In AutoCAD, hatching is a way to fill in areas of your drawing with a pattern that represents specific materials. Usually, it is used in sectional views. With AutoCAD, you can use solid fills to completely fill in areas, such as walls, on a floor plan. In order to hatch, you first need to load the hatch pattern from a PAT file. Now let’s see how to add a hatch in AutoCAD step by step.
That’s it. You can now add a hatch that is exactly what you want. An easy way to export hatches from a drawing to a PAT file is to select the hatch patterns in the Select Hatch Pattern dialog box, and click Export. After this, specify the name of your destination PAT file.
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