9781585030484

Autocad 2002 Tutorial, Second Level: 3D Modeling

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  • ISBN13:

    9781585030484

  • ISBN10:

    1585030481

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2001-11-01
  • Publisher: Schroff Development Corp

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Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
Getting Started
Introduction
2(1)
Development of Computer Geometric Modeling
2(3)
Why use AutoCAD® 2002?
5(1)
Getting started with AutoCAD® 2002
6(1)
The AutoCAD Today dialog box and Units Setup
7(2)
AutoCAD Screen Layout
9(1)
Pull-down Menus
10(1)
Standard Toolbar
10(1)
Object Properties Toolbar
10(1)
Graphics Window
10(1)
Graphics Cursor or Crosshairs
10(1)
Command Prompt Area
10(1)
Draw Toolbar and Modify Toolbars
10(1)
Mouse Buttons
11(1)
[Esc] - Canceling commands
11(1)
On-Line Help
12(1)
Leaving AutoCAD
13(1)
Creating a CAD files folder
13
User Coordinate System and the Z-Axis
Introduction
2(1)
The Floor Plan design
2(1)
Starting up AutoCAD
3(1)
Drawing Units Setup
3(1)
Reference Area Setup
4(1)
GRID and SNAP intervals Setup
5(1)
Drawing Polylines
6(1)
Creating an offset polyline
7(1)
Creating interior walls
8(3)
Completing the doorway using TRIM command
11(2)
User Coordinate System -- It is an XY CRT, but an XYZ World
13(1)
Viewing the 2D Design in 3D space
14(1)
Adding the 3rd dimension to the Floor Plan Design
15(2)
Viewing the design using the Hide option
17(1)
Adding New Layers
18(1)
Moving entities to a different layer
19(1)
Moving the UCS
19(2)
Creating the roof
21(2)
Rotating the UCS
23(1)
Sketching on the Rotated UCS
24(1)
Viewing the design using the Hidden option
25(1)
Questions
26(1)
Exercises
27
3D Wireframe Modeling
Introduction
2(2)
The Locator Design
4(1)
Starting up AutoCAD
4(1)
Creating the rectangular base of the design
5(2)
Create a 3D box
7(2)
Object Snap Toolbar
9(1)
Using the Snap options to locate the top corners
10(2)
Using the Copy option to create additional edges
12(2)
Using the TRIM Command
14(1)
Using the Trim-Project-View option
15(2)
Using the View Toolbar
17(1)
Dynamic Rotation -- 3D orbit
17(1)
Using the OFFSET command to create parallel edges
18(2)
Creating a circle above the UCS sketch plane
20(1)
Completing the wireframe model
21(2)
Questions
23(1)
Exercises
24
UCS, Viewports and Wireframe Modeling
Introduction
2(1)
The V-block design
2(1)
Starting Up AutoCAD
3(1)
Layers setup
4(1)
Creating the rectangular base of the design
5(1)
Creating a wireframe Box
6(1)
Using the View and the UCS Toolbars
7(1)
Creating construction lines in the front view
8(2)
Copying in the negative Z direction
10(1)
Creating an Inclined Line at the Base of the Model
11(1)
Creating object lines
12(2)
Multiple Viewports
14(1)
Using the MIRROR command
15(2)
Turn OFF the Construction Lines
17(1)
Creating a NEW UCS
18(2)
Creating a New Named View
20(2)
Creating the V-Cut feature on the inclined plane
22(1)
Extend the Cut and GRIP Editing
23(2)
Questions
25(1)
Exercises
26
3D Surface Modeling
Introduction
2(1)
The V-block design
2(2)
Starting up AutoCAD
4(1)
Using the UCS and Surfaces Toolbars
5(1)
Creating a surface using the 2D SOLID command
5(3)
Using the Shade Toolbar
