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The complete AutoCAD 2016 course

Learn AutoCAD 2016 from scratch to professional level
Instructor:
Jaiprakash Pandey
5,220 students enrolled
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Work efficiently with AutoCAD
Make professional quality engineering drawings
Work on projects that require AutoCAD as a skill set

What is this course all about?

This course covers AutoCAD 2016 in complete detail. This course is equally good for AutoCAD 2010 and later versions.

Why a new course?

Although there are already plenty of AutoCAD courses but most of them lack few basic things which this course fulfills like

  • Complete explanation of commands and sub-commands
  • Example based lectures for each command
  • Showing application of commands in real life scenarios of designing and drafting
  • Use of actual engineering drawings as data files
  • Lectures about advance topics like dynamic blocks and sheet set included
  • AutoCAD troubleshooting and repairing drawing files tips

Who is Author?

Jaiprakash is CAD Corporate trainer and designer currently working with Engineering design consulting company Ramboll. He is Autodesk AutoCAD certified professional, Autodesk expert elite and Mechanical engineer. He has written articles related to AutoCAD for many CAD blogs and websites and he occasionally writes for AUGI world magazine as well.

Introduction to AutoCAD

1
Introduction to AutoCAD 2016
2
Ribbon, Workspace, Help and Command search
3
Open, save and restore drawing

Preparing and navigating AutoCAD

1
Specifying drawing units
2
Making and saving drawing templates
3
Understanding user interface and drawing area
4
Pan and Zoom commands
5
creating and saving drawing views

Creating Drawing

1
Line command
2
Circle command
3
Arc Command
4
Ellipse Command
5
Introduction to Polyline and Spline
6
Rectangle Command
7
Polygon Command
8
Point and revision cloud

Modifying Drawings

1
Creating selection set
2
Move and copy command
3
Rotate and Scale Command
4
Offset and Mirror Command
5
Trim and Extend Command
6
Erase, Explode and Overkill Command
7
Stretch and lengthen
8
Break and Join Command
9
Fillet and Chamfer Command
10
Rectangular Array
11
Polar Array
12
Path Array
13
Divide and Measure command
14
Region command and Boolean operation
15
Working with Multifunction grips

Drawing tools

1
Understanding co-ordinate system
2
Using Grid and Snap
3
Using Polar and Ortho mode
4
Working with Dynamic Input
5
Object Snap
6
From Snap
7
Object snap tracking
8
Making isometric drawings
9
Using inquiry commands

Hatch and gradient

1
Creating Hatches
2
Island detection, Set origin and Gap tolerance in hatches
3
Associative and non associative hatch
4
Creating gradients
5
Using boundary and wipeout features

Dimensioning

1
Making dimensions
2
DIM command
3
Modifying dimensions
4
Creating dimension style
5
Creating dimension style override
6
Creating multileaders
7
Creating multileader style

Working with text and table

1
Creating text styles
2
Creating single line text
3
Creating Multiline text
4
Creating Table style
5
Using and formatting table
6
Adding fields and formulas to table
7
Importing and exporting table to MS-Excel

Managing drawing

1
Creating layers and assigning objects
2
Using layer property manager
3
Using layer panel
4
Working with layer states
5
Working with layer filters
6
Hiding and isolating objects
7
Editing object properties

Working with Blocks, Groups and Attributes

1
Working with Groups
2
Creating and inserting Blocks
3
Inheritance in Blocks, using by layer and by block options
4
Redefining and exploding blocks
5
Write Block and Global Blocks
6
Introduction to Dynamic Blocks
7
Making a Dynamic Block
8
Defining Attributed Blocks

Working with external references

1
Attaching X-Ref
2
Altering X-Ref
3
Clipping and editing X-Ref
4
Removing X-Ref and using them as Blocks
5
Transmitting X-Ref with e-transmit

Working with Layouts

1
Introduction to Layout
2
Creating Viewports and setting Scale
3
Managing objects in Viewports

Advance drawing tools

1
Understanding annotative property
2
Making and using annotative objects
3
Using Design center
4
Using Content Explorer
5
Editing curved polylines
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