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Workplace Skills for Success with AutoCAD 2010 Basics Through Advanced

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ISBN-10: 0135079292

ISBN-13: 9780135079294

Edition: 2010

Authors: Gary Koser, Dean Zirwas, Autodesk Inc Staff

List price: $123.20
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Description:

This text is appropriate for Introductory and Advanced courses in AutoCAD.Workplace Skills for Success with AutoCAD 2010 takes a layered learning approach and addresses the full spectrum of AutoCAD capabilities. Focusing on tangible skills (not just a lengthy list of AutoCAD commands), it addresses both 2D and 3D techniques within the context of a workplace environment. Designed around the "Draw-Modify-Dimension-Print" cycle, it presents topics in a production based order. Offering numerous projects, assignments, examples and tutorials, it builds skills gradually and draws from the fields of architecture, mechanical engineering and civil engineering throughout.
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Book details

List price: $123.20
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 6/16/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 792
Size: 8.50" wide x 10.75" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 3.542
Language: English

AutoCAD Introduction and Overview
Creating and Working with AutoCAD Files
Fundamental Drawing and Modifying Commands
Fundamental Viewing and Inquiry Commands
Elementary Dimensioning
Fundamentals of the Plot/Printing Process
Intermediate Drawing and Modifying
Fundamentals of Layers, Groups, and Blocks
Editing with Grips
Tabels, Cells, and Fields Fundamentals
More About AutoCAD Screens and Commands
Advanced Drawing and Modifying Commands
Introduction to 3D Modeling
Creating 3D Objects
Modifying 3D Solid Objects
3D Presentations
3D Animations
Plotting 3D Models
AutoCAD File Formats and Raster Images
Advanced Blocks and Attribute Operations
The Styles of Autocad
Internet Utilities and Operations
Drawing Standards