Woo week 3 of New AutoCAD tutorial videos!
It seems I’ve been able to keep up with filming and editing these, so if you have any questions you want to see answered or gear you want reviewed just leave a comment below and let me know!
For episode 3, I’ve made a quick video answering a question I got a little while ago in a reply to my email newsletter (your signed up for it right? If not sign up in the side bar >>>)
In the video I go how to fill a shape using the hatch command in autocad. If you’re new to AutoCAD or just haven’t used it in a while this will be a great refresher for hatching and the options available to you.
Here’s the video, let me know what you need to know next:
Hopefully this clears up any questions about how to fill a shape in autocad and hatching in genereal, but if you have any questions whatsoever please don’t hesitate to ask me in the comments below.
Cheers and happy drafting!
Oh and just in case you missed the last episode you can see it right here:
Model Space vs Paper Space – what’s the difference?
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