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INTRODUCTION TO AUTOCAD

Starting AutoCAD
AutoCAD Screen Components
Drawing Area
Command Window
Navigation bar
Status bar
Invoking Commands in AutoCAD
Keyboard
Ribbon
Application Menu
Tool Palettes
Menu Bar
Toolbar
Shortcut Menu
AutoCAD Dialog Boxes
Starting a New Drawing
Open a Drawing
Use a Template
Use a Wizard
Saving Your Work
Save Drawing as Dialog box
Using the Drawing Recovery Manager to Recover Files
Closing a Drawing
Opening an Existing Drawing
Opening an Existing Drawing Using the Select File Dialog Box
Opening an Existing Drawing Using the Start up Dialog Box
Opening an Existing Drawing Using the Drag and Drop Method
Quitting AutoCAD
Creating and Managing Workspaces
Creating a New Workspace
Modifying the Workspace Settings
Autodesk Exchange
Home

GETTING STARTED WITH AUTOCAD

Dynamic Input Mode
Enable Dimension Input where possible
Show command prompting and command input near the crosshairs
Drafting Tooltip Appearance
Drawing Lines in AutoCAD
The Close Option
The Undo Option
Invoking tools Using Dynamic INPUT/Command Prompt
Coordinate Systems
Absolute Coordinate System
Relative Coordinate System
Relative Polar Coordinates
Direct Distance Entry
Erasing Objects
Cancelling and Undoing a Command
Object Selection Methods
Window Selection
Window Crossing Method
Drawing a Circle
BASIC Display Commands
Setting Units Type and Precision
Specifying the Format
Specifying the Angle Format
SETTING the Limits OF A DRAWING

STARTING WITH ADVANCED SKETCHING

Drawing Arcs
Drawing Rectangles
Drawing Ellipses
Drawing Regular Polygon
Drawing Polylines
Placing Points
Drawing Infinite Lines
Writing a Single Line Text

WORKING WITH DRAWING AIDS

Introduction
Understanding the Concept and use of LAYERS
Advantages of Using Layers
Working with Layers
Creating New Layers
Making a Layer Current
Controlling the Display of Layers
Deleting Layers
Object Properties
Changing the Colour
Changing the Line type
Changing the Line weight
Changing the Plot Style
Properties Palette
Quick Properties Palette
Drafting Settings dialog box
Setting Grid
Setting Snap
Snap Type
Drawing Straight Lines using the Ortho Mode
Working with Object Snaps
Auto Snap
Endpoint
Midpoint
Nearest
Centre
Tangent
Quadrant
Intersection
Apparent Intersection
Perpendicular
Node
Insertion
Snap to None
Parallel
Extension
From
Midpoint between 2 Points
Temporary Tracking Point
Combining Object Snap Modes
Running Object Snap Mode
Overriding the Running Snap
Cycling through Snaps
Using Auto Tracking
Object Snap Tracking
Polar Tracking
Auto Track Settings
Function and Control Keys

EDITING SKETCHED OBJECTS-I

Editing Sketches
Moving the Sketched Objects
Copying the Sketched Objects
Creating Multiple Copies
Creating a Single Copy
Offsetting Sketched Objects
Rotating Sketched Objects
Scaling the Sketched Objects
Filleting the Sketches
Chamfering the Sketches
Trimming the Sketched Objects
Extending the Sketched Objects
Stretching the Sketched Objects
Lengthening the Sketched Objects
Arraying the Sketched Objects
Rectangular Array
Polar Array
Path Array
Mirroring the Sketched objects
Text Mirroring

EDITING SKETCHED OBJECTS-II

Introduction to Grips
Types of Grips
Editing a Polyline by Using Grips
Editing Gripped Objects
Changing the Properties Using the PROPERTIES Pale
Matching the Properties of Sketched Objects
Cycling Through Selection
Managing Contents Using the Design enter
Autodesk Seek design content Link
Displaying Drawing Properties
Basic Display Options
Redrawing the Screen
Regenerating Drawings
Zooming Drawings
Real-time Zooming
All Option
Centre Option
Extents Option
Dynamic Option
Previous Option
Window Option
Scale Option
Object Option
Zoom In and Out
Panning Drawings
Panning in Real time

