Manipulate wire gaps
Insert wire gaps
AutoCAD Electrical automatically inserts a gap/loop
when a new wire crosses another. Under some conditions you may need
to manually add a loop gap at the point of two crossing lines.
the arrow on the Insert Wire tool to access the Insert Wire Gap
the Insert Wire Gap tool.
the wire to remain solid.
the crossing wire to have the gap.
inserts into the second wire.
You can turn off the automatic
gap/loop feature by selecting Solid in the Wiring Style section
of the Drawing Properties
Remove wire gaps
Use the Delete Wire Gap command if a gap/loop
is no longer needed in an existing wire.
the arrow on the Insert Wire tool to access the Delete Wire Gap
the Delete Wire Gap tool.
the wire segments near the unneeded gaps.
is removed from the second wire.
Flip wire gaps
Use the Flip Gap command to flip the gap to
the other wire.
the arrow on the Insert Wire tool to access the Flip Wire Gap tool.
the Flip Wire Gap tool.
the wire that has the gap/loops to flip. You can also window the
wires containing the gaps to flip by pressing a W, then windowing
AutoCAD Electrical makes the
gapped wire solid and flips the gap/loop to the crossing wires.
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