AutoCAD 2000: A Problem Solving Approach

Front Cover
Autodesk Press, 2000 - AutoCAD. - 1300 pages
With this truly comprehensive book, fully updated to AutoCAD 2000, users will learn 2D and 3D concepts and commands, customizing features, AutoLISP., DCL, DIESEL, ObjectARX, and Active X.. Users learn via examples, Notes and Tips, problem solving exercises, and new discipline-specific exercises as well as end-of-chapter review questions. ALSO AVAILABLE TEXT 2000, 0-7668-1234-0 TEXT R14, 0-7668-0129-2 Keywords: AutoCAD 2000

From inside the book

What people are saying - Write a review

AutoCAD 2006 : A Problem Solving Approach

User Review  - Not Available - Book Verdict

New versions of Autodesk's AutoCAD, the most popular PC-CAD software, appear regularly (see Computer Media,LJ 3/1/04). These official guides will update library collections. For beginners,Basics ... Read full review

AutoCADĀ® 2005: A Problem-Solving Approach

User Review  - Not Available - Book Verdict

New versions of AutoCAD appear like clockwork (see Computer Media, LJ 3/1/04), and all medium and larger public libraries and academic libraries serving drafting, design, or similar programs should ... Read full review

Contents

Basic AutoCAD
1-1
Draw Commands
2-1
Drawing Traces 224
2-24
Copyright

60 other sections not shown

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2000)

Sham Tickoo is a professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering Technology at Purdue University Calumet in Hammond, Indiana. He has been teaching CAD/CAM, AutoCAD, AutoLISP, drafting, and design since 1981. In addition to his academic career, he has worked as a machinist, quality control engineer, design engineer, and software developer. Mr. Tickoo's general research interests are in the design and development of new products, such as windmill turbines. He has authored and coauthored several books on CAD/CAM software and systems, including CATIA, NX, Pro/ENGINEER, SolidWorks, Solid Edge, Autodesk Inventor and 3ds Max. He received his M.S. in industrial technology from Northern Illinois University and his M.S. in industrial and management engineering from the University of Iowa.

Bibliographic information