When using the “Break at Point” command in previous versions of AutoCAD, it would eventually prompt us to use “Break at Gap”. The commands have been separated, allowing for quicker breaks at specific points that don’t necessarily have gaps in-between them.
We can use this function to quickly divide a part in half at a boundary and change one side to another layer. Its efficiency and ability to break multiple points sequentially saves us time while drafting.
The improvements to the Break at Point function are simple to use and impact our workflow significantly. For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org