We slow down a little today, and we would like you to come back and use some basic commands we think we have not made use of enough.
Now, we are going to look at the CHAMFER command and play with the UCS command a little bit more than we did in the past days.
LEARNING AUTOCAD BASICS
Here is the object we will try replicate in this session, pretty quick one huh!?
We have been into more difficult situation!
Remember you can do it your own way, but here is how I will suggest you do it.
Start with the following. Four lines, you have all dimensions, pretty easy
Then, use a line to close the object. You need not to know the length of this line, just use those two points to get it.
Now use the CHAMFER command on the left upper corner. The Chamfer distances are 33 x 33 units.
Learn how to use the CHAMFER command in AutoCAD
We have made an extensive use of the UCS command earlier. Move the UCS to the position shown on the image below, that will allow you to get the circles we are trying to create at their right positions.
After Getting the UCS at the position shown above, the center of the bigger circle will be at the point of coordinates (36,36) and the center of the small circle will be at the point of coordinates (84,20)