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Lesson Posted on 23 Mar IT Courses/Autocad IT Courses/CAD

AutoCAD Traning

Tickoo Institutes Of Emerging Technologies

TIET is a training division of CAD Soft Technologies, subsidiary of CADCIM Technologies, USA. CADCIM...

Course Description This module will introduce the students to the 3D Models. After the completion of this course, you will be able to use AutoCAD to create 3D Model, Surface, Mesh, Rendering and so on. Class Hours : Prerequisites: Need to be an Engineer/Technologist/Graduate with knowledge of... read more

Course Description

This module will introduce the students to the 3D Models. After the completion of this course, you will be able to use AutoCAD to create 3D Model, Surface, Mesh, Rendering and so on.

 

Class Hours :   

Prerequisites: Need to be an Engineer/Technologist/Graduate with knowledge of AutoCAD 2D.

 

Textbook: AutoCAD 2015: for Engineering and Designers (3D and Advanced) by Sham Tickoo and CADCIM Technologies.

 

Course Objectives

Upon completion of the course, trainees/students will be able to:

 

  1. Create 3D models.
  2. Create Surface.
  3. Create Mesh Object.

 

Evaluation: There will be one exam that every trainee/student must pass with 75% or better score to get a certificate of completion from TIET.

 

Suggested Learning Approach

In this course, you will study individually or within a group of your peers. As you work on the course deliverables, you are encouraged to share ideas with your peers and instructor, work collaboratively on projects and team assignments, raise critical questions, and provide constructive feedback.

 

 

 

 

Detailed Course Outline

 

Unit Heading

Unit Outcomes

Unit Topics

1.Introduction

· Upon completion of this unit, the students are expected to:

· Why use 3D?

· Introduction to 3D modeling workspace.

· Coordinate system.

· Types of 3D models.

· 3D Navigation tools.

· 3D Viewing tools.

· Setting viewport display.

· World coordinate system.

· User coordinate system and its settings.

2. Getting started with 3D Modeling

· Solid Modeling

· Solid Editing

· Section Plane

 

 

 

· Working with Solid Primitives.

· Solid Primitive Types.

· Extrude, Sweep, Loft, Revolve etc. of Solids.

· Boolean Operations, Fillet, Chamfer etc. of Solid Objects.

· Generate Section, Live Section, Flatshot etc. of Solids.

3. Getting started with Surfacing

· Create Surface

· Edit Surface

 

 

· Planar, Sweep, Extrude etc . Of Surface.

· Blend, Patch, Offset of Surface.

· Trim & Untrim of Surfaces.

4. Mesh

· Mesh Modeling.

· Mesh Editing.

 

· Meshing of Primitives.

· Smooth object.

· Extrude, Split, Merge Face.

· Conversion to Mesh.

5. Visualization

· Visual Styles.

· Rendering.

 

· About Visual Styles.

· Use of Light, Material, Sun.

· Overview of Render.

· About Render Environment and Render presets.

· About Render window.

· Controlling Render Output Size.

· Use of Camera and Views.

6. Practice/Test

 

 

 

List of Assignments

 

 

Chapter Number

Tutorial /Exercise Reference

Class / Home

02

Tut1, Tut 2

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Exer 1,Exer 2

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Tut1, Tut2

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04

Tut1, Tut2

Class

 

Exer 1,Exer 2

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05

Tut1, Tut2

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Exer 1,Exer 2

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06

Tut1, Tut2

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07

Tut1, Tut2

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Tut1, Tut2

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Portfolio:

Every trainee/student will make a portfolio (Binder) that will contain the following in the order listed:

 

  • Training completion certificate e to student by TIET
  • Course syllabus
  • All assignments (Tutorials and Exercises)
  • Tests/Exams taken by the student
  • Any projects done in the class
  • A short summary by the student about how this training session has helped him/her.
  • Membership certificate of “Emerging Technologies Club” with student’s picture.
  • Class picture with the instructor.
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Lesson Posted on 03 Jan IT Courses/Autocad

Autodesk AutoCAD Introduction

Kamal Garg

I am a Civil Engineer with four years experience in Civil Engineering and Design. I have excellent skills...

Hello! I like to tell you Introduction to autocad 2014 interface. AutoCAD is around for 30 yrs and is standard software tool for drafting and drawing. Engineer uses autocad in varies discipline of engineering and professions. In this blog we will learn more about AutoCAD. Starting with Introduction... read more

Hello! I like to tell you Introduction to autocad 2014 interface. AutoCAD is around for 30 yrs and is  standard software tool for drafting and drawing. Engineer uses autocad in varies discipline of engineering and professions. In this blog we will learn more about AutoCAD. Starting with Introduction to AutoCAD 2014 Interface, then we will move further in coming blogs. You will learn more with practice step by step.

