Now in this video we are going to see that how we can remove xref file in the drawing.
Now suppose we have two files in which one is of architecture named as 'Practice' and other is of furniture named as 'Furniture'.
So we will use xref command and see that inside the furniture file there is the architectural file also. Actually one hyperlink gets created between these two files, ie. if we change anything in one of the file then it will ask to change the thing in other file also.
Now as soon as we proceed we will see different options in our command prompt window. We will select the 'New boundary' option, and then select any clip of our requirement such as Polyline, Rectangular, Polygonal, Invert etc...
In our case we will select rectangular clip option, and select the part of furniture which we want others to see. As soon as we select the other part of furniture will get hidden automatically.
Now we do not want the boundary of the clip to appear in our drawing file, so for that we will create one new layer, name it as '1' and then use this layer on our clip boundary. As soon as we use this on our clip, the boundary will get removed.
Now we do not want the boundary of the clip to appear in our drawing file, so for that we will create one new layer, name it as '1' and then use this layer on our clip boundary.
As soon as we use this on our clip, the boundary will get removed. So like this we can remove any clip boundary appearing in between our drawing file.
But now if we want to permanently remove the clip boundary in any drawing file, then we can select that boundary and use Remove Clipping option from status bar menu.
Now we will see that how we can remove xref file. For that we will go to external references menu, and select 'Unload' option if we do not want that file to merge in with other file. It is not permanently removed, we can still use 'Reload' option to bring it back in use.
But now if we want to remove xref file permanently, than we will select 'Detach' option for that file by right clicking on it.
To go from orthographic to isometric drafting, select any of the Isoplane options. The other way is most likely the most popular. Toggle Isodraft on or off by clicking the Isodraft symbol in the Status Bar. Choose your isoplane mode by clicking the small down arrow just to its right.
In technical and engineering drawings, isometric projection is a method for graphically depicting three-dimensional objects in two dimensions. It's an axonometric projection in which all three coordinate axes are equally foreshortened and any two of them have a 120-degree angle between them.
Isometric Circles in 2 Dimensions
Choose one of the following options: Click Find in the status bar.
Choose from the following isoplane orientations: Left, Right, or Top.
Enter ELLIPSE at the Command prompt.
Enter I at the prompt (Isocircle).
The isocircle's centre must be specified.
The radius or diameter of the isocircle must be specified.
Commands for 2D Isometric Drawing
Isometric drawings are often used in technical drawings to depict an object in three dimensions on a two-dimensional page. Isometric drawings, also known as isometric projections, are a useful tool for displaying measurements and how components interact. They don't get smaller as the lines get further away, unlike perspective drawings.