In this set of tutorials we’ll learn how to use AutoCAD. We’ll begin by getting familiar with the User Interface.
We’ll discuss how things are broken down into tabs, ribbons, and panels and we’ll take a look at the 2D and 3D user interface and tools we have accessible to us. Once we’ve get comfortable with the interface, we’ll then look at the how to use your drawing, modification and annotation tools in both the 2D and 3D work spaces.
Along the way we’ll discuss a few tips that will help you work with precision when creating your drawings. By the end of this training you’ll have a solid understand of how to to use AutoCAD to bring your ideas to life with ease and precision.
Introduction and project overview
The AutoCAD user interface
Continuing with the interface
Using the Navigation and Status Bar
Drawing with the Line tool
Specifying length and angles
Working with Polylines
Modifying line work
Using Fillet, Scale and Array
Drawing a small space
Applying Hatch Patterns to drawings
Using Layers to organize your drawings
Working with Layer Properties
Adding dimensions and text to your drawings
Getting familiar with 3D functionality
Making shapes in the 3D Basics Workspace
Getting familiar with the 3D Modeling Workspace
Taking a look at the Rendering capabilities
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