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Amruta Patil , Interior Designer. Muhammad Riyasat. Ahmad Farooq. Michael Maligaya. No Downloads. Views Total views. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. Introduction to auto cad 2d and 3d design 1. Introduction to AutoCAD 2. This page intentionally left blank 3. Published by Elsevier Ltd. Ltd, Pondicherry, India www. Dimensions and Text 99 Aims of this chapter 99 Introduction 99 The Dimension tools 99 Adding dimensions using the tools Adding dimensions from the command line Dimension tolerances Text Symbols used in text Checking spelling Revision notes Exercises vi Contents 7.
Orthographic and isometric Aim of this chapter Orthographic projection First angle and third angle Sectional views Isometric drawing Examples of isometric drawings Revision notes Exercises 8.
Hatching Aim of this chapter Introduction Revision notes Exercises 9. Sheet sets Aims of this chapter Sheet sets Revision notes Exercises Building drawing Aim of this chapter Building drawings Floor layouts Revision notes Exercises Contents vii 8. Saving and opening 3D model drawings Exercises Internet tools Aim of this chapter Emailing drawings The eTransmit tool Students taking examinations based on computer-aided design will find the contents of the book of great assistance.
The book is also suitable for those in industry who wish to learn how to construct technical drawings with the aid of AutoCAD and those who, having used previous releases of AutoCAD, wish to update their skills in the use of AutoCAD. The contents of the book are basically a graded course of work, consisting of chapters giving explanations and examples of methods of constructions, followed by exercises which allow the reader to practise what has been learned in each chapter.
The first 12 chapters are concerned with constructing technical drawing in two dimensions 2D. These are followed by chapters detailing the construction of three-dimensional 3D solid and surface model drawings and rendering. The book finishes with three appendices — printing and plotting; a list of tools with their abbreviations; and a list of some of the set variables upon which AutoCAD is based. A book of this size cannot possibly cover the complexities of all the methods for constructing 2D and 3D drawings available when working with AutoCAD However, it is hoped that by the time the reader has worked through the contents of the book, they will be sufficiently skilled with methods of producing drawing with the software, will be able to go on to more advanced constructions with its use and will have gained an interest in the more advanced possibilities available when using AutoCAD.
Alf Yarwood Salisbury This page intentionally left blank Styles toolbar docked to the right of the Standard toolbar. Layers toolbar docked under the Standard toolbar. Properties toolbar docked to the right of the Layers toolbar. Standard toolbar Fig. As with all palettes, an AutoHide icon and a right-click menu are included. Modify toolbar Fig. Menu bar and menus: The menu bar is situated under the title bar and contains names of menus from which commands can be selected.
Left-click 3D Views in the drop-down menu and a sub-menu appears, from which other sub-menus can be selected if required. The mouse as a digitiser Many operators working in AutoCAD will use a two-button mouse as the digitiser.
There are other digitisers which may be used — pucks with tablets, a three-button mouse etc. To operate this mouse pressing the Pick button is a left-click. Pressing the Return button is a right-click. Pressing the Return button usually has the same result as pressing the Enter key of the keyboard. When the wheel is pressed drawings in the AutoCAD screen can be panned. Moving the wheel forward enlarges zooms in the drawing on screen.
Moving the wheel backwards reduces the size of a drawing. The pick box at the intersection of the cursor hairs moves with the cursor hairs in response to movements of the mouse. The length of the cursor hairs can be adjusted in the Options dialog page Palettes A palette has already been shown — the Command palette. Two palettes which may be frequently used are the DesignCenter palette and the Properties palette.
These can be called to screen from the Tools drop-down menu Fig. DesignCenter palette: Fig. A fastener block drawing can be dragged from the DesignCenter for inclusion in a drawing under construction.
Properties palette: Fig. The polyline can be changed by the entering of new figures in the appropriate parts of the palette. Right-click in the title bar of the palette and a popup menu appears. Click on Control panels and click against all the names which appear in the sub-menu except 2D Draw control panel. This can be reduced in size by dragging at corners or edges, or hidden by clicking on the Auto-hide icon, or moved by dragging on the Move icon.
This panel holds all the tool icons contained in the Draw and Modify toolbars. These details are shown in Fig. Settings can be made in many of the dialogs, files can be saved and opened and changes can be made to variables. Examples of the parts of dialogs are shown in Figs 1. The first example is taken from the Select File dialog Fig. The second example shows part of the Options dialog Fig. The Options dialog can be opened with a click on Options.
Close dialog button: common to other dialogs. Popup list: a left-click on the arrow to the right of the field brings down a popup list listing selections available in the dialog. Buttons: a click on the Open button brings the selected drawing on screen.
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Embed Size px x x x x Choose Choose Start from the Windows program manager. WorkspacesAutoCAD workspaces are sets of menus, toolbars and dockable windows such as the Properties palette, DesignCenter, and the Tool palettes window that are grouped and organized so that you can work in a custom, task-oriented drawing environment. For example, the top control panel contains commands that create and modify 3D solids; the second control panel contains commands and controls used to navigate 3D models. Click on one of the panels to expand the display to show a slide-out panel that has additional controls.
Namun secara harfiahnya antara AutoCAD versi lama dengan versi terbaru hampir sama cara menggunakan fasilitasnya. Maka secara otomatis akan muncul layar kerja AutoCAD seperti pada gambar dibawah ini :. Toolbox : Berisi menu- menu toolbar yang digunakan saat kita bekerja 4. Pointer : Penunjuk Mouse.