AutoCAD 2004: 3D Drawing and Solid Modeling

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Pearson/Prentice Hall, Feb 1, 2004 - Computers - 161 pages
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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Contents

COORDINATE SYSTEMS AND THREEDIMENSIONAL VIEWS
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MODEL SPACE AND LAYOUTS
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WIREFRAME MODELS EXTRUSIONS AND 3DFACES
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