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AUTOCADr 2010 TUTOR FOR ENGINEERING GRAPHICS is a classic reference work featuring self-paced tutorials that lead both students and engineering graphic professionals from simple one-view engineering drawings to geometric constructions, multiview projections, section and auxiliary views, 3D solid modeling, and photorealistic rendering. Tutorials utilize a step-by-step approach, following traditional engineering drawing techniques and methods while teaching users how to take full advantage of AutoCADr 2010 to achieve professional results.
Table of Contents
|Getting Started with AutoCAD|
|Drawing Setup and Organization|
|AutoCAD Display and Basic Selection Operations|
|Modifying Your Drawing|
|Performing Geometric Constructions|
|Working with Text, Fields, and Tables|
|Object Grips and Changing the Properties of Objects|
|Multiview Projection and Auxiliary Views|
|Creating Section Views|
|Adding Dimensions to Your Drawing|
|Managing Dimension Styles|
|Analyzing 2D Drawings|
|Creating Parametric Drawings|
|Working with Drawing Layouts|
|Plotting Your Drawings|
|Working with Blocks|
|Working with Attributes|
|Working with File References|
|Advanced Layout Techniques|
|Solid Modeling Fundamentals|
|Concept Modeling and Editing Solids|
|Creating 2D Drawings from a 3D Model|
|Producing Renderings and Motion Studies|
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