1 MODEL SPACE VS Thus far, we ve been working on drawing in a single view. This view is called Model Space. Everything drawn here is at 1:1 (full) scale. PAPER SPACE To set up multiple views of a drawing and specify the scale of those views we ll begin to work with Viewports in Paper Space. We ll also do all annotation of drawings in Paper Space.
2 MODEL SPACE To switch between Model Space and Paper Space, use the Quick View Layout button in the Status Bar at the bottom of your screen. Select A1.1 from within the SampleProject1.dwg file that you downloaded last week. Quick View Layout
3 PAPER SPACE You should see a layout of a drawing. The white area designates the size of paper that has been set up for this drawing. Use your mouse scroll wheel to zoom in and out.
4 PAPER SPACE Type MS, Spacebar to access model space (the drawing area boundary will be highlighted). You are now accessing the original drawing model area through the space of the paper. Try zooming in and out with your mouse notice the difference.
5 PAPER SPACE Type U, Spacebar to undo changes, then Esc to exit the command. Type PS, Spacebar to return to paperspace.
6 Hover your cursor over the two rectangles at the boundary of the page: one is a Viewport and one is a Polyline. Click once to select the Viewport.
7 Try resizing the boundary of the viewport simply by dragging one corner of it. Notice that it behaves differently from other shapes. Compare this action to the behavior of polylines by resizing the other rectangle on the page.
8 To create a new Layout, type layout, Spacebar. Type N for a new layout (note you can type C to copy an existing layout). Follow the command line prompts to title the layout. Then, select the new layout with the Quick View Layout Button.
9 CREATING VIEWPORTS Erase the existing boundary (E, Spacebar) and type Vports to create a new viewport (boundary) for your drawing. Select Active Model Configuration. Ensure the settings for the new viewport match those shown here. Select OK.
10 After making the selections from the previous slide, draw a bounding box on the page this is the viewport. Type MS to access model space and type Z, Spacebar, E, Spacebar to zoom extents (use this command when you ve lost your drawing!) Type Z, Spacebar, W, Spacebar and use P to pan around the drawing and center it on the page.
11 CREATING VIEWPORTS Boundary not showing up? Make sure you ve drawn it on an active Layer. The lightbulb here is off so anything drawn on this layer won t be visible.
12 Type pagesetup, Spacebar. Select the new layout you ve created to modify its page setup.
13 Select Printer and Paper Size DO NOT select Plot Scale Here! Note that if you ve successfully installed a PDF generator, it will appear in your printer/plotter options. You can also select None and set up a printer later. Select Drawing Orientation
14 Extend the boundaries of the viewport to match the new page dimensions. The page layout is at 1:1 scale and the drawing must be set to a proper print scale that will fit on the page.
15 Highlight the bounding edge of the viewport and, in the properties window, select ½ =1-0 scale from the Standard scale pull-down menu. Drawing scale must be set here and not in the page setup window! If the drawing is not centered, type MS, Spacebar and use the P command to pan. DO NOT USE THE SCOLL WHEEL OR YOUR SCALE WILL CHANGE!
16 PROPERTIES Has your Properties window disappeared? Type properties into the command line. Is your Properties window in the way? Resize it or tuck it out of view when it s not in use. It can be docked on either side of the drawing, too.
17 Return to model space by selecting model from the Quick View Layout button.
18 Return to the new layout in paperspace and type pagesetup to preview the plot. Select Window in Plot Area. You ll be prompted to draw a window around the drawing area (or press the Window button). Then, select Preview.
19 This is what the plot will look like. There are a few problems: 1. The lines are showing up in color, not as black lines. 2.The plot is also not centered. Press Esc once to return to the Setup window.
20 Select Center to Plot for an improved layout. Preview again to test out this change.
21 To ensure the lines print in black in the proper line weights, and not in color as arbitrary line weights, we must set up plot styles. Notice that this file says the assigned plot style table is missing (LKM.ctb). If a file is missing, line weights will not plot properly. Select AIA Standard.ctb and then select the Edit button.
22 PLOT STYLES Note: if the Plot Style options do not end in.ctb you will need to convert to Color Dependent Plot Styles. Exit out of the print menu (press Cancel) to do this. Note: If you do see.ctb files, skip this step. While in Model Space or Paper Space: type CONVERTPSTYLES into the command line. Click OK in the window that appears to switch modes.
23 If you skipped the last step, you may skip this step as well. If you completed the last step and this screen appears, select Cancel. If it does not appear, proceed with converting Named plot styles to Color Dependent plot styles.
24 PLOT STYLES By selecting Black as the Color option, you are telling the printer to print a line in Black rather than in its object color (red, yellow, green, etc). The lineweight setting will translate a color that s been set in Layers into a specified line thickness.
26 Make the changes noted here to get started with a plot style. You can make adjustments in the future, based on how the printers and plotters handle your line weights.
27 Note that Color 8 is also changed to 50 for its screening this means that it will print at 50% blackness, or gray. This may not work on all plotters. When finished, select Save & Close.
28 Once you return to the setup window, select the new plot style you created from the pulldown menu, then select Preview to view the changes. Note that all lines now appear as black or gray.
