AutoCAD 2D/3D

Program Summary
This 40-hour hands-on AutoCAD training class offered in ORION Institute covers the basic AutoCAD commands necessary to create, edit and plot a drawing. Fundamental concepts of creating, editing, dimensioning, viewing, managing and plotting two-dimensional drawings will be covered.

Who Should Attend?
This course is designed to bring the drafter, designer, engineer or new user to a productive level of experience. It is an appropriate course of all design disciplines and for individuals who edit, view or work with others that create design content.

Program Prerequisites:
No previous CAD experience necessary. However, drafting, design or engineering experience is a plus. A working knowledge of Windows-based operating systems is preferred.

Course Content:
Launching AutoCAD, AutoCAD menus, user interface, screen layout, drawing setup procedures, function keys, basic 2D drawing creation commands, file management commands, setting drawing precision, coordinate input systems, editing commands and features, setting and using layers, inquiring about drawing information, introduction to block creation, hatching, introduction to dimensioning techniques, drawing template creation, object snaps, display manipulation commands for object viewing, basic editing techniques, text annotation creation and usage, basic plotting techniques in model space and with paper space layouts, page setups and plot style tables.

Course Outline:
This is a detailed outline for the 40-hour AutoCAD 2D/3D course. It incorporates the fundamentals commands and features of creating and editing 2D drawings in AutoCAD and the techniques for using those into one hands-on course.

Application
1. Interior Designing
2. Architectural Engineering
3. Mechanical Engineering
4. Electrical Designing