8(2)
Creating a surface using the 3D FACE command
10(2)
Creating a surface of irregular shape
12(2)
Using the Invisible Edge option
14(2)
The Locator wireframe model
16(1)
Moving Objects to a different Layer
16(2)
Predefined Surface models
18(2)
Advanced Surface Modeling commands
20(3)
Using the Tabulated Surface option
23(1)
Using the Ruled Surface option
24(4)
Questions
28(1)
Exercise
29
Solid Modeling - Constructive Solid Geometry
Introduction
2(1)
The Guide-Block Design
2(1)
Constructive Solid Geometry Concept
3(1)
Binary Tree
4(1)
The Guide-Block CSG Binary Tree
5(1)
Starting Up AutoCAD® 2000
6(1)
Creating the First 3-D object
7(1)
Viewing the 3-D Block
8(1)
Creating the Second Solid Feature
9(1)
Boolean Operation - UNION
10(1)
Creating the Second Cylinder Feature
11(1)
Boolean Operation - SUBTRACT
12(1)
Creating Another Solid Feature
13(1)
Shaded SOLID
14(1)
Creating the Final Feature
15(1)
Rotating the Rectangular Block
16(1)
Moving the Rectangular Block
17(1)
Questions
18(1)
Exercises
19
Regions, Extrude and Solid Modeling
Introduction
2(1)
The V-block design
2(1)
Starting Up AutoCAD
3(2)
Setting up a 2D sketch
5(2)
Defining the Front edges of the design
7(3)
Creating a Region
10(1)
Object Snap Toolbar
11(2)
Creating a 2D sketch at the Base of the Model
13(1)
Creating a copy of the 2D sketch
14(1)
Creating the cutter solids
15(1)
Boolean operation - Subtract
16(1)
Mass properties of the solid model
17(1)
Align the UCS to the inclined face
18(1)
Creating the V-cut
19(3)
Questions
22(1)
Exercises
23
Multiview Drawings From 3D Models
Introduction
2(1)
The V-block design
2(1)
Starting Up AutoCAD
3(1)
AutoCAD Paper Space
4(1)
Deleting the displayed viewport
5(1)
Adding borders and title block in the layout
6(1)
Setting up Viewports inside the Titleblock
7(1)
Setting up the standard views
8(2)
Determining the necessary 2D views
10(1)
Establishing an auxiliary view in Model Mode
11(2)
Adding a viewport for an Auxiliary view
13(3)
Using the DVIEW command
16(1)
Adjusting the Viewport Scale
17(1)
Locking the Base view
18(1)
Aligning the 2D views
18(2)
Creating 2D projected entities - SOLPROF
20(3)
Completing the 2D drawing
23(1)
Questions
24(1)
Exercises
25
Symmetrical Features in Designs
Introduction
2(1)
A Revolved Design: PULLEY
2(1)
Modeling Strategy - A Revolved Design
3(1)
Starting Up AutoCAD
4(1)
Layers Setup
5(1)
Setting up a 2D sketch for the Revolved feature
6(2)
Perform 2D Boolean Operations
8(4)
Creating the Revolved Feature
12(1)
Mirroring Part
13(1)
Combining Parts
14(1)
3D Array
15(3)
Position and perform the Cut
18(2)
Questions
20(1)
Exercises
21
Advanced Modeling Tools & Techniques
Introduction
2(1)
A Thin-walled Design: OIL SINK
2(1)
Modeling Strategy
3(1)
Starting Up AutoCAD
4(1)
Layers Setup
5(1)
The First Extruded Feature
6(2)
Create an Offset geometry from an Extracted surface
8(2)
Extrude with Draft Angle
10(1)
Aligning the parts
11(1)
Create another Extracted Surface
12(3)
Combining parts -- Boolean UNION
15(3)
Creating a Shell Feature
18(1)
Creating a Rectangular Array Cut feature
19(2)
Creating Another Rectangular Array cut feature
21(2)
Conclusion
23(1)
Questions
24(1)
Exercises
25
Index

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