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AutoCAD LT Fundamentals Course Overview

This AutoCAD/AutoCAD LT instructional class is intended for those utilizing AutoCAD or AutoCAD LT with a Windows working framework. This instructional class isn't intended for the AutoCAD for Mac programming.

The target of this AutoCAD/AutoCAD LT instructional class is to empower understudies to make a fundamental 2D attracting the AutoCAD programming.

Section 1 (three days) covers the basic center subjects for working with the AutoCAD programming. The showing system is to begin with a couple of fundamental instruments that empower the understudy to make and alter a basic illustration, and afterward keep on developing those apparatuses. Further developed devices are presented all through the understudy direct. Only one out of every odd charge or choice is secured, on the grounds that the aim is to demonstrate the most basic devices and ideas, for example,

  • Understanding the AutoCAD workspace and UI.
  • Utilizing fundamental illustration, altering, and review instruments.
  • Sorting out illustration questions on layers.
  • Embeddings reusable images (squares).
  • Setting up a design to be plotted.
  • Including content, bring forth, and measurements.

Section 2 (two days) proceeds with more refined methods that expand your dominance of the product. For instance, here you go past the fundamental expertise of embeddings a piece to figuring out how to make squares, and past the essential aptitude of utilizing a layout to comprehend the way toward setting up a format. You learn aptitudes, for example,

  • Utilizing further developed altering and development procedures.
  • Adding parametric requirements to objects.
  • Making nearby and worldwide squares.
  • Setting up layers, styles, and layouts.
  • Utilizing progressed plotting and distributing alternatives.
  • This instructional class alludes to both the AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT programming as the AutoCAD programming. All points, including highlights and charges, identify with both the AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT programming unless particularly noted something else.

AutoCAD LT Fundamentals Course Outline

Chapter 1: Getting Started with AutoCAD

  • 1.1 Starting the Software
  • 1.2 User Interface
  • 1.3 Working with Commands
  • 1.4 Cartesian Workspace
  • 1.5 Opening an Existing Drawing File
  • 1.6 Viewing Your Drawing
  • 1.7 Saving Your Work

Chapter 2: Basic Drawing and Editing Commands

  • 2.1 Drawing Lines
  • 2.2 Erasing Objects
  • 2.3 Drawing Vertical and Horizontal Lines
  • 2.4 Drawing Rectangles
  • 2.5 Drawing Circles
  • 2.6 Undo and Redo Actions

Chapter 3: Projects: Creating a Simple Drawing

  • 3.1 Create a Simple Drawing
  • 3.2 Create Simple Shapes

Chapter 4: Drawing Precision in AutoCAD

  • 4.1 Using Running Object Snaps
  • 4.2 Using Object Snap Overrides
  • 4.3 Polar Tracking at Angles
  • 4.4 Object Snap Tracking
  • 4.5 (Optional) Drawing with Snap and Grid

Chapter 5: Making Changes in Your Drawing

  • 5.1 Selecting Objects for Editing
  • 5.2 Moving Objects
  • 5.3 Copying Objects
  • 5.4 Rotating Objects
  • 5.5 Scaling Objects
  • 5.6 Mirroring Objects
  • 5.7 Editing with Grips

Chapter 6: Projects: Making Your Drawings More Precise

  • 6.1 Schematic Project: Electronics Diagram
  • 6.2 Architectural Project: Landscape
  • 6.3 Mechanical Project: Using Polar and Tracking
  • 6.4 Mechanical Project: Surge Protector
  • 6.5 Mechanical Project: Satellite

Chapter 7: Organizing Your Drawing with Layers

  • 7.1 Creating New Drawings With Templates
  • 7.2 What are Layers?
  • 7.3 Layer States
  • 7.4 Changing an Object’s Layer

Chapter 8: Advanced Object Types

  • 8.1 Drawing Arcs
  • 8.2 Drawing Polylines
  • 8.3 Editing Polylines
  • 8.4 Drawing Polygons
  • 8.5 Drawing Ellipses

Chapter 9: Analyzing Model and Object Properties

  • 9.1 Working with Object Properties
  • 9.2 Measuring Objects

Chapter 10: Projects: Drawing Organization and Information

  • 10.1 Architectural Project
  • 10.2 Mechanical Project
  • 10.3 Civil Project

Chapter 11: Advanced Editing Commands

  • 11.1 Trimming and Extending Objects
  • 11.2 Stretching Objects
  • 11.3 Creating Fillets and Chamfers
  • 11.4 Offsetting Objects
  • 11.5 Creating Arrays of Objects

Chapter 12: Blocks

  • 12.1 What are Blocks?
  • 12.2 Inserting Blocks
  • 12.3 Inserting Blocks using the Tool Palettes
  • 12.4 Working with Dynamic Blocks
  • 12.5 Inserting Blocks using the DesignCenter

Chapter 13: Projects: Creating More Complex Objects

  • 13.1 Mechanical Project 1: Plate
  • 13.2 Mechanical Project 2: Gasket
  • 13.3 Mechanical Project 3: Plate
  • 13.4 Mechanical Project 4: Rocker Arm
  • 13.5 Architectural Project 1: Floor Plan
  • 13.6 Architectural Project 2: Floor Plan
  • 13.7 Civil Project: Parking Lot

