LINE
Specify first point:
4000,5900
Specify next point: [move cursor horizontal to right to display a horizontal  tracking line]
Type : 900
Specify next point :[Enter]

<Modify panel>  <Array>
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Command: ARRAYRECT
Select Objects: L
Select Objects: [Enter]

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Columns: 1
Rows: 3
Between: 50
Select grip to edit array or Association/Base point/Count/Spacing/Rows/Level/eXit]: AS
Create associative array [Yes/No]: N
Select grip to edit array or Association/Base point/Count/Spacing/Rows/Level/eXit]: [Enter]
(Associative enable : All items created by this command will form a group.)
 

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Figure 19: TV set

<Modify panel>  <Lengthen>
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Command: LENGTHEN
Select an objects or Delta percent Total Dynamic :  DE
Enter delta length or [Angle] : -50
Select an objects or Delta percent Total Dynamic :  [Select A (Figure 19)]
Select an objects or Delta percent Total Dynamic :  [Select B (Figure 19)]
Select an objects or Delta percent Total Dynamic :  [Enter]

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Figure 20: TV set

<Draw panel>  <Line>
Command: LINE
Specify first point:
[Select A (Figure 20)]
Specify next point: [Select B (Figure 20)]
Specify next point: [Select C (Figure 20)]
Specify next point :[Enter]

<Draw panel>  <Line>
Command: LINE
Specify first point:
[Select D (Figure 20)]
Specify next point: [Select E (Figure 20)]
Specify next point: [Select F (Figure 20)]
Specify next point :[Enter]

<Draw panel>  <Rectangle>
Command: RECTANG
Specify first corner point or [Chamfer/Elevation/Fillet/Thickness/Width]: F
Specify fillet radius: 0
Specify first corner point or [Chamfer/Elevation/Fillet/Thickness/Width]:
4250,5800
Specify second point:
@400, 300

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Figure 21: Trim

<Modify panel>  <Trim>
Command:
TRIM
Select objects or <select all>: [Select A (Figure 21)]
Select objects or <select all>: [Select B (Figure 21)]
Select objects or <select all>: [Enter]
Trim [Fence Crossing project Edge eRase Undo] :  [Select C (Figure 21)]
Trim [Fence Crossing project Edge eRase Undo] :  [Select D (Figure 21)]
Trim [Fence Crossing project Edge eRase Undo] :  [Enter]
 

 

Sofa

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<Draw panel>  <Rectangle>
Command: RECTANG
Specify first corner point or [Chamfer/Elevation/Fillet/Thickness/Width]: F
Specify fillet radius: 0
Specify first corner point or [Chamfer/Elevation/Fillet/Thickness/Width]:
3200,1750
Specify second point:
@800,800

<Modify panel>  <Explode>
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Command:
EXPLODE
Select objects : L
Select objects : [Enter]

<Modify panel>  <Offset>
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Figure 22: Offset



Command:
OFFSET
Specify offset distance: 150
Select objects : [Select A (Figure 22)]
Specify point on side to offset : [Select B (Figure 22)]
Select objects :
[Select C (Figure 22)]
Specify point on side to offset : [Select B (Figure 22)]
Select objects : [Select D (Figure 22)]
Specify point on side to offset : [Select B (Figure 22)]
Select objects : [Enter]

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Figure 23: Trim

<Modify panel>  <Trim>
Command:
TRIM
Select objects or <select all>: [Select B (Figure 23)]
Select objects or <select all>: [Enter]
Trim [Fence Crossing project Edge eRase Undo] :  [Select A (Figure 23)]
Trim [Fence Crossing project Edge eRase Undo] :  [Select C (Figure 23)]
Trim [Fence Crossing project Edge eRase Undo] :  [Enter]
 

Regions

A region is a special kind of entire. It is defined from a 2D closed area. You may create a closed area using a combination of lines, arcs, polylines, planar 3D polylines, circles, arcs, ellipse, elliptical arcs, and splines. The entires that form a closed area must not intersect each other. With two or more regions, you can combine them together by joining (use the UNION command), cutting (use the SUBTRACT command), or intersecting (use the INTERSECT command).

Figure 24 shows three wash room facilities for the floor plan. You will create them as 2D regions in the chapter and insert them as blocks to the floor plan.

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Figure 24 : Wash room facilities

Set layer [Toilet] as current

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Rectangle

First you will draw a rectangle. A rectangle is a closed rectangular polyline. From the Draw pull-down menu, select the Rectangle item to use the RECTANG command. Set the fillet radius and chamfer distance of the four corners to zero.

