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BEST AUTOCAD TRAINING  INSTITUTE & AUTODESK CERTIFICATIONS

IN KOLKATA

WE ARE PROVIDING THE FOLLOWING COURSES ON AUTOCAD 2020

MODULE 1

ADVANCED AUTODESK AUTOCAD 2D

Lesson 1: Introduction To AutoCAD

This lesson covers basic drafting and design concepts that will provide you with the essential drafting skills to build, detail, and distribute the drawings you require. The following contents will be cover under this lesson

  • Understand the AutoCAD User Interface

  • Work effectively with DWG Files

  • Learn about AutoCAD Help and Online Features

 

Lesson 2: Starting With Sketching

In this lesson, we introduce AutoCAD 2D sketching tools for basic geometry creation. The following contents will be covered under this lesson

  • Drawing Lines

  • Understand the AutoCAD coordinate systems

  • Adjust the Units

  • Utilize Drawing Aids

  • Creating Polylines

  • Drawing other 2D shapes

 

Lesson 3: Working With Drawing Aids

AutoCAD includes many drafting aids to assist in the creation and modification of geometry. Understanding these tools and using them in your regular processes ensures you are as efficient as possible. The following contents will be covered under this lesson

  • Using Grid and Snap

  • Utilizing Object Snaps and Object Snap Tracking

  • Polar Tracking

 

Lesson 4: Editing Sketched Objects

Being able to edit objects effectively is just as important as being able to create objects effectively. AutoCAD provides many tools for modify the position, size, and properties of the objects within your drawings. The following contents will be covered under this lesson

  • Selecting Objects Effectively

  • Move, Copy, Rotate, Scale, and Stretch

  • How to duplicate objects

  • Separating and Joining objects

 

Lesson 5: Layers

Layers provide a method to organize and categorize the objects in your drawings. In this section, we explore creating and managing layers and organizing the drawing’s objects on the appropriate layers. The following contents will be covered under this lesson

  • How to create layers

  • Editing layers

  • Assigning layers to objects

  • Utilizing layer tools to manage layer

 

Lesson 6: Advanced Editing Sketched Objects

AutoCAD provides many tools for viewing and adjusting the properties of the objects you create. The following contents will be covered under this lesson

  • Using Grips to make changes

  • Utilizing the Properties Manager to adjust properties

  • Making quick selections

  • Matching Properties

 

Lesson 7: Creating Text And Tables

Annotating your drawing is important for communication with others. AutoCAD provides many tools including adding text and tables, and features for managing the scale of these annotative features. The following contents will be covered under this lesson

  • Utilizing Annotation Scale

  • Adding Text

  • Inserting Tables

  • Checking the spelling  

 

Lesson 8: Dimensioning And Detailing Your Drawings

Dimensions are important in the communication of information and are a key component of a complete drawing. The following contents will be covered under this lesson

  • Understand why we dimension

  • Understand how to apply dimensions

  • Understand how to manage the appearance of dimensions

 

Lesson 9: Editing Dimensions

AutoCAD provides many tools for working with dimensions. The following contents will be covered under this lesson

  • Modifying dimensions using grips

  • Modifying dimensions using the Properties Palette

  • Modifying dimensions using other built-in features

  • Understanding the differences between dimensioning in model space vs. paper space

 

Lesson 10: Dimension Styles

The appearance of dimensions with your drawings is controlled by a set of variables. These variables are managed using dimension styles. The following contents will be covered under this lesson

  • Create Dimension Styles

  • Use Dimension Style Overrides

  • Apply Dimension Styles

 

Lesson 11: Hatching Drawings

Use Hatch to visually identify sections and key areas within your drawings. Hatch is a series of repeating objects or solid filled areas grouped into a single object.

The application of Hatch is important to distinguish between different areas or components within the drawing. Example uses of Hatch include differentiating parts or components of an assembly in a section view, to identify different areas within an architectural building design, and to indicate levels within in terrain and contour maps. The following contents will be covered under this lesson

  • Create Hatch using the Hatching tools

  • Understand the differences between associative, non-associative, and annotative hatching

  • Edit Hatch

  • Work with Hatch boundaries

 

Lesson 12: Shared Views, Named Views And Viewports

AutoCAD provides new and improved tools for communicating with others. This includes Shared Views to share your designs with others and improved view and viewport tools for documenting your designs The following contents will be cover under this lesson

  • Understand AutoCAD Shared Views

  • Creating and Managing Shared Views

  • Using the improved Named View features

  • Utilize the updated Viewport Grips

 

Lesson 13: Paper Space

As you build your drawings all objects go into model space. However, when it comes to detailing, annotation, and plotting you can utilize Model Space or Paper Space Layouts. The following contents will be covered under this lesson

  • Understand the concepts of model space and paper space

  • Create viewports

  • Manage the visibility of objects

  • Integrate Annotation Scales

 

Lesson 14: Plotting And Publishing Drawings

To distribute drawings to others you may need to print to paper or create an electronic file like a DWF or PDF.