CREATING TEXT AND TABLES

Annotative Objects
Annotation Scale
Assigning Annotative Property and Annotation Scales
Customizing Annotation Scale
Multiple Annotation Scales
Assigning Multiple Annotation Scales Manually
Assigning Multiple Annotation Scales Automatically
Controlling the Display of Annotative objects
Creating Text
Writing Single Line Text
Entering Special Characters
Creating Multiline Text
Text Window
Text Editor Tab
Editing Text
Editing Text Using the DDEDIT Command
Editing Text Using the Properties Palette
Modifying the Scale of the Text
Inserting Table in the Drawing
Table style Area
Insert options Area
Insertion behavior Area
Column and row settings Area
Set cell styles Area
Creating a New Table Style
Starting table Area
General Area
Cell styles Area
Setting a Table Style as Current
Modifying a Table Style
Modifying Tables
Substituting Fonts
Specifying an Alternate Default Font
Creating Text Styles
Determining Text Height
Creating Annotative text

BASIC DIMENSIONING, GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING, AND TOLERANCING

Need for Dimensioning
Dimensioning in AutoCAD
Fundamental Dimensioning Terms
Dimension Line
Dimension Text
Arrowheads
Extension Lines
Leader
Centre Mark and Centerlines
Alternate Units
Limits
Associative Dimensions
Definition Points
Annotative Dimensions
Selecting Dimensioning Commands
Using the Ribbon and the Toolbar
Using the Command Line
Dimensioning a Number of Objects Together
Creating Linear Dimensions
DIMLINEAR Command Options
Creating Aligned Dimensions
Creating Arc Length Dimensions
Creating Rotated Dimensions
Creating Baseline Dimensions
Creating Continued Dimensions
Creating Angular Dimensions
Dimensioning the Angle between Two Nonparallel Lines
Dimensioning the Angle of an Arc
Angular Dimensioning of Circles
Angular Dimensioning based on Three Points
Creating Diameter Dimensions
Creating Radius Dimensions
Creating Jogged Linear Dimensions
Creating Ordinate Dimensions
Maintaining Equal Spacing between Dimensions
Creating Inspection Dimensions
Inspection Label
Dimension Value
Working with True Associative Dimensions
Inspection Rate
Removing the Dimension Associatively
Converting a Dimension into a True Associative Dimension
Drawing Leaders
Multileader
Adding leaders to existing Multileader
Removing Leaders from Existing Multileader
Aligning Multileaders
Specify Spacing
Use current spacing
Geometric Characteristics and Symbols
Feature Control Frame
Geometric Characteristics Symbol
Material Condition Modifier
Datum
Complex Feature Control Frames
Composite Position Tolerance
Projected Tolerance Zone
Creating Annotative Dimensions, Tolerances, Leaders, and Multileaders

EDITING DIMENSIONS

Editing Dimensions Using Editing Tools
Editing Dimensions by Stretching
Editing Dimensions by Trimming and Extending
Flipping Dimension Arrow
Modifying the Dimensions
Editing the Dimension Text
Updating Dimensions
Editing Dimensions with Grips
Editing Dimensions using the Properties Palette
Properties Palette (Dimension)
Properties Palette (Multileader)
Model Space and Paper Space Dimensioning

CHAPTER 10: DIMENSION STYLES, MULTILEADER STYLES, AND SYSTEM VARIABLES

Using Styles and Variables to Control Dimensions
Creating and Restoring Dimension Styles
New Dimension Style dialog box
Controlling the Dimension Text Format
Fitting Dimension Text and Arrowheads
Formatting Primary Dimension Units
Formatting Alternate Dimension Units
Formatting the Tolerances
Creating and Restoring Multileader Styles
Modify Multileader Style dialog box

