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How to Draw Raster Image ?

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03-27-2013 09:46 PM

Hi ,everyone, I have a problem about drawing CAD.

I want to draw a ellipse with the mouse trajectory,just like draw Raster Image.Then Calculate the ellipse parameters and get a DataBase Object ellipse to add in!

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Re: How to Draw Raster Image ?

03-28-2013 04:15 AM in reply to: kevinsir

I'm not sure that I understood what to do and where is the Raster Image, but it seems that you need a JIG (EntityJig or DrawJig).

 


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Re: How to Draw Raster Image ?

03-28-2013 04:43 AM in reply to: Alexander.Rivilis

Hi Alexander.Rivilis,I use CAD on the pad. You know ,people like  drawing the image with  fingers on the pad.

I want to know is there anyway do that.

1、put down one finger  on the CAD screen

2、move finger to draw like a eclipse(lets say eclipse first)

3、then we record all the trajectory that the finger moving,(maybe record many points)

4、then finger is up

5、we calculate the similar eclipse and add into Database

Is there any way to do that ? maybe you can give me some useful mind!

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Re: How to Draw Raster Image ?

03-28-2013 09:43 AM in reply to: kevinsir

This is real jig technic what you talking about,

try files from attacment

 

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