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Wednesday, August 2, 2017

tutorial 01 autocad 2d 3d paperspace


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12 Responses to “tutorial 01 autocad 2d 3d paperspace”
  1. IraqiMelody says:

    Good luck Architect Maha..
    Love u and wish u all the best in ur life
    <3

  2. Sodininkas says:

    Thanks, very helpful tutorial.

  3. MrOurkid says:

    You sounded like you needed a nap half way through – but good tutorial! (thanks)

  4. vascobishop says:

    Top man, have you see Cadeese? there is a lot of clicking and no action. You are doing the business

  5. ahadmirja says:

    Good, very good, but we need more. thank you very much.

  6. urgener says:

    FYI, Freezing the Viewports layer is fine, but I think you’ll find setting the Viewport’s layer to “no-plot”, and locking the Viewports is better. I teach students to make the Viewports layer Yelow, so it looks like “plot preview”. Also, using the Viewports Toolbar might be easier than using the Properties, to adjust the Zoom Scale of viewports. Guess it’s a matter of preference and style, though. 🙂

  7. ShmeareD says:

    Mate these tutorials are fantastic i don’t know the first thing about autocad and have only just started playing with it but after watching a lot of your tutorials i can draw just about anything, its been a big help thank you for sharing.

  8. 19KARAKARTAL81 says:

    hi there.ı m a mechanical engineering student and ı m really getting benefit from your tutorials.good job sir !! thank u so much 😉

  9. Techinica says:

    Great introduction to CAD in 3D… Thanks.

  10. rajazubairsulahria says:

    thanks man..your tutorials are great..you are doing a great job god bless you

  11. sthcrox says:

    great tutorials. thank you.

  12. SUVENASINGH says:

    Thank you very much for enlightening me. I have been trying for a while now to grasp the concepts of 3D within Autocad. Keep up the good work.

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