Commands Box, Wedge, Cylinder, Cone, Pyramid, Sphere, Torus in AutoCAD
Before you start creating 3D solid-state primitives in AutoCAD, let's recall the video lessons of AutoCAD, and directly the section Creating objects in AutoCAD. This section contains video tutorials on creating the simplest objects of primitives in AutoCAD 2D such as:
- Xline in AutoCAD;
- Line in AutoCAD;
- Ray in AutoCAD;
- Rectangle in AutoCAD;
- Polygon in AutoCAD;
- Circle in AutoCAD;
- Arc in AutoCAD;
- Ellipse in AutoCAD;
- Donut in AutoCAD;
- Point in AutoCAD;
- Cloud in AutoCAD.
Box, wedge, cylinder, cone, pyramid, sphere, torus in AutoCAD 3D are the same primitive objects only in three-dimensional space.
Typically, a 3D solid model in AutoCAD is created from 3D solid-state primitives. 3D primitives are combined, edited, modified until the final 3D model is obtained in the AutoCAD.
3D primitives in AutoCAD are designed to speed up the work when creating simple bodies.
To create three-dimensional solid-state primitives, you use the command Drawer, Wedge, Cylinder, Cone, Pyramid, sphere and Torus in AutoCAD.
In the video tutorial AutoCAD 3D we will consider:
- Ways to call commands.
- Command options.
- The principle of working with teams.
Video "Box, Wedge, Cylinder, Cone, Pyramid, Sphere, Torus in AutoCAD (Russian)"