9781585030781

AutoCAD LT 2002 MultiMedia Tutorial

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    9781585030781

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    1585030783

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  • Copyright: 2002-02-01
  • Publisher: Schroff Development Corp
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Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Introduction
2(1)
Development of Computer Aided Design
2(1)
Why use AutoCAD LT 2002
3(2)
Getting started with AutoCAD® LT 2002
5(2)
Getting Started up AutoCAD® LT 2002
7(1)
The AutoCAD LT Today dialog box and Units Setup
8(2)
AutoCAD® LT 2002 Screen Layout
10(2)
Mouse Buttons
12(1)
(Esc] - Canceling commands
12(1)
On-Line Help
13(1)
Leaving AutoCAD® LT 2002
14(1)
Creating a CAD files folder
14
Geometric Construction Basics
Introduction
2(1)
Starting Up AutoCAD® LT 2002
2(2)
Using the LINE command
4(2)
Visual reference
6(1)
Grid On
6(1)
Snap On
7(2)
Using the ERASER
9(1)
Repeat the last command
9(2)
The CAD Database and the User Coordinate System
11(1)
Changing to the 2D UCS icon Display
12(1)
Cartesian and Polar Coordinate Systems
13(1)
Absolute and Relative coordinates
13(1)
Defining Positions
14(1)
The Guide Plate
14(4)
Creating Circles
18(2)
Save the CAD file
20(1)
Exit AutoCAD LT
21
Questions
22(1)
Exercises
23
Construction and Editing Tools
Introduction
2(1)
The Gasket Design
2(1)
Starting Up AutoCAD® LT 2002
3(1)
Drawing Units Setup
3(1)
GRID and SNAP intervals Setup
4(2)
Using the LINE command
6(1)
Toolbar List
7(3)
Using the EXTEND Command
10(1)
Using the TRIM Command
11(1)
Creating a TTR circle
12(1)
Using the FILLET command
13(1)
Converting objects into a Polyline
14(1)
Using the OFFSET command
15(1)
Using the EXPLODE command
16(1)
Create another FILLET
16(1)
Save the CAD file
17(1)
Exit AutoCAD
17
Questions
18(1)
Exercises
19
Object Properties and Organization
Introduction
2(1)
Floor Plan Design
2(1)
Starting Up AutoCAD® LT 2002
3(1)
Drawing Units Setup
3(1)
Reference Drawing Area Setup
4(1)
GRID and SNAP intervals Setup
5(1)
Using the ZOOM ALL command
6(1)
The AutoCAD LT DOUBLE LINE command
6(1)
Setting the Offset distance of Double Lines
7(1)
Setting the Appearance of Endpoints
7(1)
Controlling Placement of Double Lines
8(1)
The DLINE Break option
8(1)
Drawing Double Lines
9(1)
Display the Object Snap Toolbar
10(1)
Controlling the Appearance of Intersections
10(1)
Creating interior walls
11(5)
Using Layers and Object Properties
16(3)
Using Zoom Realtime
19(1)
Modeling the Bathroom
19(3)
Controlling Layer visibility
22(1)
Adding a New Layer
22(1)
Moving objects to a different layer
23(2)
Save the CAD file
25(1)
Exit AutoCAD LT
25
Questions
26(1)
Exercises
27
Orthographic Views in Multiview Drawings
Introduction
2(1)
The Locator Design
2(1)
Starting Up AutoCAD® LT 2002
3(1)
GRID and SNAP intervals Setup
4(1)
The Locator Design
4(1)
Layers setup
5(1)
Drawing Construction Lines
6(1)
Using the Offset command
6(2)
Set Layer Object as the current layer
8(1)
Using the Running Object Snaps
8(2)
Creating Object lines
10(1)
Turn OFF the construction Lines
11(1)
Adding more objects in the Front View
11(1)
The AutoSnap ™and AutoTrack™ features
12(2)
Adding more objects in the Top View
14(4)
Drawing a Miter Line
18(2)
More Layers setup
20(1)
Top View to Side View Projection
21(2)
Completing the Front View
23(2)
Saving the CAD file
25
Questions
26(1)
Exercises
27
Basic Dimensioning and Notes
Introduction
2(1)
The Bracket Design
2(1)
Starting Up AutoCAD® LT 2002
3(1)
Change the Background Color of the Graphics window
4(1)
GRID and SNAP intervals Setup
5(1)
Layers setup
5(2)
The Bracket Design
7(1)
Drawing Construction Lines
8(1)
Using the OFFSET command
8(2)
Set Layer Object Lines as the current layer
10(1)
Creating Object lines
10(1)
Creating Hidden lines
11(1)
Creating Center lines
