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  • How to Use Drawing Tool - Circle

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FAQs

  • Press Enter after typing Circle or C into the command line.
  • On the workspace or viewport, provide a circle's centre point.
  • Calculate the circle's radius. Or.
  • Enter the command.

The circle command allows you to draw a circle by setting the radius and centre point. Let's look at two examples to help you understand. On the command line, type Circle or C and hit Enter.

Specifying the centre and radius is the default method. The graphic depicts three additional ways to make a circle.

Radius, diameter, 2P (two points), and 3P (three points) approaches are among the methods employed here. Users of AutoCAD can use a variety of circle commands. Drawing a circle with two points on the circumference is known as 2P. Drawing a circle with three points on the circumference is known as 3P.

Access the ELLIPSE command to draw an isometric circle after activating isometric snap mode and selecting the proper isoplane. Select the Isocircle option and then specify the circle axis, or centre point's location. Then enter the circle's radius or choose the Diameter option to enter the diameter.

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