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AutoCAD

 

AUTOCAD MECHANICAL

  • Overview: AutoCAD Mechanical design and drafting software is AutoCAD® software for manufacturing. Part of the Autodesk solution for Digital Prototyping, it includes all the functionality of AutoCAD, one of the world’s leading 2D CAD design software applications, plus comprehensive libraries of standards-based parts and tools for automating common mechanical CAD tasks and accelerating the mechanical design process. AutoCAD Mechanical design software helps save hours of design time, so you can spend time innovating rather than drafting.

CONTENT

 

The Basics

  • Exploring the AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT Interface

  • Creating Your First Drawing

  • Setting Up and Using AutoCAD’s Drafting Tools

  • Organizing Objects with Blocks and Groups

  • Keeping Track of Layers and Blocks

 

Mastering Intermediate Skills

  • Editing and Reusing Data to Work Efficiently

  • Mastering Viewing Tools, Hatches, and External References

  • Introducing Printing, Plotting, and Layouts

  • Understanding Plot Styles

  • Adding Text to Drawings

  • Using Fields and Tables

  • Using Dimensions

Mastering Advanced Skills

  • Using Attributes

  • Copying Existing Drawings into AutoCAD

  • Advanced Editing and Organizing

  • Laying Out Your Printer Output

  • Making “Smart” Drawings with Parametric Tools

  • Using Dynamic Blocks

  • Drawing Curves

  • Getting and Exchanging Data from Drawings

3D Modeling and Imaging

  • Creating 3D Drawings

  • Using Advanced 3D Features

  • Rendering 3D Drawings

  • Exploring 3D Mesh and Surface Modeling

 

Customization and Integration

  • Using the Express Tools

  • Exploring AutoLISP 913

  • Customizing Toolbars, Menus, Line types, and Hatch Patterns

  • Managing and Sharing Your Drawings

  • Keeping a Project Organized with Sheet Sets

 

 

 

AUTOCAD ELECTRICAL

  • Overview: AutoCAD® Electrical software is the AutoCAD® software for electrical controls designers. Created for electrical control systems, AutoCAD Electrical design software includes all the functionality of AutoCAD plus a complete set of electrical CAD features. Comprehensive symbol libraries and tools for automating electrical design tasks help to save hours of effort, so electrical engineers can spend more time innovating.

 

CONTENT

 

The Basics

  • Exploring the AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT Interface

  • Creating Your First Drawing

  • Setting Up and Using AutoCAD’s Drafting Tools

  • Organizing Objects with Blocks and Groups

  • Keeping Track of Layers and Blocks

Mastering Intermediate Skills

  • Editing and Reusing Data to Work Efficiently

  • Mastering Viewing Tools, Hatches, and External References

  • Introducing Printing, Plotting, and Layouts

  • Understanding Plot Styles

  • Adding Text to Drawings

  • Using Fields and Tables

  • Using Dimensions

Mastering Advanced Skills

  • Using Attributes

  • Copying Existing Drawings into AutoCAD

  • Advanced Editing and Organizing

  • Laying Out Your Printer Output

  • Making “Smart” Drawings with Parametric Tools

  • Using Dynamic Blocks

  • Drawing Curves

  • Getting and Exchanging Data from Drawings

3D Modeling and Imaging

  • Creating 3D Drawings

  • Using Advanced 3D Features

  • Rendering 3D Drawings

  • Exploring 3D Mesh and Surface Modeling

Customization and Integration

  • Using the Express Tools

  • Exploring AutoLISP 913

  • Customizing Toolbars, Menus, Line types, and Hatch Patterns

  • Managing and Sharing Your Drawings

  • Keeping a Project Organized with Sheet Sets

 

 

 

AUTOCAD CIVIL

  • Overview: AutoCAD® Civil 3D® software is a Building Information Modeling (BIM) solution for civil engineering design and documentation. Civil 3D is built for civil engineers, drafters, designers, and technicians working on transportation, land development, and water projects. Stay coordinated and explore design options, analyze project performance, and deliver more consistent, higher-quality documentation—all within a familiar AutoCAD® software environment.