12(1)
Turn OFF the Construction Lines
12(1)
Using the FILLET command
13(1)
Saving the CAD file
14(1)
The Dimension toolbar
15(1)
Using Dimension Style Manager
15(1)
Dimensions Nomenclature and Basics
16(3)
Using the Center Mark command
19(1)
Adding Linear Dimensions
20(1)
Adding Angular Dimensions
21(1)
Adding Radius and Diameter Dimensions
22(1)
Using the SINGLE LINE TEXT command
23(1)
Adding Special Characters
24(1)
Saving the CAD file
25(1)
A Special Note on Layers containing Dimensions
25
Questions
26(1)
Exercises
27
Templates and Plotting
Introduction
2(1)
The Geneva Cam Design
2(1)
Starting Up AutoCAD® LT 2002
3(1)
Setting up the Plot Style Mode
4(2)
Starting a new file
6(1)
GRID and SNAP intervals Setup
7(1)
Layers setup
8(1)
Adding Borders and Title Block in the Layout
8(3)
Create a Template file
11(1)
Exit AutoCAD® LT 2002
12(1)
Starting Up AutoCAD® LT 2002
13(1)
The Geneva Cam design
14(1)
Drawing Construction Lines
14(2)
Creating Object lines
16(1)
Using the Offset command
17(2)
Using the Mirror command
19(1)
Using the Array command
20(2)
Creating a Viewport inside the Title Block
22(1)
Viewport properties
23(1)
Hide the Viewport borders
24(1)
Adjusting the dimension scale
24(2)
Plot/Print the drawing
26
Questions
28(1)
Exercises
29
Auxiliary Views and Editing with GRIPS
Introduction
2(1)
The V-Block Design
2(1)
Starting Up AutoCAD® LT 2002
3(1)
The V-Block example
4(1)
Setting up the Principal Views
4(2)
Setting up the Outer Edges of the Top View
6(1)
Using the OFFSET command
7(2)
Creating Object lines in the Front View
9(2)
Stretch and Copy with Grips
11(1)
Setting up the Auxiliary view
11(3)
Aligning the Auxiliary View to the Front view
14(1)
Creating the V-cut in the Auxiliary View
14(3)
Creating the V-cut in the Front-View and Top-View
17(1)
Setting the Polar Tracking option
18(1)
Completing the Top-View
19(4)
Edit the Plot style table
23
Questions
25(1)
Exercises
26
Section Views
Introduction
2(1)
The Bearing Design
2(1)
Starting Up AutoCAD® LT 2002
3(1)
The Bearing Example
4(1)
Setting up the Principal Views
4(2)
Creating Object lines in the Front view
6(2)
Editing the circles
8(1)
Setting up the Side View
9(2)
Adding Hidden Lines in the Side view
11(2)
Changing the Line Type Scale Property
13(1)
Stretching and Moving Objects with GRIPS
14(1)
Drawing a cutting plane line
15(2)
Converting the Side View into a Section View
17(2)
Adding Section Lines
19
Questions
22(1)
Exercises
23
Assembly Drawings and AutoCAD Blocks
Introduction
2(1)
The Shaft Support Subassembly
3(1)
Additional parts
3(2)
Cap-Screw
3(1)
Collar
4(1)
Base-plate
4(1)
Starting Up AutoCAD® LT 2002
5(1)
Using AutoCAD with the Internet
6(1)
Rearrange the Displayed Windows
7(1)
Defining a Block
8(2)
Inserting a Block
10(1)
Starting the Assembly drawing
11(1)
Copying and Pasting with the Windows Clipboard
12(2)
Converting the View into a Section view
14(1)
Adding the Bearing to the Assembly Drawing
15(3)
Adding the Cap-screws to the Assembly Drawing
18
Questions
21(1)
Exercise
22
3D Wireframe Modeling
Introduction
2(1)
The V-Block Design
3(1)
Starting Up AutoCAD® LT 2002
4(1)
The 2D sketch of the Base
5(1)
UCS - It is XY CRT, but an XYZ World
6(1)
Viewing the 2-D sketch in 3-D space
7(2)
Creating a wireframe Box
9(1)
Using the view and UCS Toolbars
10(1)
Creating construction lines in the front view
11(1)
Copying in the negative Z direction
12(1)
Creating an Inclined Line at the Base of the Model
13(1)
Creating object lines
14(2)
Multiple Viewports
16(1)
Using the Mirror command
17(2)
Turn OFF the Construction Lines
19(1)
Creating a NEW UCS
20(1)
Changing the displayed view and Creating a New Named View
21(2)
Creating the V-Cut feature on the inclined plane
23(2)
Extend the Cut and GRIP Editing
25(1)
Conclusion
26
Questions
27
Exercises
28
Index

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