Basic Drafting Using Pencil Sketches and AutoCAD

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Prentice Hall, 2003 - Computers - 472 pages
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For freshman-level courses in Technical Drafting, Basic Drafting, Engineering Graphics, and Beginning AutoCAD. Totally self-contained, this book teaches the fundamentals of drafting through the use of sketches on gridded paper done with triangles, a circle template, and a minimum of other tools and supplies (only a pencil and eraser are absolutely necessary). In addition, this text integrates a practical [and empowering] introduction to AutoCAD, providing sample drawings on a CD-ROM that are the same as, or similar to, the pencil sketches found in the text. **Published in an earlier version as Learning Basic Drafting Using Pencil Sketches and AutoCAD .

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Contents

Introduction
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Tutorials in This Book
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AutoCAD Fundamentals
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