Mode of learning : Online - Instructor Lead(LVC)
Domain / Subject : Engineering & Technology
Function : Information Technology(IT)
Trainer name : Martha Hollowell, Jennifer MacMillan
Duration : 80 Hours
Difficulty : Medium
If you’ve mastered AutoCAD’s 2D concepts and methods, you can take your skills to a new level by adding 3D tools to your repertoire. This program contains Autodesk certified curriculum and as such, it is an official training guide online. In this program, you’ll get a thorough grounding in the fundamentals of 3D and explore the main features of AutoCAD’s advanced 3D Modeling workspace. Many employers use AutoCAD 3D in their computer-aided design environment, and AutoCAD 3D skills will make you more competitive in fields including mechanical and civil engineering, architecture, and facilities planning and management. This program will also help you prepare for a portion of the Autodesk AutoCAD 2011 Certified Associate exam.
Upon completion of this program, you’ll be able to:
The program includes AutoCAD 2011 Course Notes, a quick reference guide.
Note: This program does not come with the AutoCAD 2011 software. Students must have access to this software before starting this program.
High-speed Internet is recommended. This program can only be taken on a PC or IBM-compatible computer. Computers that support the following browsers are adequate:
You will need Windows 7, Windows Vista (SP 1 or later), or Windows XP (SP 2 or later). You will also need Adobe Flash Player 8.
This course is for you if you’re interested in computer-aided design and you want to become proficient using AutoCAD 3D tools. You will need a working knowledge of the AutoCAD 2D interface and tools before starting the program.Before enrolling in this program, you should also have a basic knowledge of the Windows operating system and be comfortable installing software and loading files. You should have an Internet connection and e-mailing capabilities and be familiar with using the Internet.
All of our programs are self-paced and open enrollment, so you can start them when you want and finish them at your own pace.
Chapter 1: 3D Foundations
Chapter 2: Simple Solids
Chapter 3: Creating Solids & surfaces from 2D Objects
Chapter 4: Modifying in 3D Space
Chapter 5: Advanced Solid Editing
Chapter 6: Additional Editing Tools
Chapter 7: Refining the View
Chapter 8: Visualization
Chapter 9: Working Drawings from 3D Models
Chapter 10: Working with the User Coordinate System
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