SOLIDWORKS How-To: Autotransition & Create Geometry in CAD, Fast

Our #TechTip this week is by Training Manager John Setzer. He describes how to autotransition when working with the Line Command.

The idea is that you can draw a lot of shapes in CAD simply by using mouse movements and the “A” key where necessary. Essentially: You can create a lot of geometry without picking up your pencil. Watch for more:

Read other blogs by John, or find more videos on our YouTube Channel including more Tips and Tricks.

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John Setzer

John Setzer

John discovered his love of teaching early in life. He worked his way through college as a youth coach, umpire, and referee before earning his bachelor’s degree in Education. As Training Product Manager at GSC, he has been sharing his SOLIDWORKS wisdom with GSC customers ever since – over 20 years! As the only CSWE with a state certification in teaching, John is well-versed is teaching all types of learning styles.

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