LibreCAD – Circles

 

All lines are drawn with a default layer 0. For ease of drawing, grid and snap on grid are enabled.

Creates a circle by pointing center and point of the circle.

Options menu

Creates a circle by pointing center and radius.

Creates a circle by pointing two points ( ends of diameter ).

Creates a circle by pointing two points ( ends of chord ) . We can choose radius in options menu. Before approving the selection we can see the two possible circles by moving the mouse around the circle.

Options menu

Warning : Indicated chord must be longer than the diameter 🙂

Creates a circle by pointing three consecutive points.

 Creates a concentric circle to the indicated circle. We can choose distance ( difference of radiuses ) in command line. Before approving the selection we can see the two possible circles (internal / external) by moving the mouse around the circle.

Creates an inscribed circle by pointing three lines .

Creates a tangential circle to the indicated circle. We need indicate two any points of the circle. Before approving the selection we can see the all possible circles by moving the mouse around the circle.

Creates a tangential circle to the indicated two circles. We can choose radius in options menu. Before approving the selection we can see the all possible circles by moving the mouse around the circle.

Options menu

Creates a tangential circle to the indicated two circles. We need indicate one point of the circle. Before approving the selection we can see the all possible circles by moving the mouse around the circle.

Creates a tangential circle to the indicated three circles. Before approving the selection we can see the all possible circles by moving the mouse around the circle.

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