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AutoCAD 2022 – Hatch Patterns

Learn about the different hatch patterns with examples in AutoCAD 2022.
Submitted by Akash Periyasamy, on January 15, 2022

Hatching is used to help the user understand the different cross-sections in an object easily by filling the enclosed area with a pattern, gradient, and solid fill. In engineering drawings, sections play an important role in analyzing the interior of a 3D component. During this conversion from 3D to 2D drawing, it will be arduous for the user to understand the various inner elements of the object. To ease this process, hatching is used. Hatching is also used for identifying different materials in an object.

Some of the hatch patterns available in AutoCAD 2022 is displayed below:

AutoCAD | Hatch Patterns (1)

Now, with the help of an example, let's understand some of the major methods of hatching an object. The object used for the example is shown below:

AutoCAD | Hatch Patterns (2)

Example – 1:

In this example, the circumference of the circle is hatched to identify the circles separately from the rectangle.

AutoCAD | Hatch Patterns (3)

Example – 2:

In this example, the circles are hatched to identify the circles separately from the rectangle.

AutoCAD | Hatch Patterns (4)

Apart from these primary methods, there are also many methods of hatching a surface that can be explored as per the user requirement.

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