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Creating custom hatch patterns
Two are at 0 degrees, and two are at 90 degrees. February 25, at 1: Made it years ago but cannot remember for the life of me how to do hatch patterns anymore! April 16, at 2: Ellen January 5, at 7: Defines a noncontinuous line using the same system as linetype definitions: Now open the drawing from your desktop and drag and drop lisp routine to the drawing as shown in the image below.
How can I find and show these layers in the drawing?
Creating custom hatch patterns - AutoCAD Tips Blog
What I meant was, I opened two pat files in text editors, then cut and paste all those numbers together and saved it as a new pat file. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks Romany February 13, at pattrn Ellen Finkelstein December 23, at Missing parameter on line 3. I will more then be happy to post one or two to get one in return!
auttocad Ellen Finkelstein July 3, at July 19, at 1: The description is optional; if you include one, precede it with a comma.
In fact, the hatch code specifications go back many years. You can add spaces in the definition lines for readability. Don't miss any new tips.
Better late than never! Ellen November 14, at 9: Usually i fill it with circles and use solid fill but it take too long and sometimes it has problem to idendify the islands.
October 6, at 6: Do you have any suggestion? PatMac January 19, at 3: Article modified to address this issue please have a pattren at article again. This is happening to the same layers in 2 different drawings. April 2, at 6: If the height of the brick pattern is not exactly what you want it to be, you can go through the process again and change the 2.
August 8, at 9: Here, this is my take on herringbone in 3 lines. Nastaran October 22, at 4: I would suggest you connect with the original lisp creator on his site here http: Sort of like a dashed polyline patttern width set to 0.