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Introduction to AutoCAD

Basic Drawing Commands

Basic Editing Commands

REFERENCE ELEMENTS AND SKETCH-BASED FEATURES

Fastening Operation Commands

Introduction to 3D Modeling

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Introduction to AutoCAD

• AutoCAD Interface • Co-Ordinate System

Basic Drawing Commands

• Drafting Settings • Selection Methods

Basic Editing Commands

• Erase, Copy, Mirror, Offset, Move, Rotate, Scale, Stretch, Trim, Extend, Break, Break at Point, Join, Fillet, Chamfer

REFERENCE ELEMENTS AND SKETCH-BASED FEATURES

• Importance of Sketching Planes • Reference Elements • Other Sketch-Based Features

Fastening Operation Commands

• Array, Lengthen, Solid, Fill, Donut, Multiline, Polyline Edit • Isometric View • Units • Drawing Limits • Layer & Object Properties • Creating & Editing Text • Creating & Editing Dimensions • Working With Blocks • Types of Table • Different Types of Style ( Text, Dimension, Table, Multi Leader, Multiline, Point, Plot) • Properties • Hatching • Attribute • Design Centre • Inquiry Tools • Quick Calculator & Calculator • External Reference • Group • Filter • Hyperlink • OLE Object • Working With Layouts • Steering Wheels • Action Recorder • Multiple Views & Viewports • Plotting a Drawing

Introduction to 3D Modeling

• Types of 3D Model • Visual Style • Creating Solid Primitives • Models from 2D Profiles • Extrude, Sweep, Revolve, Loft • Boolean Operation • Creating Composite Solid • Working with UCS • Solid editing • Materials • Changing the 3D Model Position • Introduction to Surface Modelling • Creating Surface Primitives • Project

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Our course begins with the first step for generating great user experiences: understanding what people do, think, say, and feel. In this module, you’ll learn how to keep an open mind while learning.

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