Hello Friend tutor! This time I made an article that discussed how to set units in AutoCAD. I am setting up units in the 2017 version of AutoCAD.
Actually, what are the functions of unit settings in AutoCAD? Do you need to do unit settings in AutoCAD?
The Units setting is a pre-modeling setting (the initial setting before working in AutoCAD). The unit is the level used to measure (judge, etc.) something; basic size. So it is clear, that this unit setting aims to set the unit of measurement that will be used by us when working in AutoCAD.
How do I set up units in AutoCAD?
There are two ways to set units in AutoCAD. First using the "manual" method by searching for unit settings via the toolbar. The second is by "automatic" typing commands directly.
1. How to Manual Setting Unit
- Click "A Button" logo letter A in the top left corner
- Click Drawing Settings
- Click Units
|How to Manual Setting Unit|
2. How to Automatic Setting Unit
- Type "units" in the box commands
- Press Enter
|How to Automatic Setting Unit|
What can we change when setting units in AutoCAD?
- Insertion Scale
|How to Setting Units in AutoCAD|
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