Working with Dynamic Blocks

You can insert Dynamic Blocks and use them in drawings (although you cannot create them with the software). For example, you can use Dynamic Blocks in custom drawings and Block libraries.

Dynamic Block features and constraints let you:
  • Manipulate a subset of entities in a Block (move, stretch, rotate, scale, array, and mirror).
  • Modify Block references within specific constraints.
  • Maintain relationships between Block entities when modifying them.
  • Select between variants in a Block.
  • Show or hide components in a Block reference.
  • Specify forms and sizes from predefined specify and values.
  • Restrict entity dimensions to specific values and increments (value sets).
  • Cycle through a set of base points when inserting Dynamic Blocks.
Use the ResetBlock command to reset Dynamic Block references to default values of the Block definitions.