CONTENT

 

The Basics

  • Exploring the AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT Interface

  • Creating Your First Drawing

  • Setting Up and Using AutoCAD’s Drafting Tools

  • Organizing Objects with Blocks and Groups

  • Keeping Track of Layers and Blocks

Mastering Intermediate Skills

  • Editing and Reusing Data to Work Efficiently

  • Mastering Viewing Tools, Hatches, and External References

  • Introducing Printing, Plotting, and Layouts

  • Understanding Plot Styles

  • Adding Text to Drawings

  • Using Fields and Tables

  • Using Dimensions

Mastering Advanced Skills

  • Using Attributes

  • Copying Existing Drawings into AutoCAD

  • Advanced Editing and Organizing

  • Laying Out Your Printer Output

  • Making “Smart” Drawings with Parametric Tools

  • Using Dynamic Blocks

  • Drawing Curves

  • Getting and Exchanging Data from Drawings

3D Modeling and Imaging

  • Creating 3D Drawings

  • Using Advanced 3D Features

  • Rendering 3D Drawings

  • Exploring 3D Mesh and Surface Modeling

Customization and Integration

  • Using the Express Tools

  • Exploring AutoLISP 913

  • Customizing Toolbars, Menus, Line types, and Hatch Patterns

  • Managing and Sharing Your Drawings

  • Keeping a Project Organized with Sheet Sets

 

 

AUTOCAD ARCHITECTURAL

  • Overview: AutoCAD® Architecture software is the version of AutoCAD® software created for architects. Architectural CAD features help you design, document, and draft more efficiently, in the familiar AutoCAD environment. Start working in AutoCAD Architecture software and experience productivity gains right away, while learning new features at your own pace.

 

CONTENT

 

The Basics

  • Exploring the AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT Interface

  • Creating Your First Drawing

  • Setting Up and Using AutoCAD’s Drafting Tools

  • Organizing Objects with Blocks and Groups

  • Keeping Track of Layers and Blocks

Mastering Intermediate Skills

  • Editing and Reusing Data to Work Efficiently

  • Mastering Viewing Tools, Hatches, and External References

  • Introducing Printing, Plotting, and Layouts

  • Understanding Plot Styles

  • Adding Text to Drawings

  • Using Fields and Tables

  • Using Dimensions

Mastering Advanced Skills

  • Using Attributes

  • Copying Existing Drawings into AutoCAD

  • Advanced Editing and Organizing

  • Laying Out Your Printer Output

  • Making “Smart” Drawings with Parametric Tools

  • Using Dynamic Blocks

  • Drawing Curves

  • Getting and Exchanging Data from Drawings

3D Modeling and Imaging

  • Creating 3D Drawings

  • Using Advanced 3D Features

  • Rendering 3D Drawings

  • Exploring 3D Mesh and Surface Modeling

Customization and Integration

  • Using the Express Tools

  • Exploring AutoLISP 913

  • Customizing Toolbars, Menus, Line types, and Hatch Patterns

  • Managing and Sharing Your Drawings

  • Keeping a Project Organized with Sheet Sets

 

           

AUTOCAD INTERIOR

  • Overview: Interior designers make interior spaces functional, safe, and beautiful for almost every type of building: offices, homes, airport terminals, shopping malls, and restaurants. They select and specify colors, finishes, fabrics, furniture, flooring and wall coverings, lighting, and other materials to create useful and stylish interiors for buildings.

 

CONTENT

 

The Basics

  • Exploring the AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT Interface

  • Creating Your First Drawing

  • Setting Up and Using AutoCAD’s Drafting Tools

  • Organizing Objects with Blocks and Groups

  • Keeping Track of Layers and Blocks

Mastering Intermediate Skills

  • Editing and Reusing Data to Work Efficiently

  • Mastering Viewing Tools, Hatches, and External References

  • Introducing Printing, Plotting, and Layouts

  • Understanding Plot Styles

  • Adding Text to Drawings

  • Using Fields and Tables

  • Using Dimensions

Mastering Advanced Skills

  • Using Attributes

  • Copying Existing Drawings into AutoCAD

  • Advanced Editing and Organizing

  • Laying Out Your Printer Output

  • Making “Smart” Drawings with Parametric Tools

  • Using Dynamic Blocks

  • Drawing Curves

  • Getting and Exchanging Data from Drawings

3D Modeling and Imaging

  • Creating 3D Drawings

  • Using Advanced 3D Features

  • Rendering 3D Drawings

  • Exploring 3D Mesh and Surface Modeling

Customization and Integration

  • Using the Express Tools

  • Exploring AutoLISP 913

  • Customizing Toolbars, Menus, Line types, and Hatch Patterns

  • Managing and Sharing Your Drawings

  • Keeping a Project Organized with Sheet Sets