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14. At the Specify center of polygon or [Edge]: prompt, right-click and choose the Edge option. 15. At the Specify first endpoint of edge: prompt, choose the top-left corner of the faucet rectangle (1'1",1'8"), which is on a snap point. 16. At the Specify second endpoint of edge: prompt, choose the top-right corner of the faucet rectangle. AutoCAD completes the triangle. 17. Turn off the grid to get a better look at the drawing. You have completed the sink, which should look like Figure 6-3.
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Figure 6-3: The completed sink, drawn using rectangles and polygons
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Thanks to Bill Wynn of New Windsor, Maryland, for this drawing, which he created in his AutoCAD class as part of a plan drawing of an entire house.
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Sometimes you want to create a line that is used solely for the purpose of reference. For example, you might want to do the following: Draw two lines from the midpoints of two perpendicular lines so that you can use their intersection as the center for a circle. Draw a line from one object to another to visually indicate the relationship between the two objects. Show the relationship between equivalent parts of a model shown in front and right-side views. Draw a line through the center of an object shown in cross-section so that you can show dimensions from the center line to the edge of an object.
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You could use regular lines for these purposes. However, construction lines (also known as xlines) are unique in that they extend infinitely in both directions. This makes them especially useful for seeing the relationships among various objects in your drawing. Of course, construction lines are not actually infinite. However, they extend to the edge of the drawing area on your screen, and if you zoom out to see more of your drawing, they expand so that they always extend to the edge of the screen. AutoCAD s object snap tracking sometimes eliminates the need for construction lines; nevertheless, sometimes you can work more easily having a line visible for several commands and then erasing it. If you zoom to show the extents of your drawing, AutoCAD ignores the xlines and shows you just the extents of the regular objects in your drawing. The ZOOM command is covered in 8.
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Construction lines are especially helpful when working in 3D. See Part IV of this book.
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The XLINE command offers several ways to create construction lines. Start the command by choosing Construction Line from the Draw toolbar. You see the following prompt:
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Specify a point or [Hor/Ver/Ang/Bisect/Offset]:
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Table 6-2 lists the possible options. AutoCAD continues to prompt you for more points so that you can continue to draw construction lines much like the LINE command. Press Enter to end the command.
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Table 6-2 XLINE Command Options
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Option Specify a point Description This option enables you to define the xline with two points. At the first prompt, specify a point. At the Specify through point: prompt, specify another point. The first point becomes the base point for subsequent construction lines that you can draw by specifying other through points. To draw a construction line parallel to the X axis, type h to specify the Horizontal option. AutoCAD responds with the Specify through point: prompt. Specify one point. Useful for drawing a series of horizontal construction lines. To draw a construction line parallel to the Y axis, type v to specify the Vertical option. AutoCAD responds with the Specify through point: prompt. Specify one point.
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Description Type a (for Angle). AutoCAD responds with the Enter angle of xline (0) or [Reference]: prompt. If you enter an angle, AutoCAD asks for a through point. Or you can type r and select a line as a reference, and then provide an angle and a through point. AutoCAD then calculates the angle of the construction line from the angle of the reference line. Useful for drawing a series of construction lines at a specified angle. To draw a construction line that bisects (divides in half) an angle, type b . AutoCAD responds with the Specify angle vertex point: prompt. Choose any point that you want the construction line to pass through. Then, at the Specify angle start point: prompt, choose a point that defines the base of the angle. At the Specify angle end point: prompt, choose a point that defines the end of the angle. To draw a construction line parallel to a line, type o . You can specify the offset distance by typing in a number or use the Through option to pick a point through which the construction line should pass. Either way, the next step is to select a line. If you specified an offset distance, AutoCAD displays the Specify side to offset: prompt. Respond by picking a point on the side of the selected line on which you want the construction line to appear.
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