AutoCAD: Point and Divide command

Point command

(Multiple)Point or Point is a command in the Draw group.

I think that there are quite a few people who are curious about this command. What is it used for? If you use point to create workpieces, it may not be suitable. because the work would come out as a line drawn by a point And no one does that. So what is the benefit of this command? Point here refers to the reference point itself. Creating a reference point is what we do when we want to divide the workpiece into parts, for example, with one straight line. Want to divide into 3 equal parts.

The dividing point is to use the point as a reference point. Therefore, Point can be used as a reference. Must have a face that is more noticeable than normal spots We have to change the point style or Point Style to change from the normal way. The command used to change Point Style is DDPTYPE. Found that there are many styles to choose from.

DDPTYPE / Point style command

It found that there are many styles to choose from. Click on the Point Style box that you want to use.

DDPTYPE / Point Style command

Now let’s draw a horizontal straight line. any length Then select the Divide command as shown.

Divide command

Object to divide selects a straight line. Then enter the value Number of segments as 4 (meaning divided into 4 parts).

Divide command

The result is as shown in the figure: the line is divided into 4 sections, referenced by points in the selected style as shown.

Divide command

Therefore, the Point command is the command to create a reference point. Using in conjunction with other commands, Point Style can be set by using the DDPTYPE command.

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