29 PLOT STYLE LOCATION Where is this plot style file located? Only on your computer. If you plot from another computer, you must remember to bring a copy of your plot style file along with your drawing file. Here s where the plot styles are located: Or, type stylesmanager into the command line. It s good practice to keep a copy of the.ctb file on the flash drive you used for moving files to lab computers for plotting. Be sure to place this file in the appropriate Autodesk folder on the computer you re plotting from.
30 PLOT & PRINT Type plot or press Ctrl + P to access the print window. It is similar to the page setup window, but from this window you may print / plot your files. Select the More Options arrow to expand the window.
31 Always double-check all of your settings and Preview prior to plotting.
32 You may install the studio plotter drivers directly onto your own laptop, and connect your laptop directly to the plotter for faster plotting (instead of plotting over the network). HP Designjet 500 nload.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&prodnameid=377952&taskid=135& prodtypeid=18972&prodseriesid=25301&lang=en&cc=us HP Designjet 800 nload.jsp?prodnameid=377955&lang=en&cc=us&taskid=135& prodtypeid=18972&prodseriesid=25302 These links are also available directly from the course website.
33 OTHER TIPS If, in the preview mode, some objects do now show up, return to the Layer menu to adjust their settings ensure the printer icon does not have a slash thru it and that the lightbulb for the layer is turned on.
34 OTHER TIPS If you find that some lines are plotting in shades of gray (or preview as gray) return to the plot style editor window to double-check the Screening selection for the line color. Set the Sreening to 100 to plot black lines.
35 LINETYPES To use varying linetypes (dashed, dotted, centerline, etc) in your drawing you ll first need to load them. To do so, type linetype into the command line. Select Show all linetypes from the pulldown menu in the window, then select Load. Select a few linetypes from the list that appears. Dashed, Dashed 2 and Centerline will be useful. You can always add more.
36 LINETYPES In Model Space, select an object within the drawing. From the Properties menu, assign the object a linetype.
37 LINETYPES You may have to adjust the Linetype scale in the Properties menu to ensure lines appear properly in Model Space as well as in a Preview of your final Plot. Check the scale of your linetypes in both these places before beginning a drawing to save time making adjustments later.
38 When drafting related drawings, it is often useful to align them in model space, just as you would in hand drafting. While using the move command with Osnap turned on (F3), alignments are easy to locate.
39 A drawing may be turned into a writeblock for use as an underlay or for other purposes. The elements in the block will act like a group. Type wblock, Spacebar.
40 Select Convert to Block Select a destination on your computer, preferably the source folder for the original file.
41 For better visibility, all lines can be set to a single color. Note that this block may be placed on top of other elements without affecting them and can be easily selected as a unit. The block Blocks may be turned back into lines using the Explode command.
42 Note that the writeblock file you ve created is a new AutoCAD.dwg file it can be used and edited in the same manner you d use any other AutoCAD file. When inserting a new writeblock into a drawing, a link is created so that updated to the source writeblock automatically propagate into the file it s used in.
43 1. The block may be edited at the source file, or from within the drawing it s being used in. 2. Select block, rightclick, select Block Editor. 3. Make revisions to the block. 4. With no objects selected, right-click, select Close Block Editor. 5. You ll be prompted to save changes to block source file select yes to propagate changes.
44 MATCH PROPERTIES Once line colors, weights and other attributes have been assigned to a drawing the Match Properties tool will be useful. It allows you to select the attributes of one item and assign them to others elements. Although you can type matchprop into the command line, it s a long command and easiest to access from the palette shown above. Select the source, then select the objects to which the properties will be applied.
45 POLYLINE A polyline is a connected sequence of line segments that function as a single object. Type PL, spacebar to access it. Click on the drawing to begin, using Ortho (F8) as necessary. Type ARC, spacebar midcommand to add curved line segments. Type L to return to straight lines. Return to your original point to complete the shape, right-click and select Enter or Close.
46 POLYLINE While drawing a polyline (or any other line), type PER mid-command to extend a line perpendicular to another line in the distance. Type C mid-command and the polyline will automatically close itself. Select the polyline (or other geometric object) and type EXPLODE to turn it into individual line segments. Polylines are especially useful when adding tone or hatch to an irregularly shaped area.
47 HATCH To add hatch, type BH, spacebar. Select a pattern from the pulldown menu. Click Add: Select Objects. You ll be brought to your drawing to choose objects to hatch. When done, right-click, Enter. Click OK. Hatch may only be added to areas with closed boundaries (geometric shapes, polylines).
48 HATCH Your hatch might be too dense. This will make AutoCAD run slowly is generally undesirable. To adjust it, select the hatch area, right click, select Hatch Edit. Adjust the Scale from within the window that appears.
49 PATTERNS When is it appropriate to use patterns in a drawing? Very, very, very rarely for the same reasons we don t use green grass and lifelike tress in architectural models. Patterns often distract from overall design ideas and prevent the ability to customize the overall layout of the elements. For your drawings, you may only use hatch patterns in a limited manner, in a very light lineweight.
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