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Syllabus for Autodesk Auto CAD Duration 30hrs

Chapter- I

1) 2D Drawing Construction: Introduction Loading Auto CAD, Screen Organization Entering Auto CAD Commands, Menus, Command Line, Functions Key Coordinate System, entering, distances and angles Basic drawing commands: (point, line, arc, circle, polygon, ellipse, donut, pline) Starting a new drawing, naming and saving, ending session, ray, multiline, sketch 2) Drawing Aids in Auto CAD: Units, Limits, status, snap grid, ortho, rotated, snap, osnap and options. Blip mode, use of functions keys layers, right click customization Managing drawing files (end, save, quit, files rename) 3) Drawing tools in Auto CAD: Help, undo and u, redo, point, filters Display commands: zoom, pan, redraw, redraw all, regen, regenall, regenauto, view, viewers Calculator/Geometric Calculator 4) Modifying commands in Auto CAD Erase, offset, oops, copy, scale, array, move, break, trim, fillet, chamfer, mirror, rotate, pedit, select, pdsize, pdmode, setvar, stretch extend, use of grips, change, chdrop, ddmodify, explode, divide, match property 5) Getting Information in Auto CAD: Id, dist, area, list, dblist, status, time 6) Fine Tuning drawings in Auto CAD: Hatching, ucsicon, line type, ltscale, isoplane and isometric, elevation, layering hatch patterns, colors 7) Working with in Auto CAD: Text, dtext, justifying text, text fonts, ddedit, entext, dmodify, style, qtext, special text 8) Grouping in Auto Text Block, wblock, insert, minsert, explode, base, external reference, organizing a block library 9) Dimensioning in Auto CAD: Dimension styles, dimensioning commands, tolerance, limits, dimension setup, dimension variables, dimension scale

Chapter- II 10) 3D drawing Construction: Basic Features, 3D entries, 3D viewing, using meshes, CAD photography, making slides. 11) Modeling and editing solids 12). Rendering and solids Rendering commands and rendering, permissive solid models, solid modeling 3D Co-ordinates, 3D views, using UCS, Standard view points. Shading, using 3D orbit, perspective view Creating 3D surface, Creating 3D solids and editing Drawing standard shapes (Box, Sphere, cylinder, cone, wedge, pyramid) Creating expended solids, revolution command Union, subtract, intersection, slice commands Majoring, moving and rotating in 3D Colouring face and edges, clearing and separating Listing solid Majoring by MASSPROP Command Rendering in 3D, creating lights, working with materials. Chapter-III 13) Plotting Drawings Device information Pen arrangements Other parameters, paper size, and orientation Scale, rotation and origin, paper space Model space, tile mode, Mview, vplayeer, zoom xp 14) Project work

Note: Students are required to give practical examination after the completion of the course.