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## How do you scale an object in Civil 3D?

To Scale a 3D Object

- Click Home tab Modify 3D Scale. Find.
- Select the objects and subobjects you want to scale using the following methods: …
- When you have selected all objects, press Enter. …
- Do one of the following: …
- To resize the selection, drag and release, or enter a scale factor while holding the mouse button.

## How do you use the Scale command in Civil 3D?

How to scale down in AutoCAD – Window select the object(s) in AutoCAD, type SCALE, and then specify a number between 0 and 1. Hit Enter. The size of the object(s) will SCALE DOWN by that factor.

## How do you scale?

To scale an object to a larger size, you simply multiply each dimension by the required scale factor. For example, if you would like to apply a scale factor of 1:6 and the length of the item is 5 cm, you simply multiply 5 × 6 = 30 cm to get the new dimension.

## How do you scale a plot in AutoCAD?

Scale a Drawing to Fit the Page

- Click Output tab Plot panel Plot. Find.
- In the Plot dialog box, under Plot Scale, select the Fit to Paper option. The resulting scale is automatically calculated. The ratio of plotted units to drawing units in the custom scale boxes is displayed.
- Click OK to plot the drawing.

## How do you use the scale command?

Press Ctrl + A on your keyboard to select all elements in the drawing. Type ‘scale’ in to the command bar and press enter. AutoCAD will ask ‘SCALE Specify base point:’, type ‘0,0’ (without the quotes) and press enter. to view the data.

## How do you scale an object?

Hold both the Shift ⇧ and Option ⌥ keys while resizing to scale the object proportionally from the center of its bounding box. Tip: Use the S keyboard shortcut to quickly select the Scale tool. Objects can be scaled numerically using the Tool Options bar.

## How do you scale a drawing?

To scale a drawing by hand, start by measuring the width and height of the object you’ll be scaling. Next, choose a ratio to resize your drawing, such as 2 to 1 to double the image in size. Then, multiply your measurements by the first number in your ratio to increase the size.

## How do you make a scale?

Creating a Scale Map

- Find a map of an area you want to use.
- Find both the actual and measured distances of two points on your map.
- Divide the actual distance by the measured distance on the map for your scale.
- Place your scale numbers on the map.

## How do you find the scale?

The scale factor is commonly expressed as 1:n or 1/n, where n is the factor. For example, if the scale factor is 1:8 and the real measurement is 32, divide 32 ÷ 8 = 4 to convert. To convert a scaled measurement up to the actual measurement, simply multiply the smaller measurement by the scale factor.

## How do you scale a survey in AutoCAD?

With a calculator, divide the intended length by the measured length. Enter the SCALE (Command). Select a base point, such as 0,0,0. Enter the obtained scale factor to adjust all objects in the drawing model to their correct size.

## How do you scale and reference an object in AutoCAD?

To do that: Select all objects in the drawing. Using Reference, select two points.

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Here’s how to scale objects with a reference in AutoCAD 2016:

- Select the Scale command.
- Select the desired object.
- Specify the current distance.
- Specify the new intended size.

## How do you scale a linetype in AutoCAD?

Use LTSCALE to change the scale factor of all linetypes for all geometry in a drawing. Changing the linetype scale factor causes a ‘REGEN’ so you can see the result of your changes straight away. If you only draw and plot from Model space, you can use LTSCALE to scale all your line types to suit your plot scale.