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In this 5-day AutoCAD course, students with little to no prior knowledge of CAD will learn the foundational skills needed to feel comfortable creating basic 2D drawings. This comprehensive AutoCAD course covers then essential topics and tools needed to establish the building blocks of 2D illustration. Students will not only learn to create illustrations but also learn how to edit, print, hatch, and add dimensions to their drawings.
This 3-day AutoCAD course is structured for students with a working knowledge of AutoCAD software (a minimum of 80 hours is recommended) and is designed to show users familiar with 2D designs how to add an extra dimension to their AutoCAD toolbelt. Some of the topics covered include 3D viewing techniques, working with solids, creating solids and surfaces, working with point clouds, and much more. The lessons are created to showcase the main features of advanced 3D modeling with AutoCAD.
This 2-day AutoCAD course is intended for students with a working knowledge of AutoCAD software and a Windows operating system. The course is designed to advance students skills and comfort level working with AutoCAD and cover some advanced techniques. Some of the topics covered include adding parametric constraints to objects, creating global and local blocks, setting up templates, and attaching external references.
This 3-day AutoCAD course is intended for students who have completed both levels 1 and 2 and who are ready to tackle some advanced AutoCAD techniques. This course will help students identify the ideal tool for the task at hand and will help students become proficient in AutoCAD. Some of the covered topics include advanced text objects, working with tables, dynamic blocks, publishing files for review, managing layers, using macros, and more.
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AutoCAD is a computer-aided design software used to create scale blueprints, schematics, and models. It’s used by engineers, interior designers, manufacturers, and architects. AutoCAD offers intelligent objects for creating common plans, such as electrical and plumbing design plans.
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