<Draw panel>  <Rectangle>
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Command: RECTANG
Specify first corner point or [Chamfer/Elevation/Fillet/Thickness/Width]:
F
Fillet radius for rectangles <0.0000>:
0
Specify first corner point or [Chamfer/Elevation/Fillet/Thickness/Width]:
C
Specify first chamfer distance for rectangles <0.0000>:
0
Specify second chamfer distance for rectangles <0.0000>:
[Enter]
Specify first corner point or [Chamfer/Elevation/Fillet/Thickness/Width]:
600,4100
Specify second point:
@600,1200

After making a rectangle, select the 2 Points item from the Circle cascading menu of the Draw menu to create a circle. See Figure 19.

<Draw panel>     <Circle>    <2 Points>
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Command: CIRCLE
CIRCLE 3P/2P/TTR/<Center point>:
2P
Specify first end point of circle's diameter:
MID of [Select A (Figure 25).]
Specify second end point of circle's diameter:
[move cursor horizontal to left to display a horizontal  tracking line]
type: 4000

Description: Figure 19

Figure 25 : Rectangle and circle created

Use the REGION command to create two regions from the rectangle and the circle. When you form a region from a closed area, you may choose to retain or to delete the original objects. To delete the original object after they are used to form a region, set the DELOBJ system variable to 1.

Command : DELOBJ
New value for DELOBJ : 1

From the Draw pull-down menu, select the Region item to use the REGION command. Because you have set DELOBJ to 1, the original rectangle and circle are deleted after creating the regions.

<Draw panel>     <Region>
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Command : REGION
Select object : [Select B and C (Figure 25).]
Select object : [Enter]

Although there is no noticeable visual change in your screen display, the two objects are no more rectangle polyline or circle. They are regions.

Complex Region

As aforementioned, you may combine two or more regions to form a complex region. You can unite, subtract, and intersect regions by using the UNION, SUBTRACT, and INTERSECT commands, repectively. The union of two regions is a complex region whose area contains the area of the first region and that of the second region. The subtraction of two regions is a complex region whose area is found in the first region but not in the second region. The intersection of two regions is a complex region whose area is found in both the first region and the second region.

From the Modify pull-down menu, select the Booleam cascading menu and then the intersect item to use the INTERSECT command to form an intersection of the rectangular and circular regions. See Figure 26.

Turn on 3D tool panel for working with Solids in 3D.
 Move cursor on menubar  <Right click your mouse> <Show Tabs> <3D Tools>

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  <3D Tools tab> <Solid Editing panel>   <Intersect>
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<Solids Editing panel >    <Intersect>
Command :
INTERSECT
Select object : [Select B and C (Figure 25).]
Select object : [Enter]

Description: Figure 20

Figure 26 : Common area of the rectangular and circular regions

To complete the washing basin, add an ellipse. See Figure 27.

<Draw panel>     <Ellipse>    <Axis, End>
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Oject Snap Tracking helps you draw objects at specific angles or in specific relationships to other objects.
To enable it, press "F11" and also enable  quadrant option in object snap setting.

Command: ELLIPSE
Specify axis endpoint of ellipse or [Arc/Center]:
[Move the cursor to quadrant A in Figure 26 then move cursor to left horizontal to display a horizontal tracking line]
Type: 50
Specify other endpoint of axis: 
[Move cursor to left horizontal to display a horizontal tracking line]
Type: 400
Specify distance to other axis or [Rotation]:
300

Description: Figure 21

Figure 27 : Ellipse created

The washing basin is complete. Now, you will create the toilet. Use the RECTANG command to create two rectangles. See Figure 28.

 <Draw panel>     <Rectangle>
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Command: RECTANG
Specify first corner point or [Chamfer/Elevation/Fillet/Thickness/Width]:
1500,5200
Specify other corner point or [Dimensions]:
@200,600

Command: [Enter]
RECTANG
Specify first corner point or [Chamfer/Elevation/Fillet/Thickness/Width]:
FROM
Base point:
END of  [Select A (Figure 28).]
<Offset>:
@100<90
Specify other corner point or [Dimensions]:
@300,400

Description: Figure 22

Figure 28 : Rectangle created

Create two ellipses and two circle. See Figure 29.

