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Post-Creation Assemblies

Post-creation assemblies (POAs) are data files that are created when someone downloads a CAD drawing (they are like a blueprint for an item). In AutoCAD, a new drawing can contain up to two POAs, either data files or schematics. If the drawing contains two POAs, they are always created in a file named the same as the drawing, followed by extension.1 or.2, indicating they are the first or second POA.

To open a POA in AutoCAD:

To open a POA:

Click on the New icon () and browse to the location of the POA you want to open. (Or click on a drawing that already contains the POA and choose Open POA from the menu bar.)

To open multiple POAs:

Click on the New icon () and browse to the location of the first POA you want to open.

To open a second POA:

Click on the New icon () and browse to the location of the second POA you want to open.

POA Files

A drawing in AutoCAD has three major components: an assembly, an entity, and a viewport. The assembly is the main drawing; the entity can represent an entire drawing, an item (e.g., a wall, window, or cabinet), or anything else that is easily separated from the rest of the drawing. The viewport is an area that is visible in the assembly. Figure 2 illustrates the components of a drawing.

Figure 2: Components of a drawing in AutoCAD.

Figure 2: Components of a drawing in AutoCAD.

When you create a new drawing in AutoCAD, a POA for the assembly and two entities are automatically added to the drawing: one for the assembly and one for the first entity. By default, the viewport is set to show the assembly. The drawing window in AutoCAD also shows the assembly, the entity, and the viewport, as illustrated in Figure 3.

Figure 3: Components of a drawing in AutoCAD.

Figure 3: Components of a drawing in AutoCAD.

Note: Sometimes the entity in the drawing will have a floating window. This happens if the entity has additional parts that are not shown in the assembly. Figure 4 shows a floating entity with two parts (columns and wall).

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AutoCAD features a graphically based interface and relies on direct manipulation for editing drawings. The AutoCAD user interface provides for drag-and-drop (dnd), a file browser, and an Object Manager, with support for the Autodesk Exchange format. The Object Manager provides a storage facility for objects that can be inserted, deleted, and edited and displays the.dwg files stored in the drawing. The Object Manager automatically updates when the drawing is opened.

The drawing interface is centered around windows. There are five main windows: the Windows workspace, the command line, the drawing manager, the status bar, and the properties window. The tool bar contains buttons, menus, scroll bars, icons, and other features which interact with a drawing. There is a simple menu bar for easy access to commonly used tools and functions. The options menu allows selecting any number of units and units of measurement.

AutoCAD stores objects in a hierarchical storage format, which allows objects to be kept and manipulated in a tree-like format. The objects are stored in folders which in turn may be contained in a sub-folder. Objects can be inserted and deleted from within any folder. The user can view a drawing at various levels, ranging from the root folder to the folder and its contents. A drawing may contain multiple levels, allowing the user to inspect a hierarchy of folders.

AutoCAD supports input in three languages, English, French and German. AutoCAD also supports exporting drawings to other file formats such as DXF. The DXF format is not fully compatible with AutoCAD, and it is known to have problems with certain types of curves, thus making it unsuitable for engineering applications.

The DWG and DXF file formats are widely used for the interchange of 2D and 3D drawing information. DXF is used in CAD systems and is specified by the ISO standard 10950 (ISO/IEC 10950:1994). DXF is a pure ASCII, line based, hierarchical file format for storing 2D CAD model data. DWG is a proprietary format of Autodesk.

It can be read and edited by many computer programs and many specialized drawing packages (e.g. Inventor, SolidWorks, Pro/ENGINEER, etc.) allowing users to incorporate 3D CAD models into a 3D environment. DXF and DWG are widely used in the automotive, aerospace, and manufacturing industries. AutoCAD is widely used for geometric

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Markup Assist:

Increase your productivity by letting others check the quality of your designs and keep you from repeating changes to shared drawings. Markup Assist reduces the need to communicate with others or review drawing revisions yourself. (video: 1:30 min.)

Revise All:

Take a fresh look at older drawings. Re-visit the past with the Revise All command. It lets you examine past drawing changes and let you decide if the change was useful or not.

Manage your drawings:

Share your latest work with others. Publish your work to a Central Office file server for shared access by multiple users. (video: 1:15 min.)

Share your own files with others:

Share your files with others and use the Central Office file server to manage access to shared files. With Central Office, you can control who has access to your files and control access to your documents. (video: 1:30 min.)

Custom color palettes:

Create custom color palettes that automatically display when you need them. Quickly pick the colors you want from a palette that appears on screen. (video: 1:30 min.)

Interactive rulers:

Control the interactive rulers with one click of your mouse. Display the grid and units when you need them, or hide them when you don’t. (video: 1:30 min.)

New features in 2017 Update

Add AI-powered Face Recognition to Autodesk AutoCAD to automatically correct a host of common industry-specific issues, such as:

Inaccurate dimensions.

Out-of-placement dimensions.

Inaccurate elevations.

Out-of-place elevations.

Faulty topology.

Faulty attribute labeling.

Inaccurate measurement lines.

Inaccurate hatch patterns.

Inaccurate object labels.

Out-of-place object labels.

Hidden and mislabeled drawings.

Incorrect alignment of rulers, vertical, horizontal and through dimensions.

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Now you can automatically detect and correct the most common common problems for almost any type of drawing. (video: 1:15 min.)

More information about new and changing features is available on the Drawing Content & Delivery home page.

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