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Now in this video, we will learn what is Chamfer command in AutoCAD.
Follow Below Steps for Chamfer Command in AutoCAD:
We will first type 'rectangle' in our command prompt and see many options shown to include the chamfer command. We will select the chamfer command option, and it will ask us to specify the first chamfer distance for the rectangle and after that second chamfer distance for the rectangle.
After that, we will specify the first corner point on our screen and then expand our rectangle as much we want and then click on the second point.
Now we will see that on every corner point of our rectangle, the chamfer is applied.
Now we will see another option, i.e., 'Fillet.' In this, we will ask to specify the fillet radius for the rectangle and then specify the first and second corner points of the rectangle.
We will see that fillet has been applied according to our provided radius of the fillet on every corner point of the rectangle.
Now we will see another option, i.e. 'Thickness.' In this, we will be asked to specify thickness for the rectangle, we will enter it. After that, we will draw a rectangle and observe that we are unable to see the consistency of our rectangle from a top view, so for that, we will change our perspective to the left, and we will see that the thickness of a rectangle has been changed.
We can also change the rectangle view to 'isometric,' which will provide us with a better idea about the rectangle's thickness change.
Another option we have is 'Width.' In this, we will ask to specify line width for rectangle, and as soon as we draw the rectangle, we will be able to see the width increase of the rectangle.
Similarly, we can use another option, i.e., 'Elevation.' It will ask us to specify the height we want between two rectangles, and as soon as we provide it, the size will change for that. It can be seen in isometric view and by also changing the orbit rotation. We will see that the change in height between two rectangles.
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