TH command in AutoCAD – Thickness command – Fix the thickness of the object
The way to call Th command in AutoCAD.
|Scroll down menu||Screen menu||Type command|
|Format » Thickness||Format » Thickness||Thickness|
Thickness command is to assign 3D thickness for object. The thickness is a property of objects that makes 3D appears.
3D thickness of object is the distance that the object is dragged or made the thickness up or down in comparison with its position in space. The value of thickness is plus when you drag along to the plus direction of Z axis; the value of thickness is minus when you drag along to the minus direction of Z axis; when the value of thickness is 0, it means there is no 3D thickness of object. The direction of Z axis is defined by the direction of UCS at the time the object is created. The object with thickness which is different to 0 can be shaded and hide other objects behind it.
The following objects can change the thickness:
2D solids, Arcs, Circles, Lines, Polylines, (including spline-fit polylines, rectangles, polygons, boundaries and donuts), Text (it is text object “single-line text” is created when you use SHX font), Traces, Points
You can change the default thickness for new objects that you created by setting up THICKNESS system variable.
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