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To extract geometric data from objects in an AutoCAD drawing to a table or an external file, use the DATAEXTRACTION command. Note: To speed up the extraction, you can use AutoLISP programming (which isn't accessible in AutoCAD LT).

  • On the command line or at the command prompt, type FILLETEDGE and press Enter.
  • On the command line, type R or radius.
  • Enter the code.
  • 1st kind (radius value).
  • Enter the code.
  • To apply Fillet to an Edge, choose it. We've chosen the edge in this case, as indicated below:
  • Enter the code.

From the edges of a 3D solid, surface, mesh, area, or subobject, creates wireframe geometry. By extracting all of the edges with the XEDGES command, you may construct wireframe geometry.

You can offset an object by a certain amount of distance or by a specific point. After you've offset elements, you can trim and lengthen them to produce drawings with a lot of parallel lines and curves quickly. For your convenience, the OFFSET command is repeated.

Parallel lines, concentric circles, and parallel curves are all created with the offset command in AutoCAD. Any item can be displaced at a specific distance or through a point. With the offset command, we can make as many parallel lines and curves as we like.

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