Have you read 100 AutoCAD tips published on CAD Notes last year? It’s the most popular post in this site until today.
After a year, I think it’s time to update the post and add more tips to the list. As you know, the tips are not only written by me. Several great CAD bloggers were involved. I want to do the same when updating the article. So if you want to share great AutoCAD tips you know, I will be happy to add the tips on the list.
Here’s how we’re going to do it
- If you saw a tip that was published on other website/blog, you can simply submit the article link in comment section below. It can be a tip written by someone, or a blog post you published on your blog.
- If that tip was never published before, you can submit an article as guest author on CAD Notes. You probably noticed that we published a couple of articles from guest author before. If you choose to write an article for us, we will mention you as the author below the post. We will also include your short profile as our appreciation.
When CAD Notes will publish updated article?
We will publish the updated tip list in early October 2011. So you have about 2-3 weeks to submit your tip.
Thank you in advanced!
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I see I am a little tardy in submitting a tip but you or your readers might find this useful. I created this image to help visualize third difference between first and third angle projection.
Thank you Patrick,
Where did you send the image?
I attempted to upload it with the + Image – when I did that it shows as a very faint thumbnail.
or it is posted to CadTutor forums:
I see I've got a typo in my original post also.
Ah, I see. Thank you very much :) Very helpful illustration.
Thank you very much!
Hello Edwin, thanks for collecting and sharing nice tips. I post another one. Sometimes it can be useful different scales for annotations and draving. You can do it easy via viewport. Just first set-up scale for plotting and then change annotation scale for viewport. (Do it in palette Properties.) Now you have two diffrent scales for one viewport.
I don't quite understand how to do it. Will you write in details as an article?