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|Number of Pages||222 Pages|
|Dimensions (Cms)||20 x 14 x 4|
This book is written for beginners who want to learn AutoCAD. All basic commands and their applications to solve drafting and designing problems have been discussed in the book. In this textbook, AutoCAD commands are explained with the help of examples to make it easy for the users to understand the functions of the tools and their applications in the drawing. After reading this book, The user will be able to effectively use AutoCAD commands to make a drawing, dimension a drawing, apply constraints to sketches, br>Insert symbols as well as create text and blocks. The book also covers the basic concepts of drafting and designing for the users to enhance drafting skills to solve drawing problems in AutoCAD. These include dimensioning principles, and assembly drawings. While going through this textbook, you will discover some new unique applications of AutoCAD that will have a significant effect on your drawings. Table of Contents br>Chapter 1: Introduction to AutoCAD br>Chapter 2: getting started with AutoCAD br>Chapter 3: getting started with advanced sketching br>Chapter 4: Working with drawing aids br>Chapter 5: editing sketched objects-i br>Chapter 6: Basic dimensioning, geometric dimensioning, and tolerance br>Chapter 7: editing dimensions br>Chapter 8: dimension styles, multileader styles, and system variables br>Chapter 9: creating texts and tables br>Chapter 10: editing sketched objects-ii br>Chapter 11: adding constraints to sketches br>Chapter 12: hatching drawings br>Chapter 13: Model space viewports, Paper space viewpoints, and layouts br>Chapter 14: plotting drawings br>Chapter 15: template drawings br>Chapter 16: Working with blocks br>Chapter 17: defining block attributes br>Chapter 18: Understanding external references br>Chapter 19: Working with advanced drawing options br>Chapter 20: grouping and Advanced editing of sketched objects br>Chapter 21: Working with data exchange & object linking and embedding br>Chapter 22: Isometric drawings index.
Prof. Sham Tickoo,