AutoCAD 2010 Drawing Scale and Limits Charts: Millimeters

Part of the AutoCAD 2010 For Dummies Cheat Sheet

You work to scale when you design using AutoCAD 2010. And because you work to scale, the boundary of a project depends on the scale you’re using and the size of the paper you’re going to print it on. The following table shows the limits for various scales in millimeters:

Drawing Scale 210 x 297 mm 297 x 420 mm 420 x 594 mm 594 x 841 mm 841 x 1,189 mm
1:200 42,000 x 59,400 mm 59,400 x 84,000 mm 84,000 x 118,800 mm 118,800 x 168,200 mm 168,200 x 237,800 mm
1:100 21,000 x 29,700 mm 29,700 x 42,000 mm 42,000 x 59,400 mm 59,400 x 84,100 mm 84,100 x 118,900 mm
1:50 10,500 x 14,850 mm 14,850 x 21,000 mm 21,000 x 29,700 mm 29,700 x 42,050 mm 42,050 x 59,450 mm
1:20 4,200 x 5,940 mm 5,940 x 8,400 mm 8,400 x 11,880 mm 11,880 x 16,820 mm 16,820 x 23,780 mm
1:10 2,100 x 2,970 mm 2,970 x 4,200 mm 4,200 x 5,940 mm 5,940 x 8,410 mm 8,410 x 11,890 mm
1:5 1,050 x 1,485 mm 1,485 x 2,100 mm 2,100 x 2,970 mm 2,970 x 4,205 mm 4,205 x 5,945 mm
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