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Rookie, I don't use this much, help would be appreciated.

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oxenreiderjamie
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Rookie, I don't use this much, help would be appreciated.

I am making a simple grid with bullseyes so I can print out targets for the gun range. I want to change certain line weights and colors but can't for the life of me figure it out. I also want to color in sections of the 2d drawling like make the bullseye red or add a grid automatically (right now I drew it out. Even simply printing it out seems hard. IDK in my mind I feel I should right click and their should be a line weight and color selection or I should drag a box and be able to print it? what am I doing wring?

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Asking a design modelling package to do what 2d graphics software does really well.

 

Might help….

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Hi @oxenreiderjamie 

 

How did you get on with this? If you share a model of the target, I’m sure we’ll be able to help.

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I appreciate you taking the time to respond. I don't have it anymore and I just download other people's. It was a basic 1" grid 8.5 x 14' paper sized with 5 bullseye's. I wanted to change line weight or width so printing would make it more  visible and I wanted to change some of the lines colors and color in some areas of the bullseye. Just like standard types of shooting targets you buy in stores. I would still like to know how if you could teach me. Years ago I had 2007 autodesk and it's hard to remember but I think it easily did these things and had a line weight/style menu. 

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It should.

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@oxenreiderjamie wrote:

Years ago I had 2007 autodesk and it's hard to remember but I think it easily did these things and had a line weight/style menu. 


Different program, one of the simple 2d AutoCad clones would do what you want easily. Fusion's sketch environment is not a drafting environment like AutoCad.

 

You could do this in Fusion if you created bodies for each ring and added an appearance\colour to each ring. Then create a 2d drawing from the design in the drawing workspace. More work than using a simple 2d drawing or graphics program but once created would be easy to modify.

 

Mark Hughes
Owner, Hughes Tooling
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