Category Archives: Layer Control

To give Layer tutorials and control layer in the AutoCAD drawing.

AutoCAD Layer – Create new Layer, Delete Layer, Assign Layer, Attribute Layer

By | October 8, 2017

1. How to create a new layer in AutoCAD? Step 1: Type LA > Enter or Click Home tab > Layers panel > Layer Properties. AutoCAD will display LAYER PROPERTIES MANAGER (LPM) Step 2: Alt + N or click the New Layer button Now a layer name, such as LAYER1, is automatically added to the layer list. 2.… Read More »

Download AutoCAD Layer free

By | August 25, 2017

In this posts, I will share to everyone Layer templates. You also download them on some network. I only collect and share to everyone. I hope that everyone will like them. If you like it, please SUBSCRIBE, LIKE and COMMENT below. >Download AutoCAD Layer template -1

How to create a defpoint layer in AutoCAD

By | May 21, 2014

Defpoints layer is very important for draftsman. You should remember that. When you make a new AutoCAD file, you do not see defpoints layer. You don’t worry that, I will help you to resolve this matter. How to create a defpoints layers in AutoCAD? 1. You can create new layer and change this layer’s name into DEFPOINTS 2.… Read More »

How to use layoff and layiso command in layout viewport

By | May 13, 2014

In the model space, when you use layoff and layiso to turn on or off layer in AutoCAD drawing. And you can show back these layers with layon command. However, if you use this command in currently layout viewport, you don’t show temporarily layers turned. All this layers is frozen. So how to use layoff and layiso command… Read More »

How to control layer visibility in AutoCAD

By | May 6, 2014

Controlling layer’s visibility in AutoCAD is very important. It will help you to draw quickly and manage a good your drawing. In the tutorial lesson, you will introduce some AutoCAD’s feature to turn on/off and lock some layer in your drawing. LAYISO – This command will help you to show layers necessarily. You can do as following: Type… Read More »