## How do you align objects in a row in Autocad?

**To Align two Objects in 2D**

- Click Home tab Modify panel Align. Find.
- Select the objects that you want to align.
- Specify a source point and then the corresponding destination point. To rotate the object, specify a second source point followed by a second destination point.
- Press Enter to end the command.

## How do I make dimensions the same in Autocad?

**Use the DIMSPACE command** to evenly space dimensions. For spacing select Auto to use the DIMDLI system variable or enter value on the command line.

## How do you scale and align in AutoCAD?

**Solution:**

- Draw a line that is at the proper length (Ex: If the dimension shows 25′, draw a line at that length).
- Type ALIGN into the command line and press Enter. …
- Select the image to be scaled and press Enter.
- Specify the first source point, and then click the corresponding destination point.

## How do you align objects in Draftsight?

**Aligning Entities**

- Click Modify > Align (or type Align).
- In the graphics area, select entities to align.
- Press Enter.
- In the graphics area, specify the first source point and the destination point, or type values to set the points. Use EntitySnaps where appropriate.
- Press Enter.

## What are equal dimensions?

Equal Dimensions, began as a simple attempt to show works that utilize the square, yet quickly developed into a presentation of pieces that, while using rectilinear forms, are **more about equality through comparison** than just formal similarities.

## How do I make two lines equal in AutoCAD?

**To Insert Points That Divide an Object Into Equal Intervals**

- Click Home tab Draw panel Point drop-down Divide. Find.
- Select a line, circle, ellipse, polyline, arc, or spline.
- Enter the number of intervals. A point is placed between each interval.

## How do I use equalizer in AutoCAD?

**You can add supplemental text above, below, or on either side of a permanent dimension value or an Equality Text label (EQ).**

- In the drawing area, select the dimension to edit.
- Click the dimension value or Equality Text label.
- In the Dimension Text dialog, for Dimension Value, select Use Actual Value. …
- Click OK.

## How do you calculate spindle spacing?

Measure the length of the space between the end supports of the balustrade. For this example, assume it’s 13 feet 5 ½ inches, or 161 ½ inches. **Divide that length by four** to determine the number of spaces you will need while having a minimum of 4 inches distance between balusters.

## How do you calculate rebar spacing?

Find the rebar-to-spacing multiplier with the formula **M = 0.9_sqrt(Pt)**, with “P” representing the percentage of steel required and “t” representing the thickness of the slab. For example, if the percentage is 0.65 and the thickness of the slab is 6 inches, M = 0.9_sqrt(0.65*6) = 1.78.