Knowing in depth all the tools and functions of design programs is essential today. It is the field of design, precisely, the one that has experienced the greatest growth in recent years. What is one of the best programs for this job? AutoCAD, do you know how to include 2D views and 3D objects on the same plane in AutoCAD?
This and other programs can be extremely complex for some people. However, there is always time to nourish yourself with new knowledge and apply it.
A look at the wonderful AutoCAD
The market for 2D and 3D design software is extremely strong. So, it is not easy to stand out in the way that AutoCAD has been doing. This program was launched in 1982 and has ranked among the best ever since.
All this is due to the functions it has. Fully capable of developing complex architectural plans and meeting the needs of ambitious engineering projects. More than enough reasons to want to master it perfectly.
All the fame that AutoCAD has due to its usefulness centers its reason for being in the great arsenal of functions it has. If you’ve been impressed by the toolbar and ribbon, digging deeper you will love it even more!
And it is that, this extraordinary program save options that are extremely interesting. Among them, the possibility of using commands to execute the “Crop” option.
Compatible with your computer?
To have the latest version of AutoCAD on your computer, certain parameters must be met. One of the most basic and basic has to do with the operating system. In this sense, it is important to note that AutoCAD is available, mainly, for Windows and MacOS computers.
In the case of the Microsoft operating system, AutoCAD can be used in Windows 7, 8.1 and 10. While in the Apple one it is compatible with versions 10.13, 10.15 and 11. All operating systems must be 64bits.
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The problem of views
Among other great features, AutoCAD allows you to include 2D views and 3D objects on the same plane. The problem in these cases is that having two objects of different formats can sometimes cause problems.
That is why, below, you will find a practical guide that will help you solve any problem. So, take a pencil and paper and pay attention to each and every one of the prompts.
How to include 2D views and 3D objects in the same AutoCAD plane?
Surely you are wondering, why does this cause problems? The explanation is the following. By having two objects (a 2D and a 3D), the view of one of the two formats will generate an error in the other.
When setting a 2D view, for example, you won’t have the ability to fully visualize all the features of the 3D object.
The solution to adapt
Fortunately, Autodesk has been aware of all these kinds of situations. So it has also developed the option that will allow you to correct these errors. In this sense, you could activate the creation wizard. Although, rotating the point of view will help you adjust your view to better appreciate 3D objects. To do this, you must:
- Select the object.
- Press the “Shift” key and, without releasing the key, roll the mouse wheel.
Now, after this action, surely you have noticed that objects in 2D view have undergone some modifications. Now to correct this, you must:
- Go to one of the tabs of “Presentation”.
- Locate and click the option to create a new viewport.
- Translate the 2D drawing to the area of the viewport you prefer.
- Deactivate the viewport (by clicking outside of it).
- Create another viewport, in which now you will include the 3D object. Use AutoCAD tools to change the visual style of objects.
With these simple steps, you will have a graphic window with objects in 2D and 3D view simultaneously. An extraordinarily useful tool that you must learn to get the most out of. What are you waiting to try?
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