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Eventually see my AutoCAD file : 3D_SOLIDS_01.dwg here in the site in the CAD/BIM Blocks library.
Launch a search with the name : 3D_SOLIDS_01
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With a search on the internet with : AutoCAD 3D tutorials Kristen S. KURLAND :
But it looks that you have now to register....
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote dery Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18.Dec.2018 at 14:23
Originally posted by philippe JOSEPH philippe JOSEPH wrote:

With a search on the internet with : AutoCAD 3D tutorials Kristen S. KURLAND :
But it looks that you have now to register....

Thank you but, I already download it before you told me but it looks like it is not for AutoCAD 2013 instead for AutoCAD 2007.



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OK dery, maybe this tutorial is not a "step by step" tutorial but it could be usefull, tell us/me if you want to know all about 3D AutoCAD.
If you are begining then I would recommand to learn all about UCS and Point of view. 
What you can do with 2007 is 95+% of what you can do with 2013 and I think that there is a lot on the internet.


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Originally posted by philippe JOSEPH philippe JOSEPH wrote:

If you are begining then I would recommand to learn all about UCS and Point of view.

Can you teach me how to using UCS?
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Yes dery, if you have the AutoCAD 3D tutorial PDF by Kristen KURLAND it's in Chapter 5 - User Coordinate System.
Set UCSICON "ON" anyway.
If you have uploaded my file : 3D_SOLIDS_01.dwg you will see that I have named 3 UCS , G+ , 01 and 02 that you can restore with the command UCS , option Restore...
Take a look at the right lower corner.
If you know about UCS in 3D then it's only one direction more.
Tell me if your version of the AutoCAD 3D tutorial PDF by Kristen KURLAND has the explanation of UCS from page 36 to 49.
This tutorial is really very good.
You must know everything about UCS because you will generally work in a "XY" plane and it can be not horizontal.
When working in 3D and with SOLIDS I would recommand to "store" every step that you make for example at an exact distance of each other with ortho on ( F8 ).



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