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Creating Scaled Borders for LibreCAD

The Base drawing – scaled to create the others.

I have created scaled borders for North American letter size paper and am making them available for download. The problem with scaling drawings is it is relatively easy to scale the borders, but the hassle comes with scaling the dimension text and arrows. By creating

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LibreCAD Manuals and Some Good LibreCAD Links

A long time viewer of my LibreCAD videos and one of the first people to subscribe to this site sent me an e-mail this weekend informing me of two manuals available for LibreCAD. In addition I am providing some links to some good sites that contain forums about LibreCAD.

The links to the manuals are

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LibreCAD – Hatching Revisited – Hatching Floor Plans

A Section of Hatch Revisited Drawing

I received an e-mail request for help concerning CAD. The easiest way to answer what I think is giving him problems was to create a drawing showing the “work-around” for the difficulty. Since I have one person having problems I decided I must not have been clear in

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LIbreCAD – Testing Line Widths & Line Types

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I use LibreCAD quite a bit to produce drawings for this blog. I do not use it very often to print out drawings and I got curious about a few things.For example: Does the line with change when a drawing is plotted at a different plot scales? Does the spacing within a line

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Experimenting and working around problems in LibreCAD

It has been a little while since I have posted anything and especially a long time since I posted anything about CAD. I helped a viewer with some CAD problems and decided it might be helpful to others. This new video was posted tonight.

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How I create all these graphs…. part 3 of 3

The current through the Parallel LC circuit for several resistance loads.

I posted the third of the videos tonight on how I create the graphs I use on this web site. Part 1 is the actual graphing software. Part 2 showed some additional Veusz features and how CSV files work and some “gotcha’s” about

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How I create all these graphs…. part 2 of 3

The Current Phase shift Plot for various size resistance loads.

I posted the second of videos tonight on how I create the graphs I use on this web site. Part 1 is the actual graphing software and was posted last night . Part 2 shows some additional Veusz features and how CSV files work

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How I create all these graphs…. part 1 of 3

Voltage across the Capacitor and Inductor in the Series circuit.

I posted a video tonight on how I create the graphs I use on this web site. Part 1 is the actual graphing software. Part 2 is “in the can” and will be posted on youtube soon and shows the second part of the

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Complex Number Math – Sinusoidal Analysis… the much easier way.

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If you have followed the last couple of posts about phasors,”Vectoring in on a Solution – Phasors” & “Complex Number Math – Sinusoidal Analysis“, you are probably in agreement that sinusoidal analysis it can produce some very nice detailed results. Hopefully you are also in agreement that the

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Making our Electronic Masterpiece

The Final Thermistor Circuit.

The hard part of our electronic design is over… Well sort of. We are just moving into a new phase of it, but at least we will not be talking theory. Finally we are actually going to mount parts to something and start thinking about how we will get it

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