About this Course
This introductory course will cover the core basics of AutoCAD. Users will learn how manipulate the software, create geometry, and create drawings. It will get a new user that has never touched the software up to speed and creating basic shop ready drawings. This course will benefit all industries using AutoCAD as their base software.
At Course Completion
Upon course completion, students will be able to:
- Navigate the AutoCAD User Interface
- Differentiate between Polar Coordinates versus Cartesian, and how certain tools can be used with each coordinate system.
- Use grips to manipulate geometry more efficiently.
- use object snaps to sketch precisely.
- Create tools such as lines, circles, and arcs.
- Modify geometry with move, copy, rotate and other modification tools
- Create, modify, and work with layers in a drawing.
- Annotate your drawing with text, tables, and dimensions
- Setup drawings for plotting
- User Interface
- Working with Ribbon
- The Command Line
- Open and closing Drawings
- Saving Files
- Using Templates
- Cartesian/ Polar
- Drawing line
- Concept of Grips
- Object Snaps
Drawing Simple Entities
- Arcs and Circles
- Polygons, Ellipses
Advanced Editing Features
Getting Data From Objects
- Properties Palette
- Quick Prop
Annotating Your Drawing
- Working with text
- Working with Multi-leaders
Plotting Your Drawing
|Course Dates||Course Times (EST)||Delivery Mode||GTR|
|9/9/2019 - 9/11/2019||8:30 AM - 5:00 PM||Virtual||Enroll|