We often get into a situation when we need to draw a certain object in our drawing that we have previously made in some other projects. For example, for pressure vessel designers, they have to work with different size and types of nozzles. Nozzles made in previous projects come in handy for future reference too. So, rather than drawing the same things again and again for different projects, we can save those objects and store it in the AUTOCAD library for future reference. But the question is how? The answer to this question is by “creating a block”.
Block is a collection of geometric shapes that can act as a single object and can be used in a drawing repetitively. Some of its advantages are written below:
Creating a block