Working with Hatch and Linetypes in AutoCAD

In this video we look at using linetypes in autocad, and how to load new linetypes into your drawing, including insulation batting. We then look at working with hatch, hatch boundary and pick points, along with solid fills, gradients and pattern fill.  

If you have any questions or get stuck with any CAD stuff – please just ask and I would be too happy to see if I can help. Check out some of our other tutorials here.

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  1. Emma, thank you for sharing the information. I stuck with template dwt file, cannot open what I have, also searching for good template dwt file. (i am working on Mac) Would be great if you give an advice where to find good template and how to open it. Thank you again.

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