Advanced AutoCAD 2009: Exercise Workbook

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Industrial Press Inc., 2008 - Technology & Engineering - 448 pages
Contains step-by-step instructions on how to create customized borders, title blocks, page setups, Isometric drawings, DesignCenter, Xref, Attributes, Ordinate dimensioning, Geometric Tolerances and more. This title also includes the 3D Workspace, command enhancements, and features such as: Sweep, Helix, Pyramid and Presspull. Continue your AutoCAD education with this companion to the "Beginning" workbook. Completely updated for AutoCAD 2009 and 2009 LT software, this workbook includes 21 non-intimidating, easy to follow lessons and 3 on-the-job type projects in Architecture, Electro-mechanical and Mechanical fields. Containing step-by-step instructions on how to create customized borders, title blocks, page setups, Isometric drawings, DesignCenter, Xref, Attributes, Ordinate dimensioning, Geometric Tolerances and more, it also includes the powerful new 3D Workspace, command enhancements, and new features such as: Sweep, Helix, Pyramid and Presspull. The basics for 3D solid modeling, such as using solid primitives, Boolean operations, extrude, slice, rotate, revolve, dimension and print are also covered.
 

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Contents

Creating a Ribbon tab
2-5
Select a Workspace 211
2-12
Decimal Setup
3-2
Lesson 5
5-1
Exercises
5-15
Lesson 6
6-1
Lesson 7
7-1
Exercises
7-7
Exercises
13-14
Drawing basic geometric shapes 142
14-2
Configuring options for 3D 152
15-2
Boolean Operations 158
15-8
Lesson 16
16-1
Polysolid 167
16-7
Lesson 17
17-1
Lesson 18
18-1

Block
8-1
Attributes
8-9
Dynamic Blocks 824
8-24
Lesson 9
9-1
Exercise
9-12
Exercise
10-8
Clipping an External Referenced drawing 118
11-8
Creating Multiple Viewports and Multiple Xrefs 1113
11-15
Ordinate dimensioning 122
12-2
Lesson 13
13-2
Solid Editing 187
18-7
Lesson 19
19-1
Exercises
19-7
Lesson 20
20-2
Create a Table 212
21-1
Table Breaking 2114
21-14
Exercises
21-32
Electromechanical
8
APPENDICES
37
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About the author (2008)

Cheryl Shrock is a retired Professor and Chairperson of Computer Aided Design at Orange Coast College in California. The AutoCAD ExerciseWorkbooks are the result of both her teaching skills and her industry experience. She also is an Autodesk® registered author.

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