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To Specify the Thread Style for Drawing Views

1. Click Layout tab Styles and Standards panel Dialog box launcher. Find.
2. In the Drafting Standards dialog box, in the Thread style section, click the desired thread style.

1. In the Shaft Generator dialog box, select the Thread option.
2. In the Thread Selection dialog box, select the thread type to be inserted.
3. In the corresponding dialog box, you can specify the geometrical values for the section.

1. Learning Objectives.
2. Required Competencies.
3. Turn on the External Threading Tool and Helix Path layers, Make the Helix Path layer the active layer. Select the Helix tool and then select the Center snap point of the end of the rod. …
4. That completes the internal and external cut threads.

## How do I insert a bolt in AutoCAD?

To Insert Bolt Components

1. Activate the detail component insertion tool for the component.
2. Specify the center bearing point for the bolt head.
3. Orient the component image, and then specify the center bearing point for the nut to insert the component.
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## How do you make a hexagonal nut in AutoCAD 2d?

specify center of the circle at center of the polygon. Type 0,0 [Enter]. Specify radius of the circle to 0.125. Type 0.125 [Enter].

How to draw hexagon bolt

1. Open a new drawing. …
2. Make sure Ortho mode is OFF, (it ON when it glow in blue, OFF in grey)
3. Type z [Space bar], type e [Space bar].

## How do you make a hex nut?

How to Draw a Hex Nut

1. Set your compass to a radius of at least two inches. …
2. Position your compass’ sharp point on any point on the circle’s circumference. …
3. Position your compass’ sharp point at the intersection you just made. …
4. Do Step 3 repeatedly to make a total of six arcs that intersect with the circle’s circumference.

Tutorial: Draw a 3D threaded bolt

1. Start a new drawing using acad3d. …
2. Type plan to see the view from the top.
3. Create a new layer, object, and make it blue.
4. Start the POLYLINE command, specify a start point anywhere in the middle of the screen, and draw segments as follows: …
5. Start the REVOLVE command and select the polyline.

1. Determine if the thread is straight (parallel) or tapered. The thread is tapered if the diameter increases or decreases. …
2. Measure the thread diameter. …
3. Determine the number of threads per inch (TPI) or the pitch (metric threads) with the thread gauge. …