How to Infer Geometric Constraints in AutoCAD on a Single Object

January 26, 2021 Jeff Arbogast

Issue:

You would like to have Geometric Constraints automated on a single object. However, you do not want to Have CONSTRAINTINFER enabled which would infer Geometric Constraints (Auto-Constraints) on everything.

Causes:

This can be done using the AUTOCONSTRAIN (Command). This command will allow you to select an object(s) and infer Geometric Constraints on just the item(s) selected.

Solution:

 

How to use AUTOCONSTRAIN

  • Once in a Drawing in AutoCAD.
  • Type AUTOCONSTRAIN in the Command Line and select the <Enter> Key on your Keyboard.
  • Select the Object(s) and select the <Enter> Key on your Keyboard.

The Object(s) has now been constrained.

About the Author

Jeff Arbogast

Manufacturing Solution Center Team Lead<br><br>Jeff is responsible for manufacturing Technical Support for both internal staff and customers. In addition to the daily activities of the support center, he helps write for the National Support Center blog, and has written online classes for the IMAGINiT training on demand site.

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