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This workshop focusses from Basics concepts in the field of designing and increases the imagination power of the students 2-d designing is the 1st design after making the 2-d view of any element it is necessary to provide the accurate dimension to our parts and finally we make the 3-d view of our element. It is necessary to the students to 1st the 2-d design. It covers introduction of designing, 2-d design, drafting and dimensioning,presenting design sheet and in the final work on some project.


Session 1:

  • Taking the AutoCAD Tour
  • Navigating the Working Environment
  • Working with Files
  • Displaying Objects

Session 2:

  • Creating Basic Drawings
  • Inputting Data
  • Creating Basic Objects
  • Using Object Snaps
  • Using Polar Tracking and PolarSnap
  • Using Object Snap Tracking
  • Working with Units

Session 3

  • Manipulating Objects
  • Selecting Objects in the Drawing
  • Changing an Object's Position
  • Creating New Objects from Existing Objects
  • Changing the Angle of an Object's Position
  • Creating a Mirror Image of Existing Objects
  • Creating Object Patterns
  • Changing an Object's Size

Session 4

  • Drawing Organisation & Inquiry Commands
  • Using Layers
  • Changing Object Properties
  • Matching Object Properties
  • Using the Properties Palette
  • Using Linetypes

Session 5

  • Altering Objects
  • Trimming & extending Objects to defined boundaries
  • Creating parallel & offset geometry
  • Joining objects
  • Breaking an object into two objects
  • Applying a Radius Corner to Two Objects
  • Creating an angled corner between two objects
  • Changing part of an object's shape
  • Annotating the Drawing
  • Creating Multiline Text
  • Creating Single Line Text
  • Using Text Styles
  • Editing Text

Session 6

  • Dimensioning
  • Creating Dimensions
  • Using Dimension Styles
  • Editing Dimensions
  • Using Multileaders
  • Creating Additional Drawing Objects
  • Working with Polylines
  • Creating Splines
  • Creating Ellipses
  • Using Tables

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