The Hatch command creates a pattern of lines to fill a selected bounding curves.
|●||The input curves can be in model space or layout space or a combination of these.|
|●||Control points can turned on for hatches so that the shape of the hatch can be adjusted.|
|1.||Select closed planar curves.|
|2.||Specify the pattern, scale, and rotation.|
Click inside a closed boundary to hatch that area.
Determines whether selected regions combine to create a single hatch or separate hatches.
Saves the set base point for subsequent hatches.
Allows re-selecting the regions to keep.
|●||If the curves are all on the same plane, the hatch always is drawn on the plane of the curves.|
|●||If the curves are not planar, the hatch is drawn on the construction plane.|
|●||Hatch patterns that are loaded in a model are saved with the model. Hatch patterns can also be included in template files or loaded from an AutoCAD .pat file.|
|●||Use Hatch properties to change an existing hatch pattern, rotation, or scale.|
|●||Remove unwanted hatch patterns from the file with the Purge command.|
To use hatch patterns defined in another Rhino model
Import a model that contains the hatch pattern definitions (this can be a blank model).
Define hatch patterns in the template files.
Copy an object with the hatch pattern and paste it into your current model.
In Hatch Document Properties, clickto load hatch patterns from a Rhino file or a .pat file.
Manages object properties for the selected hatches.
Sets the rotation angle.
Sets the size for the hatch pattern.
Changes the hatch properties to match a different hatch.
Set a starting point for the hatch pattern.
Displays the hatch pattern name.
Displays a visual example of the hatch pattern.
The HatchScale command scales hatch patterns in model and layout space.
Specify the hatch scale value.
Hatch patterns viewed in model space are scaled by the HatchScale value.
When disabled, hatch patterns are not scaled.
Toggles between Enabled and Disabled states.
Use drafting tools
Hatch document properties
Manage the hatch settings for the current model.
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