We call "composite objects" those objects that we can draw in Autocad but that are more complex than the simple objects reviewed in the sections of the previous chapter. In fact, these are objects that, in some cases, can be defined as a combination of simple objects, since their geometry is a combination of the geometry elements of those objects. In other cases, such as splines, they are objects with their own parameters. Anyway, the types of objects that we review here (polylines, splines, propellers, washers, clouds, regions and covers), break practically any limitation for the creation of forms that simple objects have.

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