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- Guide for printing drawings
- Fonts in GardenCAD
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- GardenCAD in USA
- Design for a space 27 ft square
- Design for space 36 ft by 48 ft
- Design for space 60 feet by 50 feet
- Design for space 85 feet deep by 65 feet wide
- Design with curved wall
- Download Templates
- Environmental monitoring 230 feet by 150 feet
- Feet & inches converter
- North Indicator
- RMO Symbol Set
- USA linetypes
- Learn CAD
- Working with dwg
Printing - feet and inches
There are two basic methods of printing a GardenCAD drawing: a simple methods straight from the 'Model' - model space or a more complex method from a 'Pages 'layout.
It is a good idea to preview how a site layout (mud map) drawing might look on the standard sheets in your printer. In the US, a printer attached to a personal computer might take sheets 8.5 inches by 11 inches in size. The drawing shown below is of a large site, some 300 feet by 250 feet. The movie links below show how to preview a print. Comment is also made about using triangulation to accurately locate points in the garden.
This movie show how printing a mud map drawing of a site prior to locating species. Comment is also made about locating points accurately using triangulation.
Here is a link to a YouTube version of the same movie.