3D AutoCAD 2006: One Step at a Time

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Forager Publications, Mar 1, 2005 - Architecture - 344 pages
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The latest in the wildly popular One Step at a Time series, 3D AutoCAD 2006: One Step at a Time includes everything you'll need to know to work productively in the 3-Dimensional world of the world's most popular design program. Our familiar three-column instructional approach (Tools - Command Sequence - Steps) is still unsurpassed in AutoCAD training programs. The author's friendly style and mastery of the material makes readers and students alike feel as though he's sitting at their elbow while they work. He turns 3D AutoCAD into a fun learning experience! The 2006 text has been fully updated as well as being reformatted to reduce the cost to readers. Additionally, the eBook is now in full color and has been reformatted to reduce download time/size! Table of Contents Lesson 1: "Z" Basics Lesson 2: More of Z Basics Lesson 3: Wireframes and Surface Models Lesson 4: Predefined Surface Models Lesson 5: Complex Surface Models Lesson 6: Z-Space Editing Lesson 7: Solid Modeling Building Blocks Lesson 8: Composite Solids Lesson 9: Editing 3D Solids Lesson 10: Three-Dimensional Blocks and Plotting Tools Lesson 11: Is It Real or Is It Rendered?

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Timothy Sean Sykes" has been an instructor at Houston Community College and North Harris College in Houston, TX for the past 7 years. Tim has a degree in secondary education from Lamar University. Prior to teaching, he spent 16 years as a designer in the Piping, Furniture, Structural, and Display fields. Tim has extensive writing experience; he has worked as a freelance writer, published two cookbooks, written a newsletter, published two field guides for edible wild plants, and has written assembly instructions for modular and furniture construction articles.

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