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AutoCAD Hatch

This pattern is used to distinguish the components or to indicate the materials that make up an object. 
We can use predefined hatch pattern, determine the pattern of simple lines using the current linetype,
or create a hatch pattern is more complex.
We can also create a gradient fill, which use transitions between shades of one color or between two colors.



We can drag and drop hatches from the tool palette or use a dialog box with additional options.

We can choose among several methods for determining the boundaries of hatch,
and we can control whether the hatch automatically adjust when boundary changes are made.
To reduce the file size, hatch patterns defined in the database image as a single graphic object.
 



In AutoCAD, we can use several methods to add hatch patterns to our image.
Use a palette toolst when we need the speed and convenience.


With the Tool Palette window open, you can click right to access the Tool Properties dialog box from the shortcut menu.
This dialog box contains several options hatch patterns are also available through BHATCH.
Here we can determine the scale and spacing for hatch pattern.
In AutoCAD there are more than 50 industry-standard hatch patterns that we can use to distinguish the component object.
AutoCAD has a hatch pattern 14 which in accordance with ISO (International Standards Organization) standard.
biila we choose the ISO pattern, we can determine the width of a pen, which determines lineweight in the pattern.
When we make a hatch, by default hatch boundary drawn on the back hatch.
This makes it easier to see and select a hatch boundary.
We also can set your own hatch pattern using a linetype by filling out the dialog box,
or we can create more complex hatch patterns.

To create a hatch (shaded) in autocad

initial step that must be done is on the Draw menu, click Hatch.
In the Boundary Hatch and Fill dialog box, click Pick Points.
Determine the point in every area of the image that we want to create a hatch, and then press ENTER.
In the Boundary Hatch, Fill dialog box, Hatch tab, and swatch box, make sure that the sample pattern is the pattern we want to use.
To change the pattern, select another pattern from the Pattern list.
To see how the hatch pattern that we created, click the [...] button next to the Pattern.
Click OK when finished to see the preview.
























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