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Welcome to our lesson about the eDrawings measure tool, let’s begin by going to the file menu so like save as, under Save as type let’s choose eDrawing document. Now let’s click options, make sure okay to measure this eDrawing file is checked, otherwise the measure tool will be disabled in eDrawings.
Let’s cancel out of the options window now, here’s an open eDrawing document let’s begin by selecting the measure tool tab. Now click on activate measure, under units we’re able to specify the type of unit we’d like to use for both distance and angle. For distance we can use millimeters, centimeters, meters inches and so on. Under angle we can choose between degrees and radians. Up above here we have selection filters that allow the selection of faces, edges, vertices and holes, let’s try the edge filter that’s the one second to left.
Now I’m going to select an edge in my graphic area, edge one appears under the selected items list and under results we see a length dimension of twenty-one millimeters if I select the edge again it becomes deselected.
Let’s unselect the edge filter and now click on the whole filter. I’m going to select this hole and this hole we are showing the distance between the two holes as twenty-eight millimeters. We also see in the results window that the items are parallel and we are giving the delta values for the x, y, and z coordinates.
Let’s go to file now and select save as, when we save an eDrawings document we have a check box here enable measure check here to enable measure. Let’s cancel out the save as window if the measure tool is disabled we’re going to see the icon down at the bottom of the screen with a cross through it.
And this concludes our lesson about using the measure tool in eDrawings.