How to join lines in AutoCAD and make polyline?

How to join line to polyline

Know-how to join lines in AutoCAD and make polylines. How to join lines to polyline in AutoCAD.

How to join lines to polyline in AutoCAD?

Here are two conditions according to the position of line and polyline.

Check your condition and follow all steps:

Condition 1 to join lines to polyline in AutoCAD

1) Line and polyline both are located at a 0-degree angle (Straight).

2) Click on the Modify panel drop-down menu. And select the “Join” command. Or you can type “JOIN” in the command bar and press Enter.

How to join lines to polyline in AutoCAD
AutoCAD Join command

3) Then select line and polyline one by one and do right-click.

4) Both lines will be joining.

Condition 2 to join lines to polyline in AutoCAD

1) Line and polyline both are located at different angles

How to join lines to polyline in AutoCAD
Join Line & Polyline

2) First of all, select the “Fillet” command from the ‘Modify’ panel in the ‘Home’ tab. Or you can type “FILLET” in the command bar and press the Enter key.

3) Then it will show ‘select object’. Select line and polyline one by one.

4) Your line and polyline will be joint.

Read detailed Fillet command:

  • The Fillet command is useful for joint two lines, arcs, splines, or polylines by 0 angle radius (sharp corner) or by any curve or by the soft curve.
  • This command is a time-saving command.
  • The Fillet command is placed on the Modify panel in the Home tab.
  • Or we can type ‘FILLET’ in the command bar and press Enter key to invoke the Fillet command.
  • Fillet command has three methods to joint to lines or polylines. We can select another two methods of the fillet by clicking on the Fillet command’s drop-down menu.

We will see all three methods with examples one by one.

1. Fillet:

By using the fillet command we can joint two lines or polylines by a sharp corner or by any radius arc.

2. Chamfer:

This command bevels the edges of the objects.

Fillet command curves the corner of the object whereas; the chamfer command inclines the edge at a particular angle.

3. Blend Curve:

Blend curves create a tangent or smooth spline between the two open curves.

Whereas Chamfer creates beveled corners (that is, straight lines), and Fillet creates round corners (circular arc).

Thank you for reading.

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