Materialattach command in AutoCAD – Apply materials for objects and faces

Materialattach command in AutoCAD – Apply materials for objects and faces

You can apply materials for separate faces and objects or for the objects on a layer. To attach materials for an object or a face (triangle or quadrangle), you can drag materials from tool palette to the object. The material is added to the drawing and it is also displayed when you have a view in the window Materials.

When you create or edit materials in the window Material, you can:

  • Drag material sample directly to the objects in your drawing.
  • Drag material sample to active tool palette to create a material tool
  • Apply materials for objects according to layers (Materialattach command). Materials are applied for all objects on layer that its material characteristic is set up following to BYLAYER
  • (default)
  • Attach materials for object by clicking key Apply Materials to object at the material board Materials.

– Apply materials for object from tool palette

  1. Start the command: Tools Palettes Tool Palettes

If the window Tool Palettes does not display materials, you press the symbol on Materials board on dashboard.

Materialattach command in AutoCAD – Apply materials for objects and faces

2. Choose tab tool board to activate it.

3. Press to choose material sample from tool palette then drag material to object.

– Apply materials for object from Materials window

4. Start the command: Tools Palettes Materials.
5. In Materials window, select material you want to apply.
6. Choose key Apply Material to Objects
7. Select objects: Using the brush pointer to select the object to apply materials.

  • Remove materials out of object

8. Start the command: Tools Palettes Materials
9. In Materials window, choose key Remove Materials from Selected Objects, the brush pointer will appear.

10. Select objects: Using the brush pointer to select the object to remove materials.

Good luck!

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