Brandon here, back with a quick new 2 minute tuesday video! In todays video I go over a really common question I get here on the blog as well as in emails. How do I Insert an image in autocad and then scale it to use as a reference image or to trace from it?
In todays video I answer this exact question with a walkthrough tutorial. This method can be useful in so many situations, including bringing in images or pdfs of old drawings, details or pictures. As well and is you wanted to bring in an image as a drawing reference to trace off of or digitize, this tip will allow you to insert it and then accurately scale the image so the measurements will be roughly correct.
check the video and make sure you let me know how it works for you!
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