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Overview:

AutoCAD’s primary goal in 3D is to concentrate on one of CAD’s most interesting aspects–making 3D models. This course is designed to meet the needs of a new generation of architects, mechanical engineers and other experts in architecture who need to build 3D models. The course starts with wire frame prototype development and progresses into complicated concrete design production in later modules. You’ll even know how to plan the 3D model’s functioning sketches.

Course Duration

3 months 30-36 Classes

Course Fee

3 months 30-36 Classes

Key Features:

  • Will be Confident to Work with AutoCAD
  • Will be Confident to Create House Plans
  • Create layouts, and create and manipulate viewports on the layouts.
  • Enhance the drawing’s visual appearance with hatch patterns and gradient fills.
  • Make and edit their own AutoCAD drawings, plans, and Layouts
  • Use basic as well as advanced tools of AutoCAD comfortably
  • Make professional quality engineering drawings

Contents of Training:

  • Why use 3D?
  • Types of Three-Dimensional Models
  • Advantages of Drawing in Three Dimensions
  • Viewing a 3D Model
  • Rotating the View
  • Additional Shading Modes
  • Adding Thickness to 2D Objects
  • Setting the Elevation
  • Displaying More Than One View of a Model
  • What are 3D Coordinate Systems?
  • 3D Object Snaps
  • Point Filters
  • The User Coordinate System
  • The UCS View Option
  • UCS 3point
  • Working with Multiple UCSs
  • What are the surfaces?
  • Creating 3D Faces
  • Creating Complex Surfaces
  • Tabulated Surfaces
  • Ruled Surfaces
  • Surfaces of Revolution
  • Edge Defined Surface Patches
  • What is solid modeling?
  • Wire frame Models
  • Surface Models
  • Solid Models
  • Solid Modeling Definitions and Concepts
  • Creating Solid Models from Two Dimensional Shapes
  • Extruding 2D Geometry
  • Creating Solid Models with Solid Primitives
  • Revolved Solids
  • Controlling the Appearance of Solids
  • What is a composite solid model?
  • Adding Solid Objects
  • Subtracting Solid Objects
  • Intersecting Solid Objects
  • Why edit solid models?
  • Filleting Solid Models
  • Chamfering Solids
  • Generating Mass Property Reports
  • Slicing a Solid along a Plane
  • Cross-Sectional Views
  • Moving Faces
  • Tapering Faces
  • Deleting Faces and Creating a Shell
  • Advanced Solid Editing Options
  • The coordinate system – the key to advanced 3D drawing.
  • Advanced UCS Concepts
  • Rotating the UCS
  • Saving and Restoring a UCS
  • Named Views in 3D
  • Working with the Layout Feature and Layout Tabs.
  • Layouts: A New Look for Plotting
  • Changing from Model Mode to Layout Mode
  • Creating a New Layout
  • Specifying Page Setup
  • Specifying a Plot Device
  • Layout Settings
  • Working with the Viewports dialog box
  • Scaling Viewports
  • Copying an Existing Layout
  • Non-rectangular Viewports
  • Floating Viewports Setup
  • Creating 2D Views from a Solid Model
  • Creating Profiles from Solids
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