Monday, May 21, 2018

Introduction to AutoCAD 2011 2D and 3D Design By Alf Yarwood

Introduction to AutoCAD 2011 2D and 3D Design By Alf Yarwood
Chapter 1 Introducing AutoCAD 2011
Chapter 2 Introducing drawing
Chapter 3 Draw tools, Object Snap and Dynamic Input
Chapter 4 Zoom, Pan and templates
Chapter 5 The Modify tools 
Chapter 6 Dimensions and Text
Chapter 7 Orthographic and isometric
Chapter 8 Hatching 
Chapter 9 Blocks and Inserts 
Chapter 10 Other types of file format
Chapter 11 Sheet sets 
Chapter 12 Introducing 3D modeling
Chapter 13 3D models in viewports 
Chapter 14 The modification of 3D models
Chapter 15 Rendering 
Chapter 16 Building drawing
Chapter 17 Three-dimensional space
Chapter 18 Editing 3D solid models
Chapter 19 Other features of 3D modeling
Chapter 20 Internet tools and Help
Chapter 21 Design and AutoCAD 2011
The purpose of writing this book is to produce a text suitable for students in Further and/or Higher Education who are required to learn how to use the computer-aided design (CAD) software package AutoCAD® 2011. Students taking examinations based on CAD will find the contents of the book of great assistance. The book is also suitable for those in industry wishing to learn how to construct technical drawings with the aid of AutoCAD 2011 and those who, having used previous releases of AutoCAD, wish to update their skills to AutoCAD 2011.


1 comment:

  1. If you are a serious beginner to planning a career in 3D industry, the best one in for you is 3D Max. cours 3ds max montreal But creating object according to our satisfaction is not possible in all time because of time constrains and laziness.



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