AutoCAD 2004: 3D Drawing and Solid Modeling
Providing an exciting introduction to the world of three-dimensional drawing, this book covers coordinate systems, viewpoints, layouts (paper space), three-dimensional surface models, solid models, and mass property analysis. It presents a series of lessons and assignments that form a step-by-step approach to learning AutoCAD. Chapter topics include wireframe models, extrusions, and 3Dfaces; detailing of layouts; auxiliary views; DVIEW and 3D orbit; surface models; construction of solid models; profile views; and creating views with solview and soldraw. For individuals learning AutoCAD.
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COORDINATE SYSTEMS AND THREEDIMENSIONAL VIEWS
MODEL SPACE AND LAYOUTS
WIREFRAME MODELS EXTRUSIONS AND 3DFACES
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3D drawing 3D Orbit 3DFaces acceleration align angle AutoCAD auxiliary view axis camera point center of mass centroid circle clipping plane comer current UCS cursor cylinder density dialog box display dispsilh edge entities Example Exit dview extrusions four viewports freeze front view full-size hide command icon illustrated in Figure intersection layer mass properties menu model space moments of inertia mspace mview Omit dimensions osnap paper space units paper space views Pick point pictorial view pline plot polygon mesh profile lines profile views PUNE Reset right-hand rule right-side view rotate RULED SURFACES rulesurf scale the view sectional view Select objects shown in Figure slice solid model solprof solview and soldraw Specify splframe Step surface models three decimal places three-dimensional drawing three-dimensional model three-dimensional space titleblock toolbar top view User Coordinate System VIEWPOINT viewport frame views as shown volume weight Wireframe Model X-axis XY PLANE zoom