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AutoCAD 2022 – Circle Command

Learn about the Circle Command in AutoCAD 2022, how to use it?
Submitted by Akash Periyasamy, on February 13, 2022

Circle is defined as a geometry constructed by joining infinite number of line segments. In AutoCAD 2022, the circle command is used to draw the circles of required dimension within the design workspace. The dimensions of the circle can be altered easily by the user and therefore, it provides a user-friendly workspace for the designer to work on his designs.

The circle command is enabled by clicking on the icon shown below present in the ribbon panel:

Circle Command (Step 1)

The various method of drawing a circle in AutoCAD 2022 are listed below:

Circle Command (Step 2)
  • Center, Radius
  • Center, Diameter
  • 2 - Point
  • 3 - Point
  • Tan, Tan, Radius
  • Tan, Tan, Tan

Let us now understand each method with the help of an example for better understanding.

1) Center, Radius

  • Enable the command by clicking on it.
    Circle Command (Step 3)
  • Specify the center point of the circle and press enter.
    Circle Command (Step 4)
  • Specify the radius value of the circle as 300mm.
    Circle Command (Step 5)
  • Now, the circle is created.
    Circle Command (Step 6)

2) Center, Diameter

  • Enable the command by clicking on it.
    Circle Command (Step 7)
  • Specify the center point of the circle and press enter.
    Circle Command (Step 8)
  • Specify the diameter value of the circle as 1000mm.
    Circle Command (Step 9)
  • Now, the circle is created.
    Circle Command (Step 10)

3) 2 - Point

  • Draw two lines of random dimension and orientation.
    Circle Command (Step 11)
  • Enable the command by clicking on it.
    Circle Command (Step 12)
  • Specify the first point of the circle.
    Circle Command (Step 13)
  • Again, Specify the second point of the circle and press enter.
    Circle Command (Step 14)
  • Now, the circle has been created.
    Circle Command (Step 15)

4) 3 - Point

  • Draw three lines of random dimension and orientation.
    Circle Command (Step 16)
  • Enable the command by clicking on it.
    Circle Command (Step 17)
  • Specify the first point of the circle.
    Circle Command (Step 18)
  • Specify the second point of the circle.
    Circle Command (Step 19)
  • Again, Specify the third point of the circle and press enter.
    Circle Command (Step 20)
  • Now, the circle has been created.
    Circle Command (Step 21)

5) Tan, Tan, Radius

  • Draw two lines as per you wish to get clear understanding.
    Circle Command (Step 22)
  • Enable the command by clicking on it.
    Circle Command (Step 23)
  • Specify the first tangent point on the first line.
    Circle Command (Step 24)
  • Specify the second tangent point on the second line.
    Circle Command (Step 25)
  • Enter the radius value as 1000mm and press enter.
    Circle Command (Step 26)
  • Now, the required circle will be drawn.
    Circle Command (Step 27)

6) Tan, Tan, Tan

  • Draw three lines as per you wish to get clear understanding.
    Circle Command (Step 28)
  • Enable the command by clicking on it.
    Circle Command (Step 29)
  • Specify the first tangent point on the first line.
    Circle Command (Step 30)
  • Specify the second tangent point on the second line.
    Circle Command (Step 31)
  • Enter the third tangent point on the third line and press enter.
    Circle Command (Step 32)
  • Now, the required circle will be drawn.
    Circle Command (Step 33)
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