Chapter 14: Setting Up a Layout

  • 14.1 Working in Layouts
  • 14.2 Creating Layouts
  • 14.3 Creating Layout Viewports
  • 14.4 Named Views
  • 14.5 Guidelines for Layouts

Chapter 15: Printing Your Drawing

  • 15.1 Printing Concepts
  • 15.2 Printing Layouts
  • 15.3 Print and Plot Settings

Chapter 16: Projects: Preparing to Print

  • 16.1 Mechanical Project
  • 16.2 Architectural Project

Chapter 17: Text

  • 17.1 Working with Annotations
  • 17.2 Adding Text in a Drawing
  • 17.3 Modifying Multiline Text
  • 17.4 Formatting Multiline Text
  • 17.5 Adding Notes with Leaders to Your Drawing
  • 17.6 Creating Tables
  • 17.7 (Optional) Modifying Tables

Chapter 18: Hatching

  • 18.1 Hatching
  • 18.2 Editing Hatches

Chapter 19: Adding Dimensions

  • 19.1 Dimensioning Concepts
  • 19.2 Adding Linear Dimensions
  • 19.3 Adding Radial and Angular Dimensions
  • 19.4 Editing Dimensions

Chapter 20: Projects: Annotating Your Drawing

  • 20.1 Mechanical Project
  • 20.2 Architectural Project 1
  • 20.3 Architectural Project 2
  • 20.4 Civil Project

Chapter 21: Working Effectively with AutoCAD

  • 21.1 Creating a Custom Workspace
  • 21.2 Using the Keyboard Effectively
  • 21.3 Object Creation, Selection, and Visibility
  • 21.4 Working in Multiple Drawings
  • 21.5 Copying and Pasting Between Drawings
  • 21.6 Using Grips Effectively
  • 21.7 Additional Layer Tools

Chapter 22: Accurate Positioning

  • 22.1 Coordinate Entry
  • 22.2 Locating Points with Tracking
  • 22.3 Construction Lines
  • 22.4 Placing Reference Points

Chapter 23: Projects: Productivity Tools

  • 23.1 Schematic Project: Purifier Unit
  • 23.2 Mechanical Project: 2 Views
  • 23.3 Architectural/Civil Project: Formal Garden
  • 23.4 Mechanical Project: Cover Plate
  • 23.5 Architectural Project: Addition
  • 23.6 Mechanical Project: Block
  • 23.7 Mechanical Project: Plate

Chapter 24: Parametric Drawing

  • 24.1 Working with Constraints
  • 24.2 Geometric Constraints
  • 24.3 Dimensional Constraints

Chapter 25: Working with Blocks

  • 25.1 Creating Blocks
  • 25.2 Editing Blocks
  • 25.3 Removing Unused Elements
  • 25.4 Adding Blocks to Tool Palettes
  • 25.5 Modifying Tool Properties in Tool Palettes

Chapter 26: Projects: Creating and Organizing Blocks

  • 26.1 Mechanical Project: Control Panel
  • 26.2 Architectural Project: Furniture Layout
  • 26.3 Civil Project: Utility Layout

Chapter 27: Creating Templates

  • 27.1 Why Use Templates?
  • 27.2 Controlling Units Display
  • 27.3 Creating New Layers
  • 27.4 Adding Standard Layouts to Templates
  • 27.5 Saving Templates

Chapter 28: Working with Layouts

  • 28.1 Creating and Using Named Views
  • 28.2 Advanced Viewport Options
  • 28.3 Layer Overrides in Viewports
  • 28.4 Annotative Scale Features

Chapter 29: Annotation Styles

  • 29.1 Creating Text Styles
  • 29.2 Creating Dimension Styles
  • 29.3 Creating Multileader Styles

Chapter 30: Projects: Drawing Setup and Utilities

  • 30.1 Interiors Project
  • 30.2 Mechanical/Schematic Project
  • 30.3 Civil/Map Project
  • 30.4 Mechanical Project: Dimension Styles

Chapter 31: External References

  • 31.1 Attaching External References
  • 31.2 Modifying External References
  • 31.3 Xref Specific Information

Chapter 32: Projects: Drawing

  • 32.1 D-sized Title Block (36x24)
  • 32.2 Mechanical Project: Drill Press Base
  • 32.3 Architectural Project: Office Tower
  • 32.4 P&ID Project: Oil Lubrication System
  • 32.5 Civil Project: Warehouse Site

Appendix A: Skills Assessment 1

Appendix B: Optional Topics

  • B.1 Using QuickCalc
  • B.2 Additional Zoom Commands
  • B.3 Additional Text Tools
  • B.4 Additional Dimensioning Tools
  • B.5 Creating Boundaries and Regions
  • B.6 Modifying Length

Appendix C: Skills Assessment 2

Appendix D: AutoCAD Certification Exam Objectives

  • A working information of fundamental plan/drafting techniques and phrasing.
  • A working learning of your working framework.

Note: Course may fulfill your neighborhood proceeding with training building and reviewing necessities. Check with your state board or common association to confirm your prerequisites.

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