How To Draw Xline Command In AutoCAD Showing With Image And Video

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    Use Of Xline Command In AutoCAD …..

    Users always need to draw a reference line for projection. Users can use a xline command as a reference line or a projection line in bigger drawings. Xline command does not have any end both side. Xline has an infinite length.

    There are five options, Users can draw a xline command in AutoCAD as shown in pic-1.

    1. Horizontally
    2. Vertically
    3. Angle
    4. Bisect
    5. Offset

    pic-1

    Type XL or XLINE In The Command Line.

    Use Any Below Options To Draw Xline.

    1.  Draw Xline As A Horizontally 

    1. Type in the command line.
    2. Specify the point as shown in pic-2.

    pic-2

    2. Draw Xline As A Vertically

    1. Type in the command line.
    2. Specify the point as shown in pic-3.

    pic-3

    3. Draw Xline At An Angle

    1. Type in the command line.
    2. Enter angle for xline or type R for use the existing line as a reference angle.
    3. Specify the point as shown in pic-4.

    pic-4

    4. Bisect Xline

    1. Type in the command line.
    2. Select vertex point.
    3. Specify the first point & second point.

    Many times users need to bisect the angle between first line & second line. Bisect xline is used to draw between two vertex lines. Users don’t need to check an angle of two line. Select the 1 point & then 2, 3 as shown in pic-5.

    pic-5

    5. Offset

    1. Type in the command line.
    2. Enter the offset distance.
    3. Select the object which has to be offset as shown in pic-6.

    pic-6

     

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