MODEL SPACE VIEWPORTS, PAPER SPACE VIEWPORTS, AND LAYOUTS

Model Space and Paper Space/Layouts
Model Space Viewports (Tiled Viewports)
Creating Tiled Viewports
Making a Viewport Current
Joining Two Adjacent Viewports
Paper space viewports (Floating Viewports)
Creating Floating Viewports
Creating Rectangular Viewports
Creating Polygonal Viewports
Converting an Existing Closed Object into a Viewport
Temporary Model Space
Editing Viewports
Controlling the Display of Objects in Viewports
Locking the Display of Objects in Viewports
Controlling the Display of Hidden Lines in Viewports
Clipping Existing Viewports
Maximizing Viewports
Inserting Layouts
Inserting a Layout Using the Wizard
Defining Page Settings
Controlling the Display of Annotative Objects in Viewports

PLOTTING DRAWINGS

Plotting Drawings in AutoCAD
Plotting Drawings Using the Plot Dialog Box
Page setup Area
Printer/plotter Area
Paper size Area
Number of copies Area
Plot area
Plot offset (origin set to printable area) Area
Plot scale Area
Plot style table (pen assignments) Area
Shaded viewport options Area
Plot options Area
Preview
Adding Plotters
The Plotter Manager Tool
Using Plot Styles
Adding a Plot Style

HATCHING DRAWINGS

Hatching
Hatch Patterns
Hatch Boundary
Hatching Drawings Using the Hatch Tool
Panels in the Hatch Creation Tab
Boundaries Panel
Pattern Panel
Properties Panel
Origin Panel
Options Panel
Match Properties
Setting the Parameters for Gradient Pattern
Creating Annotative Hatch
Hatching the Drawing Using the Tool Palettes
Drag and Drop Method
Select and Place Method
Hatching Around Text, Dimensions, and Attributes

WORKING WITH BLOCKS

The Concept of Blocks
Advantages of Using Blocks
Drawing Objects for Blocks
Converting Entities into a Block
Inserting Blocks
Creating and Inserting Annotative Blocks
Block Editor
Adding Blocks in Tool Palettes
Drag and Drop Method
Modifying Existing Blocks in the Tool Palettes
Layers, Colors, Line types, and Line weights for Blocks
Nesting of Blocks
Creating Drawing Files using the Write Block Dialog Box
Exploding Blocks Using the XPLODE Command
Renaming Blocks
Deleting Unused Blocks
Editing Constraints to Blocks

3D FOUNDATIONS

Why Use 3D
Introduction to the 3D Modeling Workspace
Basic 3D Viewing Tools
3D Navigation Tools
Introduction to the User Coordinate System

SIMPLE SOLIDS

Working with Solid Primitives
Solid Primitive Types
Working with Composite Solids
Working with Mesh Models

WORKING WITH THEUR USER COORDINATE SYSTEM

UCS Basics
UCS X, Y, and Z Commands
UCS Multifunctional Grips
Saving a UCS by Name

CREATING SOLIDS & SURFACES FROM 2D OBJECTS

Complex 3D Geometry
Extruded Solids and Surfaces
Swept Solids and Surfaces
Revolved Solids and Surfaces
Lofted Solids and Surfaces
NURBS Surfaces

MODIFYING IN 3D SPACE

3D Gizmo Tools
Aligning Objects in 3D Space
3D Modify Commands

20: ADVANCED SOLID EDITING

Editing Components of Solids
Editing Faces of Solids
Fillets and Chamfers on Solids

ADDITIONAL EDITING TOOLS

Creating a Shell
Imprinting Edges of Solids
Slicing a Solid along a Plane
Interference Checking
Converting Objects to Surfaces
Converting Objects to Solids

REFINING THE VIEW

Working with Sections
Working with Cameras
Managing Views in 3
Animating with Show Motion
Creating Show Motion Shots
Creating Animations

VISUALISATION

Creating Visual Styles
Working with Materials
Specifying Light Sources
Rendering Concepts

WORKING DRAWING WITH 3D MODELS

Creating Multiple Viewports
2D Views from 3D Solids
Creating Technical Drawings
3D Model Import
Automatic Model Documentation

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