Now lets start with Introduction to AutoCAD 2014 Interface.

As you open the AutoCAD application by double clicking on it you will see a window of AutoCAD called the AutoCAD Interface. which will look like this:

Now I will tell you more about Introduction to AutoCAD Interface.

1) Application Menu: The red icon on the top left corner of interface is called Application menu. which holds the all menus necessary for accessing the files in AutoCAD. always remember to click once double clicking will end your session. Application Menu looks like:

2) Quick Access Bar: this bar is on the right side of the application menu icon on top of AutoCAD 2014 Interface. In this bar, icons which are frequently used. like New, Open, Save, Save As etc. Quick access bar looks like:

3) Ribbon: Ribbon is strip which is the  GUI interface for the commands so that user can access the command graphically.  it lies just below the quick access bar .It has two part two part tabs and panel.to hide the ribbon you ca either use [ctrl+0] or type a command[Ribbonclose +enter] which looks like:

4) Information Bar: Information bar gives you the information of the drawing currently you are working in.

5) Drawing Canvas : drawing canvas is the black space in AutoCAD Interface where user draw the objects.

6) Drafting settings: Drafting settings are the command settings which will help you to you work efficiently and accurately. it contains settigs like ortho, snap/grid, osnap etc.command to settings is [Ds enter].

7) UCS: UCS is the icon on the lower left corner of the AutoCAD Interface. it stand for User Coordinate System and represents coordinate system in x-y plane.

8) Cross Hair: Cross hair is the name of the cursor in the AutoCAD. It has two perpendicular lines and a square in the center which is called aperture. you can change the size of the cross hair and aperture individually.

To change cross hair size: Go to Application menu Or  Right-click on screen>> options>> display>> cross hair size.

To change aperture size: Go to Application menu Or  Right-click on screen>> options>> drafting>> aperture size.

9) Command Line: Command is very important for the beginners. this section provide you the information of activated command you are working in.command line can be activated and deactivated with shortcut [ctrl+9].

10) Navigation Bar: navigation bar provide you control over the drawing sheet and drawing object so that you can pan and zoom in/out. This feature helps you to easily work at a definite section of the drawing as you like.

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Answered on 12/11/2017 IT Courses/Autocad

Suhail Akhtar

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You can do it by scale command scale object by dividing example scale object 1/12 for feet to inch.
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Answered on 05/11/2017 IT Courses/Autocad

Gayatri Desai

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Revit and 3D max which is mostly used 3D softwares for Architecture work and views
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Answered on 07/12/2017 IT Courses/Autocad

Which is the best software for automobile engineering, CATIA or AutoCAD or Inverted?

Gyan Group Ranjhi

catia
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Answered on 30/10/2017 IT Courses/Autocad

What is the best option after Civil Engineering if you are not placed from college?

Prabhakar M.

Auto Cad Trainer

after doing civil enginerring you work in medium size or small companies gain ample of knowledge and move on
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Answered on 06/12/2017 IT Courses/Autocad

Is there any website from where I can download completed architectural AutoCAD projects for students?

Brilliant Academy

3D max & Google sketch up will help u lot a in 3d modelling & for 2D better to go for AutoCAD.
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Answered on 31/10/2017 IT Courses/Autocad

How do I start a career in mechanical design after a diploma in mechanical engineering, with AutoCAD and SolidWorks?

Kranthi Kumar

Educationalist

Hi Naved khalique According my opinion,AUTOCAD IS BEST because auto cad is basic design software where u can learn design as (alphabets ) by alphabets u can make words by other software .
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Answered on 31/10/2017 IT Courses/Autocad

Archi Tech

First you need to learn the basis of AUTOCAD then you can proceed for civil 3d as it is a highway, town plan etc software
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Answered on 10/11/2017 IT Courses/Autocad

Arunava Sarkar

Trainer

AUTOCAD can be best learned by taking a short course and following it up by practicing on a project. Unless there is practice the commands can be easily forgotten. It is also very important to understand the process of drawing/drafting/modeling as the versions keep on upgrading with frequent changes... read more
AUTOCAD can be best learned by taking a short course and following it up by practicing on a project. Unless there is practice the commands can be easily forgotten. It is also very important to understand the process of drawing/drafting/modeling as the versions keep on upgrading with frequent changes in menus(command locations) read less
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