How to make cad title bar

How is a cad title bar made?

There are three ways to make cad title bar:

The first one, is the simplest and easiest way to think of. The title bar is nothing more than a number of straight lines and text composition, then these straight lines and text are all drawn out, naturally, is the title bar. Of course, this has some disadvantages, first of all, these straight lines and text these objects are separated, in the production of the title bar when the line and text are graphic objects, there is no integrity. Text alignment is not convenient, designers need to change the text after the length of the text, manually modify the position of the text to achieve the desired effect. At the same time, to add text, you need to invoke the command to write text, and thus need to set the text style and position several times.

The second way is by making blocks. The first is also by drawing lines and text to make the basic content of the form, the blue part of the figure below. Then the content that needs to be filled in the title field is made by means of the block attribute, the white part in the picture below. Finally make all of these into a block object, so that the title bar is a whole object, so this is better than the first way. But after making it into a block, if you want to change something, such as adding a column, etc., you need to change the whole block, which is also more troublesome.

The third way to do this is with a table, which can only be done with the latest 2011 version of ZW CAD. First of all, you need to create a table, the size of the number of rows and columns of the table according to the need to design the size of the title bar to do, with the smallest table unit to divide, the following chart, the blue part is to set out the title bar, the white color is created with the table function.

cad title bar how to draw

cad title bar drawing: first open CAD click format / table style. Then click to select New. Then give the new style name, and click Continue. Then select the regular format, then click on the text style, and then click on the application, and finally in the data options alignment click on the center. Then select the border color, and line width, enter the required cell height (for example, 5 corresponding to the vertical height of 0.66), and finally click OK.

Computer-aided design (CAD) refers to the use of computers and their graphics equipment to help designers design work. The computer is usually used in the design to perform a large number of calculations, analyses and comparisons of different schemes to decide on the optimal scheme;

A variety of design information, whether digital, textual or graphical, can be stored in the computer’s memory or external storage and can be retrieved quickly; the designer usually starts the design with sketches, and the laborious work of turning the sketches into working drawings can be left to the Computer to complete;

Automatically generated by the computer design results can be quickly made graphics, so that designers make timely judgments and modifications to the design; use of computers can be edited with graphics, zoom in, zoom out, panning, copying and rotating and other related graphic data processing work.

How to make title bar and drawing frame in cad?

In CAD software, you can set up a drawing frame by following steps:

1. Open CAD software and create a new drawing file.

2. Select the appropriate page size in the Layout view. You can use the “Layout” command in the “Layout” tab or right-click on the Layout tab and select “PageSetupManager” to open the Page Setup dialog box.

3. In the Page Setup dialog box, select the appropriate print device, paper size and orientation.

4. Open the “Layout” tab of the “Insert” command or use the keyboard shortcut “I” to insert the frame block. A frame block is usually a pre-designed DWG file that contains a standard title bar and border.

5. In the pop-up dialog box, browse and select the DWG file containing the frame, and then follow the prompts to insert the operation.

6. After inserting the frame, you can use commands such as move, zoom, and rotate to adjust the position and size of the frame to fit the current layout.

7. You can use the text and attribute commands to add identification information such as the name of the person, the date, the figure number, etc. to the picture frame.

8. As needed, you can further edit the picture frame block, such as modifying the color, line type, or adding other graphic elements.

9. Save the file and print or export as required.

Please note that specific drawing box settings may vary depending on the CAD software version and production requirements. This is a general setup process and you may need to refer to your CAD software’s manual or related resources for more detailed and specific steps.