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An assembly (AECCAssembly) in Autodesk Civil 3D drawing handles a collection of subassembly elements. Assemblies and subassemblies work together to provide the foundation of a roadway or other alignment-based design. This is how a corridor segment is designed.

Exercise of Assembly is a technique that is used in AutoCAD to create a 3D model of an assembly. This technique can be used for architectural drawings.

This Tutorial will tell you how to use Exercise Of Assembly in AutoCAD.

You can assemble a model using the following steps:

  • Select the part or parts you want to assemble.
  • Select the assembly command and click on the desired location for your assembly.
  • Click on OK when prompted to confirm your selecti

There are three types of assemblies in AutoCAD:

  • Drawing assembly: It is used to assemble different parts into a single drawing. It is the most common type of assembly in AutoCAD.
  • Part/subassembly: This type of assembly is used to assemble different parts or subassemblies into a single drawing.
  • External reference: This type of assembly is used to attach externally referenced drawings or parts to an existing drawing and then use them as if they were part of the original drawing.

An assembly is a collection of parts that are assembled to form a subassembly, or a part of an assembly. The purpose of the exercise of assembly in AutoCAD is to help you create an assembly and then assemble it.

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