This is an exclusive autocad tutorial video that teaches you how to add annotative dimension lines in an autocad drawing.
The annotative dimension lines are ideal while going to print a drawing with viewports in various scales.
Fundamentally, the sizes to be edited in the dimension style manager, is same as that will be provided in the paper while printing.
With dimension style manager, it is possible to generate new styles, arrange the existing style, rectify styles, set overrides on the existing style, and compares styles.
A dimension style belongs to a named collection of dimension settings that manages the look of dimensions like arrowhead style, text location, and lateral tolerances.
The objective of dimension styles is to indicate the format of dimensions instantly, and to make sure that dimensions comply with industry or project standards.
The video focuses on the following topics :-
-Edit annotative dimensions
-Produce a special layer for dimension lines (command DIMLAYER)
-Draw annotative dimension lines -scale 1:100 -scale 1:30
-Display and hide annotation objects
To get more details, watch the following video.