  • Plotting drawings

  • Configuring plotters

  • How to Batch Publish

  • Create, use and modify plot styles

 

 Lesson 15: Template Drawings

Like many applications, templates provide a way within AutoCAD to start new drawings utilizing preconfigured settings. Templates additionally provide a way to help maintain CAD standards and consistency as everyone is starting from the same base. The following contents will be covered under this lesson

  • How to create template drawings

  • How to create new drawings from a template

  • How to customize templates

 

Lesson 16: Working With Blocks

A block is a way of collecting and grouping objects into a single entity. As a single entity, it becomes easier to select, to manipulate (move, copy, rotate, etc.), and easier to share across multiple drawings. Using blocks leads to consistency and standardization as you and your company use the same symbol in all drawings. The following contents will be covered under this lesson

  • Create and insert blocks

  • Use the DesignCenter to locate, preview, copy, or insert blocks

  • Use the Tool Palettes to insert blocks

  • Modify a block

 

Lesson 17: AutoCAD Sheet sets

The Sheet Set feature in AutoCAD allows you to organize and manage multiple drawings as a single unit, called the Sheet Set. The following contents will be covered under this lesson

  • Creating a Sheet Set

  • Adding a Sheet

  • Archiving and Publishing

  • Placing Views

 

Lesson 18: Collaboration With AutoCAD

AutoCAD provides many tools for communicating and collaborating with others. This includes Shared Views to share your designs, publishing to shareable formats, and integration with Autodesk A360 and the online AutoCAD applications. The following contents will be covered under this lesson

  • What is Autodesk A360?

  • How to store AutoCAD Settings within A360

  • Opening from and saving to the mobile versions of AutoCAD

  • Creating Shared Views

  • Publishing to PDF

  • Publishing to DWF

MODULE 2

ADVANCED PROFESSIONAL AUTODESK AUTOCAD 3D & VISUALIZATION

Lesson 1: About AutoCAD 3D Modeling & Creating Solid Models

AutoCAD provides a rich environment to create 3D models, but prior to starting building 3D objects, it’s important to understand the environment. The following contents will be covered under this lesson

  • Understanding the User Coordinate System

  • Manipulating the view

  • Changing the view style

  • Using standard AutoCAD commands in 3D

 

Lesson 2: Fundamentals About Editing 3D Objects

AutoCAD provides many tools for making changes to your existing solid models. The following contents will be covered under this lesson

  • Utilize the SOLIDEDIT suite of tools to make changes to the solids and their edges and faces

  • Move, Rotate, Scale, and Mirror your objects in 3D

  • Use other features to make changes

 

Lesson 3: Implementation About Creating Views

AutoCAD provides many features for generating views of your models so that you can create proper documentation. The following contents will be covered under this lesson

  • Generating Sections

  • Using SOLDRAW, SOLVIEW, and SOLPROF

  • Creating Drawing Views from your 3D models

  • Calculating the Mass Properties

 

Lesson 4: About Surface Modeling

Within AutoCAD, we use the surface modelling tools to create procedural and NURBS surfaces. Surface models are three-dimensional (3D) models of zero thickness and are advantageous when creating. The following contents will be covered under this lesson

  • Create Splines

  • Create Surfaces by Using Profiles

  • Create Surfaces from Other Surfaces

  • Modify Existing Surfaces

  • Manipulate Control Vertices of a NURBS Surface

  • Project Geometries onto a Surface

  • Perform Analysis on Surfaces

 

Lesson 5: Fundamentals About Mesh Modeling

Mesh models are like solid models in construction, but provide methods to directly manipulate the surfaces to create freeform, aesthetically pleasing models. The following contents will be covered under this lesson

  • Creating standard mesh primitives

  • Creating mesh surfaces

  • Smooth, refine, and crease mesh objects

  • Edit mesh faces

  • Convert mesh objects to solids and surfaces

  • Work with gizmos

 

Lesson 6: Rendering And Animating Designs

As a picture tells a thousand words, a rendered image makes it easier to visualize your design with a realistic view of the shape and size of the 3D objects. A rendered object also makes it easier to express your design ideas to other people. The following contents will be covered under this lesson

  • Create Renderings

  • Create and apply materials

  • Add lights and cameras

  • Work with the background

  • Create animations

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