If you eventually want to print 1:1 paper output, you can use any of the following as a starting point:
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Hi Charles, and welcome to the forum! In the Draft WB while creating the rectangle it's usually easier to enter exact coordinates if you move the cursor out of the 3D view. You've discovered the Data tab, and even after a rectangle is made you can change its size from the Data tab.
I'll guess that your view isn't perpendicular to (in other words: normal to) the rectangle.
No, because I don't think the problem is the line width.
Here are two rectangles, the black one was made in the Draft WB and the white one was done in Sketcher. I used the Data tab to move the white rectangle up to Z = 10 mm so the two rectangles aren't on the same (Z = 0) Plane. I don't think you need any sort of template, instead just try doing a File > Export of one of the rectangles to whatever file format you need.
I guess it's this one?
I agree that the directions are unclear, and to me they are wrong. I edited that portion of the tutorial just now; I hope it's clearer.charles1954 wrote: ↑Sun Oct 20, 2019 1:08 amHowever the tutorial wants you to fuse these four objects into a wire. The directions in the tutorial are not real clear. It reads like you should select one arc and one line and the fuse that pair first, then select the other arc and line and fuse that pair. You continue until all four objects are fused into a single wire.
Glad you found that, I hadn't thought that anti-aliasing setting was causing the problem.