AutoCAD is a 2D and 3D designing software that is being use to design mechanical models, floor plans and electrical plans of buildings. Having knowledge in AutoCAD is not for a specific set of students but it is more relevant for students in the engineering field who are passionate about doing designs. The version being used is AutoCAD Autodesk. The theories are only there to serve as a guide.
What Will You Learn?
In this comprehensive course, you'll:
Gain proficiency in navigating the AutoCAD interface.
Master 2D drawing techniques for creating precise technical drawings.
Explore 3D modeling to give depth and realism to your designs.
Learn to annotate and dimension your drawings effectively.
Develop the skills to draft architectural plans, mechanical designs, and more.
By the end of the course, you'll be equipped to translate concepts into detailed, professional-grade designs using AutoCAD.
The Course Curriculam
Introduction to AutoCAD
Understanding the significance of Computer-Aided Design (CAD)
Exploring the AutoCAD interface and navigation tools
Introduction to drawing and editing commands
Basic Drawing Techniques
Creating basic geometric shapes using drawing tools
Understanding object snaps and precision drawing
Exploring layers, colors, and line types
Editing and Modifying Drawings
Mastering essential editing commands: move, copy, rotate, scale
Learning to trim, extend, and fillet objects
Using grips and grips editing for efficient modifications
Working with Text and Dimensions
Adding and formatting text in drawings
Understanding dimensioning techniques: linear, angular, radial
Creating and modifying dimensions for accurate drawings
Advanced Drawing Tools
Exploring advanced drawing tools: polylines, splines, ellipses
Creating hatch patterns for filling areas
Working with regions and boundaries