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Professional Autocad Training



AutoCAD


AutoCAD is a computer-aided design (CAD) program used for 2-D and 3-D design and drafting. AutoCAD is developed and marketed by Autodesk Inc. and was one of the first CAD programs that could be executed on personal computers

AutoCAD is a computer-aided drafting software program used to create blueprints for buildings, bridges, and computer chips, among other things. Discover how AutoCAD is used by drafters and other professionals.

Course Competencies

  • Starting computer and opening Acad
  • Use and construct icons for drawing in ACAD
  • Save, edit and start new drawings
  • Manage drawing using layers, color and linetypes
  • Make basic Geometric shapes
  • Complete Basic CAD drawings, with borders, text and dimensions
  • Use Paper Space, and Model space
  • Use and edit TEXT and TEXT styles
  • Edit drawings with ERASE, OOPS, COPY, EXTEND, TRIM, MIRROR, UNDO REDO and MOVE commands
  • USE Array, Modify and Hatch
  • Use Grips, GRID, OSNAP, and Functions keys
  • Plot drawings in A, B, C, and D sizes to correct scales
  • Insert Blocks, Files and Raster images into drawings
  • Create Blocks, Bitmaps and Wblocks
  • Use Break, Chamfer, Fillet, Measure, Divide, Rotate, Scale, Lengthen and Explode commands
  • Create, Edit and use Attributes

Autocad (2D and 3D)

Course Contents: AutoCad Training In Nepal

  1. Loading AutoCAD, Screen Organization
  2. Entering AutoCAD Commands, Menus, Command Line, Function Keys
  3. Coordinate System, entering, distance and angles
  4. Basic drawing commands: (point, line, arc, circle, polygon, ellipse, donut, pline)
  5. Starting a new drawing, naming and saving, ending session, ray, multiline, sketch
  1. Units limits, status, snap, grid, ortho, rotated snap, osnap and options.
  2. Blipmode, use of function keys layers, right click customization
  3. Managing drawing files (end, save quit, files rename)
  1. Help, undo and u, redo, point, filters
  2. Display commands: Zoom, pan, redraw, redrawall, regen, regenall, regenauto,
  3. view, viewers
  4. Calculator /Geometric Calculator
  1. Erase, offset, oops, copy, scale array, move, break, trim, fillet, chamfer, mirror,
  2. rotate, pedit, select, pdsize, pdmode, (point style), setvar, stretch extend, use of
  3. grips, change, chdrop, explode, divide, match property
  1. Units limits, status, snap, grid, ortho, rotated snap, osnap and options.
  2. Blipmode, use of function keys layers, right click customization
  3. Managing drawing files (end, save quit, files rename)
  1. Help, undo and u, redo, point, filters
  2. Display commands: Zoom, pan, redraw, redrawall, regen, regenall, regenauto,
  3. view, viewers
  4. Calculator /Geometric Calculator
  1. Erase, offset, oops, copy, scale array, move, break, trim, fillet, chamfer, mirror,
  2. rotate, pedit, select, pdsize, pdmode, (point style), setvar, stretch extend, use of
  3. grips, change, chdrop, explode, divide, match property
  1. ID, dist, area, list, dblist, status, time
  2. Fine tuning drawings in AutoCAD:
  3. Hatching, ucsicon, line type, Itscale, isoplane and isometric drawing, elevation,
  4. layering, hatch patterns, colors
  1. Text, dtext, justifying text, text fonts, ddedit, ehtext, ddmodify, style, qtext,
  2. special text
  1. Block, Wblock, insert, minsert, explode, base, external reference, organizing
  2. block library
  1. Dimension styles, dimensioning commands, tolerance, limits, dimension setup,
  2. dimension variables, dimension scale
  1. Device information
  2. Pen arrangements
  3. Other parameters, paper size, and orientation
  4. Scale, rotation and origin, paper space
  5. Model space, tile mode, Mview, vplayeer, zoom xp.
  1. Axes, Planes, and Faces
  2. 3D Workspaces, Ribbon, Toolbars, and 3D Options
  3. Entering and Exiting 3D
  4. Projecting into 3D
  5. 3D Dynamic Views
  6. Extrude
  7. Visual Styles: Hide and Shade
  8. View Cube and Navigation Bar
  1. Introduction to Primitives
  2. Box
  3. Wedge
  4. Cone
  5. Sphere
  6. Cylinder
  7. Torus
  8. Pyramid
  9. Applying Primitives
  1. Introduction to Object Manipulation
  2. Rotate3D
  3. 3Drotate (Gizmo)
  4. Mirror3D
  5. 3Darray
  6. 3Dscale
  7. 3Dmove
  8. Fillets and Chamfers in 3D
  1. Introduction to Boolean Operations
  2. Union
  3. Subtract
  4. Intersect
  5. 3D Modelling
  6.  Exercise: Building Wall with Door and Window
  1. Introduction to Solid Modelling
  2. Revolve
  3. Shell
  4. Taper
  5. 3D Modelling Exercise: Wastebasket
  6. Loft
  7. 3D Modelling Exercise: Mechanical Drill Bit
  8. Path Extrusion
  9. Sweep
  10. Drawing Challenge: Helical Coil
  1. Introduction to Advanced Solids, Faces, and Edges
  2. Poly-solid
  3. Helix
  4. 3D Path Array
  5. 3Dalign
  6. Working with Faces
  7. Delete Faces
  8. Move Faces
  9. Copy Faces
  10. Offset Faces
  11. Rotate Faces
  12. Colour Faces
  13. Working with Edges
  14. Colour Edges
  15. Copy Edges
  16. Helical Coil Explained
  1. Introduction to Surfaces and Meshes
  2. Surfacing Commands
  3. Planar Surface
  4. Region
  5. Rule surf
  6. Tab surf
  7. Rev-surf
  8. Edge surf
  9. 3Dface and 3Dmesh
  10. Smooth Mesh Primitives
  11. Mesh Modification 1. Smoothness
  12. Mesh Modification 2. Filters and Gizmos
  13. Mesh Modification 3. Additional Tools
  1. Introduction to UCS, V-ports, Text, and Dimensions in 3D
  2. Advanced UCS
  3. UCS
  4. World
  5. UCS Previous
  6. Face UCS
  7. Object
  8. View
  9. Origin
  10. Z-Axis Vector
  11. 3 Point
  12. X, Y, and Z
  13. Named UCS
  14. Views and View Manager
  15. V-ports
  1. Camera
  2. Target
  3. Distance
  4. POints
  5. Pan
  6. Zoom
  7. TWist
  8. CLip
  9. Hide
  10. Off
  11. Undo
  1. Walk and Fly
  2. Path Animation
  3. Action recorder
  1. Introduction to Lighting and Rendering
  2. Lighting
  3. Point Light
  4. Spotlight
  5. Distant Light
  6. Shadows, Sun, and Sky.
  7. Materials and Rendering. Materials
  8. Rendering
    final project using Autodesk AutoCAD 2D & 3D

CAREER OPTIONS

  • Civil Engineer

  • Civil drafters draw up plans for use in the design & building of roadways bridges, sewer systems, other major projects.

  • Mechanical Engineer

  • Mechanical drafters prepare plans for machinery & mechanical devices.

  • Architecural Engineer

  • Architectural drafters draw up plans for residential & commercial buildings.

  • Electrical Engineer

  • Electrical Engineer work with electricians to prepare diagrams of wiring electrical system layouts. Electronics drafters also prepare wiring diagrams for use in the making installing & repairing of elecronic gadgets.

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