Chapter1 Controlling Views, Notas de estudo de Mecatrônica
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Chapter 1 Controlling Views

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Screen divided into three tiled viewports

Viewports

Viewports 1.1

-Vports Command

1. Type -VPORTS at the command prompt.

Command: -vports

Enter an option [Save/Restore/Delete/Join/SIngle/?/2/3/4] <3>: enter

Enter a configuration option [Horizontal/Vertical/Above/ Below/Left/Right] <Right>: enter

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2. Click once in each vport to make it active.

3. Type a ZOOM option in each viewport.

NOTE: AutoCAD plots only the current vport.

Viewports

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New Viewports tab of the Viewports dialog

Viewports

3D Viewports 1.2

Viewports

1. Choose View, Viewports, New Viewports

2. Click the dropdown option for Setup and click 3D.

3. Click OK.

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Preset Views

1. Choose View, Named Views

2. Click Orthographic & Isometric Views tab of the View dialog.

3. Click One of the following view options:

Top

Bottom

Front

Back

Left

Right

Southwest Isometric

Southeast Isometric

Northeast Isometric

Northwest Isometric

4. Click the Set Current button

5. Click the OK button

Preset Views 1.3

Preset Views

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Resultant viewport with new 3D view

Point in the center of the compass is

the north pole

Tripod

Middle ring of the compass is the equator

Entire outer ring is the south pole

Vpoint Command

Vpoint Command (Tripod) 1.4

Displays a compass and tripod for defining a view rotation. The compass represents a two dimensional globe.

1. Choose View, 3D Views, Vpoint

or

2. Type VPOINT at the command prompt.

Command: vpoint

Rotate/<View point> <-0.614,-0.614,0.500>: (enter)

3. Click a point on the compass to define the viewing angle.

Vpoint Command (Rotate) 1.5

Enters a rotation angle at the viewpoint prompt.

1. Choose View, 3D Views, Vpoint

or

2. Type VPOINT at the command prompt.

Command: vpoint

Rotate/<View point> <-0.614,-0.614,0.500>: R (enter)

Enter angle in XY plane from X axis <225>: 225 (enter)

Enter angle from XY plane <30>: 15 (enter)

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Vpoint Command

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Angle from the X Axis

Angle in the XY Plane

Resultant viewport with new 3D view

Vpoint Command

DDVpoint Command 1.6

1. Choose View, 3D Views, Viewpoint Preset

or

2. Type DDVPOINT at the command prompt.

Command: ddvpoint

3. Set a viewing angle by typing the From X axis and XY Plane angle.

or

4. Pick a viewing angle in the 2 graphics

Left graphic = From X Axis

Right graphic = In XY Plane

5. Click OK.

Vpoint Command

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Resultant viewport with entered coordinates -1,-1,1

Vpoint Presets

Vpoint Command (Vector Option) 1.7

Enters coordinates at the viewpoint prompt.

1. Choose View, 3D Views, Vpoint

or

2. Type VPOINT at the command prompt.

Command: vpoint

Rotate/<View point> <-1.690,-1.981,2.995>: -1,-1,1

Regenerating drawing.

Other Preset Viewpoints 1.8

1. Choose View, 3D Views, and one of the following viewpoint options:

Top, Bottom,

Left, Right,

Front, Back

SW Isometric

SE Isometric

NW Isometric

NE Isometric

Vpoint Presets

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Plan View

Plan View 1.9

1. Choose View, 3D Views, Plan View the one of the following:

Current UCS, World UCS, Named UCS

or

2. Type PLAN at the command prompt.

Command: plan

Enter an option [Current ucs/Ucs/World] <Current>:

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Current ucs Goes to the plan view of the current UCS.

Ucs At the command line type in a name of a previously named Coordinate System.

World Goes to the plan view of the World Coordinate System.

Plan View

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