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# Tutorial - Creating isometric circle (Top view) in AutoCAD?

By Sudhir Gill on 06 Mar 17:15 6 answers 1906 views 2 comments

Tutorial on creating isometric circle Top view in AutoCAD.

You can draw a circle in TOP view.
Than change the viewpoint in for example SE.

HI,
Its very simple,go to Drafting setting,then snap and grid then change rectangular snap to isometric snap and close the window.
Take ellipse command and choose isocircle.
You can toggle your elliptical circle by F5 KEY.
Thanks
Vicky

Here is the tutorial.

2. ### Step 2

Use line tool and input these values=(0,0),@10<210,c.

3. ### Step 3

Now draw lines to the mid-points of the the lines.

4. ### Step 4

Draw these lines.

5. ### Step 5

Use circle tool and then select this intersection as center.

6. ### Step 6

Select the end point of the line.

7. ### Step 7

Again circle tool and select the intersection.

8. ### Step 8

To the end point of the line.

9. ### Step 9

Select circle tool and select the corner.

10. ### Step 10

To the mid-point of the left line.

11. ### Step 11

Again circle tool and end-point.

12. ### Step 12

To the other end-point.

13. ### Step 13

Trim tool and select all.

14. ### Step 14

Trim away the components leaving the circles to arcs.

15. ### Step 15

Delete all construction and we have circle.

If you are in isometric mode,
run "ellipse"
there is sub-options for "Isocircle"
Type "I" for Isocirlce

• 8 months ago

Step-1 open new file
Step-2 Snap right click setting & change snap type ( Isometric snap) ok
Step-3 Now ELLIPSE command enter & choose option Isocircle
Step-4 Now click center point & radius or diameter
Note : - For change isoplane press F5 ( Isoplane top , right & left)

• 7 months ago

command

type
"snap" then
enter
"s" then enter
"i" enter

now you are in Iso mode
:)

here you can use the "el" for ellipse

type
"snap" then
enter
"s" then enter
"s" enter

now you are in standard mode
:)