AutoCAD Tutorial: How to Create a Linetype

Once again it’s been a while since I’ve posted anything on my blog and it was really starting to bug me. I’d click over to the home page and it was an old post from months ago! I had been so busy with creating my first AutoCAD Course (check it out here if you have’t yet) that I hadn’t updated the blog in a few months and even worse, I haven’t posted a new video on my youtube channel in a year!!

Today marks the start of a new “season” of autocad episodes I’ll be posting on the channel and to the blog here. The goal is to group them into weekly/bi-weekly episodes, I haven’t decided which yet but they will cover all kinds of autocad related topics including gear, equipment, basic CAD, Civil 3D and various tips and software. Also, if you have any requests or suggestions just leave a comment below and I will add them to the future list of episode topics.

To start off the new set of videos is my Tutorial on how to make a custom linetype in autocad using the makelinetype command as well as a more advanced linetype using a shapefile.

Check out the video below and let me know what you think:
AutoCAD Tutorial: How to Create a Linetype –

I hope this video has helped explain making a linetype for you, but if you have any questions whatsoever please don’t hesitate to ask me in the comments below.

Cheers and happy drafting!

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Brandon is a Civil Designer, aspiring blogger and tech aficionado from a small town in Canada. He has been obsessed with design and technology since diapers (coincidentally, his amazing wife recently gave birth to their first son, Emmett, and diapers are now a majority of their free time) and working as a Civil Designer for nearly as long. Brandon’s blog and Youtube channel, CADIntentions.com has been his outlet and loving excuse for keeping up with new tech and trends in the CAD design world for the last five years growing to over 3 million views and being the source of many great friendships and opportunities.