About AutoCAD Software
AutoCAD stands for Autodesk Computer-Aided Design. It is a drafting and design software application developed and marketed by Autodesk. The AutoCAD software is used in industries, by architects, machine drawings, designers, graphic designers, city planners, managers, and other professionals worldwide.
About The Course
This course is designed for beginner and intermediate users. User without any prior knowledge of software can easily learn the course. The course is compatible with almost all the versions of AutoCAD.
This course contains a detailed explanation of AutoCAD commands and their applications to solve drafting and design problems. Every command is thoroughly explained with the help of examples and illustrations. This makes it easy for users to understand the functions and applications in the drawing. After going through this course, you will be able to use AutoCAD commands to make a drawing, dimension a drawing, applying constraints, insert texts and blocks, generate drafting views of the model, use CAD Standards, and advanced applications in AutoCAD software.
This course covers basic drafting and designing concepts such as dimension principles, and assembly drawing that equip the users with the essential drafting skills to solve problems in AutoCAD. While going through this course, the user will learn some advanced tools introduced in the recent.
This course was designed for the complete beginner, with practice files and a realistic project to allow you to put into practice the skills as you learn them. Throughout this AutoCAD course, you'll be creating your own real-world realistic project that is indicative of the kind you might be asked to create in the workplace. You will learn how to produce a professional drawing to industry standards and hopefully inspire you to do even more!
You will begin right at the start and learn how to set up the software in order to use AutoCAD the way most people in the industry like to use it. You will learn basic selection, creation, and modification techniques first before following along as we put those skills into practice to create a building layout together.