<Draw panel>     <Ellipse>    <Center>
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Command: ELLIPSE
Specify axis endpoint of ellipse or [Arc/Center]:
C
Specify center of ellipse :
[Select midpoint B (Figure 28).]
Specify endpoint of axis:
[Move cursor to right horizontal to display a horizontal tracking line]
Type : 300
Specify distance to other axis or [Rotation]:
200

Command: ELLIPSE
Specify axis endpoint of ellipse or [Arc/Center]:
C
Specify center of ellipse:
[Select midpoint B (Figure 28).]
Specify endpoint of axis:
[Move cursor to right horizontal to display a horizontal tracking line]
Type : 250
Specify distance to other axis or [Rotation]:
150

 <Draw panel>     <Circle>    <Center, Radius>
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Command: CIRCLE
Specify center point for circle or [3P/2P/TTR]:
[Select endpoint D (Figure 29).]
Specify radius of circle or [Diameter]: 50

Command:
[Enter]
CIRCLE
Specify center point for circle or [3P/2P/TTR]:
[Select endpoint E (Figure 29).]
Specify radius of circle or [Diameter]:
50

Description: Figure 23

Figure 29 :  Ellipses and circle created.

From the objects created, form five regions. Then, use the UNION command and the SUBTRACT command to form complex regions. See Figure 24.

<Draw panel>     <Region>

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Command: REGION
Select objects:
[Select A, B, C, D, and E (Figure 29).]
Select objects:
[Enter]

 <Solids Editing panel>     <Union>

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<Modify><Solids Editing>    <Union>
Command:
UNION
Select objects:
[Select A and B (Figure 29).]
Select objects:
[Enter]


<Solids Editing panel>     <Subtract>
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<Modify><Solids Editing>    <Subtract>
Command: SUBTRACT
Select solids and regions to subtract from...
Select objects
: [Select C (Figure 29).]
Select objects:
[Enter]
Select objects: Select solids and regions to subtract...
Select objects:
[Select D and E (Figure 29).]
Select objects:
[Enter]

Description: Figure 24

Figure 30 : Regions united and subtract

The toilet is complete. The next item to create is the bath. Create two rectangles. One rectangle has square corners. The other one has rounded corners. See Figure 31.

<Draw panel>     <Rectangle>

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Command: RECTANG
Specify first corner point or [Chamfer/Elevation/Fillet/Thickness/Width]:
1500,4100
Specify other corner point or [Dimensions]:
@1800,800

Command: [Enter]
RECTANG
Specify first corner point or [Chamfer/Elevation/Fillet/Thickness/Width]:
F
Specify fillet radius for rectangles <0.0000>:
100
Specify first corner point or [Chamfer/Elevation/Fillet/Thickness/Width]:
FROM
Base point:
END of [Select A (Figure 31).]
<Offset>:
@-100,-100
Other corner :
FROM
Base point :
END of [Select B (Figure 31).]
<Offset>:
@100,100

Description: Figure 25

Figure 31:  Rectangles created

 

 

Wash Basin

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Set layer Kitchen as current

 <Draw panel>  <Rectangle>
Command: RECTANG
Specify first corner point or [Chamfer/Elevation/Fillet/Thickness/Width]: F
Specify fillet radius: 0
Specify first corner point or [Chamfer/Elevation/Fillet/Thickness/Width]:
3450,9000
Specify second point:
@500,400

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Figure 32:  Wash Basin

 

<Draw panel>  <Circle>
Command: CIRCLE
Specify center point for circle or [3P/2P/TTR]: [Right-click and choose object snap from Snap Overrides menu ] [Select Midpoint.]
[Select midpoint A (Figure 32).]
Specify radius of circle or [Diameter]: [Select endpoint B (Figure 32).]

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Figure 33:  Wash Basin

<Modify panel>  <Offset>
Command: OFFSET
Specify offset distance: 100
Select objects : [Select A (Figure 33)]
Specify point on side to offset : [Select B (Figure 33)]
Select objects :
[Enter]

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Figure 34:  Wash Basin

 

<Draw panel>     <Region>
Command:
REGION
Select objects:
[Select A, B (Figure 34).]
Select objects:
[Enter]

 <Solids Editing panel>     <Union>

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Command: UNION
Select objects:
[Select A and B (Figure 34).]
Select objects:
[Enter]

<Draw panel>  <Rectangle>
Command: RECTANG
Specify first corner point or [Chamfer/Elevation/Fillet/Thickness/Width]: F
Specify fillet radius: 0
Specify first corner point or [Chamfer/Elevation/Fillet/Thickness/Width]:
3690,9100
Specify second point:
@20,200

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<Modify panel>  <Rotate>

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Figure 35:  Rotate

 

Command: ROTATE
Select objects:
[Select A and B (Figure 35).]
Select objects: [Enter]
Specify base point: [Right-click and choose object snap from Snap Overrides menu ] [Select Midpoint.]
[Select Midpoint C (Figure 35).]
Specify rotation angle: 90

The drawing is complete. Save your drawing.

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