This experience teaches you how to make CAD dynamic block door, first make the door block, and then add stretch, scale, align, flip and other functions in the block editor, and finally complete the production of a dynamic block door. The use of dynamic block doors can speed up the time of CAD drawing.
Start autocad 2014, draw a 40X900 rectangle, that is, the door panel, and then draw a radius of 900 1/4 arc, that is, the door.
B+ space to open the Block Definition dialog box and define a block named "Door 900".
Right-click the block and choose Block Editor to enter the block editor.
Click Parameters, then Linear, and drag the mouse at both ends to mark Distance 1.
Right-click "Distance 1" and click "Features" to open the "Features" TAB and set the number of clips to "1".
Click Action, then select Stretch, then select Distance 1, and then click the endpoint to the right of the specified. Drag the mouse to create a stretch box, which is above the rectangle, and then select the stretch object, which is the rectangle. After confirmation, a "stretch" icon is generated.
Click the Stretch icon and change the Angle offset to "90" in the Properties palette.
Click Action, select Scale, click Distance 1, select arc, and then generate a scale icon.
Click "Parameters", select "Align", then specify the base point of alignment (that is, click the bottom left corner of the rectangle), specify the direction of alignment (that is, click the mouse over the base point), and create an alignment icon.
Connect an auxiliary line between the two endpoints of "Distance 1", click "Parameters", select "Flip", click the mouse at the middle point of the auxiliary line, specify the base point of the flip projection line, then click again at the top, specify the direction of the projection line, and click the mouse to specify the position of "Flip label 1".
Click Action, then click Flip, then click Flip Status 1, prompting you to select an object, enter all, press Enter twice to confirm, and create a flip icon.
Click Parameters, select Flip, click left on the auxiliary line to specify the base point of flip the projection line, click again on the left to specify the direction of the projection line, and click to specify the position of Flip Label 2.
Click Action, then click Flip, then click Flip Status 2, prompting you to select an object, enter all, press Enter twice to confirm, and create the second flip icon.
Delete the auxiliary line, click Close Block Editor, and select Save changes to complete the dynamic block creation.
Make a dynamic block gate with stretch size, alignment plane, mirror flip direction.