Drawing 3-Point Circle In AutoCAD(Illustrated Expression)

In this article of Mechanical Base, we will show you how to create circles by selecting three points from the drawing scheme in Autocad. It is very useful circle drawing command in Autocad that you can create circles by selecting three points from drawing. Without this command, this kind of thing in Autocad is very hard to do.

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How To Draw 3-Point Circle In AutoCAD?

Click on the 3-Point command.

To draw a circle by selecting 3 points from the drawing scheme of Autocad, you need to click on the pop-up menu as shown by green arrow above then click on the 3-Point circle command in Autocad.

Specify the first point.

After entering to the 3-Point command in Autocad, we need to specify the first point as shown above.

Select the second point 3-Point circle command.

After selecting the first point, as shown by green box above, we need to select the second point by entering a length value as shown by green arrow above then pushing on “Tab” button, specifying a angle value as shown by green box in 3-Point command.

Or directly clicking on somewhere on the screen to specify the second point in Autocad.

Select the third point of 3-Point circle command.

After selecting the second point as shown by red box above in 3-Point command, we need to specify the third point like the second point by entering a length value and angle value as stated above as shown by green arrow above in Autocad.

Or directly specifying the third point as shown by red arrow above with 3-Point command.

Selecting 3-Point by clicking on feature points in 3-Point circle command.

Also we can obtain circles as shown above by using 3-Point circle command in Autocad. We selected the three point as shown by green arrows above to create a circle that touches to these three endpoints of lines. Without 3-Point circle command, it is very hard to do in Autocad.

This is very simple like that to obtain 3-Point circles in Autocad.

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