Learn AutoCAD 2D and 3D – Make Your Own Plans By Yourself

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AutoCad is a computer-aided design or computer aided drafting (CAD) program for 2-D and 3-D design and drafting. AutoCAD was one of the initial CAD programs that could be executed on personal computers.

Course Objectives

The courses explores the latest tools and techniques of the software package covering all draw commands and options, editing, dimensioning, hatching, and plotting techniques available with AutoCAD Training. Production and manufacture everything from buildings to toys to spacecraft. CAD drafters also have a working knowledge of traditional drafting methods.

Curriculum

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    Definition and History of Auto CAD
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    Introduction
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    Types of Drawing
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    Advantages of Auto CAD
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    Co-ordinate system
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    Types of Co-ordinate system
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    How to set paper size in Auto CAD
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    Use of Mouse button
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    Functional keys
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    Line
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    Circle
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    Rectangle
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    Polygon
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    Arc
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    Ellipse
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    Hatch & Gradient
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    Text
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    Point
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    Linear
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    Align
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    Radius
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    Diameter
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    Angular
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    Copy
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    Move
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    Array
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    Offset
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    Trim
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    Chamfer
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    Fillet
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    Break
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    Joint
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    Explode
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    Layer
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    Extend
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    Stretch
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    Scale
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    Introduction to 3D
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    Advantages of using 3D
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    How to enter in 3D
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    Isometric View
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    UCS setting
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    Co-ordinate system
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    Types of Co-ordinate system
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    Wedge
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    Pyramid
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    Cylinder
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    Press Pull

Details of the Course