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The drawing used in the following Step-by-Step exercise on drawing baseline and continued dimensions, ab14-b.dwg, is in the Drawings folder of the AutoCAD 2002 Bible CD-ROM.
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Step-by-Step: Drawing Baseline and Continued Dimensions
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1. Open ab14-b.dwg from your CD-ROM. 2. Save the file as ab14-4.dwg in your AutoCAD Bible folder. This is the same drawing used in the previous two exercises, as shown in Figure 14-15. OSNAP should be on with running object snaps for endpoint and intersection. If the Dimension toolbar isn t visible, right-click any toolbar and check Dimension. 3. Turn on ORTHO and OTRACK on the status bar. 4. Choose Linear Dimension from the Dimension toolbar. Follow the prompts:
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Specify first extension line origin or <select object>: Pick the endpoint at 1 in Figure 14-15. Specify second extension line origin: Pass the cursor over 3 to acquire it for object snap tracking. Move the cursor to the right so it s vertically under 1 and click when you see the 1 -6 <0 tooltip. Specify dimension line location or [Mtext/Text/Angle/Horizontal/Vertical/Rotated]: Pick a dimension line location to the right of the model.
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Choose Continue Dimension from the Dimension toolbar. At the Specify
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prompt, move the cursor over the endpoint or intersection at 4 to acquire it for object snap tracking. Move the cursor to the right, vertically below 1 and click when you see the tooltip. AutoCAD places the continued dimension.
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Part II Drawing in Two Dimensions
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Notice that AutoCAD uses a leader to place the text because there is not enough room between the extension lines. (If the leader is placed to the left, select it and pick the grip on the text. Pick a point to the right of the model and click to move the leader to the right.)
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5 Figure 14-15: The house plan with the octagonal ceiling
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6. AutoCAD repeats the Specify a second extension line origin or [Undo/Select] <Select>: prompt. Pick the endpoint at 2 in Figure 14-15. AutoCAD places the dimension. Press Enter twice to end the command. 7. Choose Linear Dimension from the Dimension toolbar. Follow the prompts:
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Specify first extension line origin or <select object>: Choose the endpoint at 5 in Figure 14-15. Specify second extension line origin: Move the cursor over 7 to acquire it. Move the cursor down so it s horizontal to 5. When you see the 4 0 <270 tooltip, click. Specify dimension line location or [Mtext/Text/Angle/Horizontal/Vertical/Rotated]: Pick a dimension line location fairly close to the line you dimensioned leaving just enough room for the dimension text.
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14 Drawing Dimensions
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Choose Baseline Dimension from the Dimension toolbar. At the Specify a second extension line origin or [Undo/Select] <Select>: prompt, pick the endpoint or intersection at 6 in Figure 14-15. Press Enter twice to end the command.
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9. Save your drawing. It should look like Figure 14-16.
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Figure 14-16: The floor plan with baseline and continued dimensions
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Dimensioning Arcs and Circles
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When you dimension an arc or a circle, you measure its radius or diameter. It is also common to mark arc and circle centers to clarify what you are measuring. Arc and circle dimensions are most commonly used in mechanical drawings. AutoCAD s radius and diameter dimensions are easy to use.
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Marking arc and circle centers
Circle and arc centers are often marked in mechanical drawings because the center is an important aspect of a circle or arc but is not obvious without a mark. You set the size and type of mark when you create a dimension style, as explained in the next chapter. You can use a center mark (a small cross) or center lines, as shown in Figure 14-17.
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Choose Center Mark from the Dimension toolbar. At the Select arc or circle: prompt, pick the arc or circle you want to mark. AutoCAD draws the mark or lines.
Figure 14-17: Circles one with a center mark and the other with center lines Center mark
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To dimension the radius of a circle or arc, choose Radius Dimension from the Dimension toolbar. AutoCAD responds with the Select arc or circle: prompt. Select an arc or circle. At the Specify dimension line location or [Mtext/Text/Angle]: prompt, pick where you want the dimension line to appear. AutoCAD automatically adds an R before the measurement to indicate the radius, as shown in Figure 14-18.
Figure 14-18: This radius dimension uses a leader (a line and arrow pointing to the object) outside the circle because the circle is too small to place the dimension inside it.
You can also choose the MText, Text, or Angle option, as described in the Drawing Linear Dimensions section earlier in this chapter.