Drawing Basics and Viewing your Drawing: AutoCAD 2021

Excel in creating AutoCAD Drawing and set it on a perfect view.
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Line Command in AutoCAD
Ray Command in AutoCAD
XLINE Command in AutoCAD
Order of Progression of Steps in AutoCAD
Zoom Command in AutoCAD
Pan Command in AutoCAD
Zoom Dynamic Command in AutoCAD

Requirements

  • Laptop or PC with 64 bit Windows 8.1 or above pre-installed
  • 8 Gb or above of RAM mounted on your system
  • AutoCAD 2012 or higher installed on your system

Description

This course will teach you how to start drawing effectively in AutoCAD.

The lessons taught in this course will allow you to explore the possibilities of utilizing the primal commands to their fullest. So you won't stay clueless when working on the AutoCAD program. Following topics have been covered in this course.

  • Line Command in AutoCAD

  • Ray Command in AutoCAD

  • XLINE Command in AutoCAD

  • Order of Progression of Steps in AutoCAD

  • Zoom Command in AutoCAD

  • Pan Command in AutoCAD

  • Zoom Dynamic Command in AutoCAD

AutoCAD is a prominent field that combines creativity with technical skills. AutoCAD is 2d and 3d modeling software in which we can create 2d, as well as some bigger complex 3d structures. CAD essentially stands for “Computer-Aided Design” or “Computer-Aided Drafting”. Before AutoCAD, it was very difficult to create house plans or any other designing which required too much manpower and time but after the invention of AutoCAD, all these issues have resolved because it includes the use of the computer. It is the pioneer software in jettisoning the difficulties of drawing on a sheet/ paper by hand.

AutoCAD is used widely in industries. It has diverse applications in different fields e.g. Architects are using this software for exterior and interior designing, Town Planners are using this software for scheme planning and designing, Mechanical Engineers for designing vehicle equipment, Electrical Engineers for wiring of different types of equipment, Interior designers for designing and placement of interior fixtures.

Advantages of using AutoCAD:

  • Productivity and Quality of Product

  • Precision and Accuracy

This course will help learn this software from beginner to skilled level. The main goal of this course is to develop and polish planning and designing skills. This course put you on the track of accomplishment by providing complete directions on how to become skilled in AutoCAD.

Who this course is for:

  • Civil Engineer
  • Electrical Engineer
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Draftsman
  • Engineering Graduates
  • Fire Fighting Engineer
  • Engineering Students

Course content

1 section14 lectures1h 21m total length
  • Line Command: Part 1
    06:05
  • Line Command: Part 2
    06:52
  • Line Command: Part 3
    04:55
  • Ray Command
    04:18
  • XLine Command: Part 1
    08:27
  • XLine Command: Part 2
    06:08
  • Learn the Full Course
    00:09
  • Order of Progression of Steps: Part 1
    07:37
  • Order of Progression of Steps: Part 2
    08:10
  • Order of Progression of Steps: Part 3
    06:43
  • Zoom Command: Part 1
    05:28
  • Zoom Command: Part 2
    05:29
  • Pan Command
    04:56
  • Zoom Dynamic Command
    05:55

Instructor

We are a company of experienced Mechanical Design Engineers
Sanjeev Kumar
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Sanjeev is Mechanical engineer with experience 20 years in design using software like Solidworks and Catia and had certified as an expert in using Solidworks and he is a member of the community of professional user of Excel

worked in many positions like manger of  Mechanical design engineers and instructor at Dasco  Company