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24 tips containing
'THICKNESS'

CAD:    OS:    Categ: 
Text:  FAQ glossary   
CAD Catalog 2 blocks in the THICKNESS CAD library
Variables AutoCAD variable THICKNESS
Question CAD 
 %  platform  category 
Q - question

How to convert surfaces to 3D solids?

A - answer see answer   Tip 5117
ACAD2018ACAD2014...
100% *  CAD 
14.7.2006   FAQ  
Q - question

Some drawing texts are plotted thinner or thicker (after editing).

A - answer see answer   Tip 962
ACADMDTLDDTADT...
100% Win2000,WinXP  CAD 
25.1.2001   FAQ  
Q - question

How to move (flatten) entities with varying Z-coordinates to Z=0?

A - answer see answer   Tip 872
LT98LT2000LT2004...
100% *  CAD 
8.1.2001   FAQ  
Q - question

How to hollow out a 3D solid body in AutoCAD?

A - answer see answer   Tip 12717
ACADADTMech
100% *  CAD 
28.8.2020  
Q - question

Sketch lines linewidth - how to make Inventor lines thicker for a 4K display?

A - answer see answer   Tip 12152
Inventor
100% *  CAD 
24.2.2019  
Q - question

Maze generator for AutoCAD.

A - answer see answer   Tip 11914
ACAD
100% *  CAD 
9.6.2018  
Q - question

How to replace a 3D mesh model with a grid structure?

A - answer see answer   Tip 11590
Meshmixer
100% *  CAD 
31.8.2017  
Q - question

How to set K-Factor and other parameters for sheetmetal unfolding in Fusion 360?

A - answer see answer   Tip 11556
Fusion360
100% *  CAD 
11.8.2017  
Q - question

Contour lines on a toposurface are displayed as too thick lines.

A - answer see answer   Tip 11425
Revit
100% *  CAD 
16.5.2017  
Q - question

Pipe label in Revit MEP - outer diameter x wall thickness

A - answer see answer   Tip 9246
Revit2014Revit201...
100% *  CAD 
13.5.2013  
Q - question

Random scatter of AutoCAD drawing objects - SCATTER.

A - answer see answer   Tip 9042
ACADADTCivilMap
100% *  CAD 
20.1.2013  
Q - question

Inventor shell - minimal thickness.

A - answer see answer   Tip 8940
Inventor
100% *  CAD 
27.11.2012  
Q - question

How to convert 2D SOLID objects to 3D faces?

A - answer see answer   Tip 6541
ACAD2010ACAD2009...
100% *  CAD 
23.2.2009  
Q - question

Arithmetic functions in AutoCAD fields.

A - answer see answer   Tip 6381
ACADLT2009ADTCi...
100% *  CAD 
10.11.2008  
Q - question

Missing plot styles, options and orientation in the PLOT dialog.

A - answer see answer   Tip 5920
LT2008LT2007LT20...
100% *  CAD 
28.12.2007  
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