In this video tutorial, learn about how to create a parametric Double Swing Door Family.
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Drafting views are blank views with no reference to the model. These views are used to add details that are view-specific and not associated to any particular model element. If you would like to create a detail of a particular location and associate that detail to that view, then use Callout Views. Drafting views are like blank paper, where you can sketch anything without affecting your model. You can also import drafting views of one project to another project to enhance efficiency.
Tip: If you have some details already drafted in CAD, you can import them in the drafting views and use them as part of your project.
Symbols are annotation elements that are used to communicate design information. Because these symbols are annotation elements, their size automatically updates with the scale of the view so that the size remains constant on the layout/printed sheet. Symbols are commonly used for adding North Symbol, Light Symbol, Welding Symbol, Keyplan symbol, etc on the views. Symbols can be customised using a Generic Annotations Family template.
Learn about creating a custom symbol and adding it on the drawing in this Video Tutorial – by Greg Wheler
Tags are annotation elements that are used to identify elements in a drawing. It can also be considered as smart text or parametric text because the value of the text in the tag is derived from a parameter of that element. For example, a Window tag can show the value of the ‘Type Mark’ parameter of that Window. So, if the parameter changes, the text in the tag automatically changes.
Learn about placing tags with or without leaders in this Video Tutorial – by Autodesk
Learn how to customise the tag information with this Video Tutorial.
Learn how to add tags to a 3D Detail view with this Video Tutorial – by Autodesk
You can add additional information to your drawing by adding text notes. Text can be added with or without leader arrows. They are annotation elements which means that their size remains constant on the print and scales automatically with the scale of the drawing. For example, a 2mm text note will automatically scale according to the scale of the drawing so that when the drawing is printed, the size of the text is 2mm on paper.
Learn about text size and how to change the text size in text notes, dimension and tags with this video tutorial – by Autodesk
Learn how to add symbols and special characters to your text notes with this Video Tutorial – by Autodesk
Learn how to add general annotations to views, create general notes on title sheets and format text in notes with this Video Tutorial – by Autodesk