AutoCAD 3D

AutoCAD 3D

In this training we will use different drawing tools and options in the user interface, such as lines, guides, modifiers and layers, and also explore working in the 2D and the 3D environment.
Then, we’ll learn how to use the different features of the software to draw a floor plan, several 3D models and put them all together into one final 3D model where we can explore different options using view styles.

Quick Start

Introduction to the 3rd dimension: -The Z Axis, the Right Hand Rule.

Working in 3D space: Specifying X,Y, Z coordinates in a 3D coordinate system – Defining a User Coordinate System (UCS) – Moving the UCS

Setting up and saving views: Orthographic & Isometric views – The 3D orbit tool – The Steering wheel – The View Cube

Shading objects (Visual styles) – Camera views – Saving views

Creating 3D objects: A predefined 3D Surface Mesh – A ruled surface mesh – A tabulated surface mesh – A surface of revolution mesh – An edge-Defined surface mesh

Creating 3D Solids: Defined primitive solid, polysolid, helix – Extruded solid – Revolved solid, solid by sweeping, by lofting – Composite solid (union, subtract, intersect) – Shell command

Editing in 3D: Rotating in 3D – Arraying in 3D – Mirroring in 3D – Trimming, extending, filleting, chamfering

Sectioning solids: Sectioning solids – Slicing solids

Editing faces of 3D solids (Solid editing): Extrude faces, Taper faces – Move, rotate, offset, delete, copy, color faces

Thicken faces –  Interference checking

Editing edges: Color, copy edges – Imprint, separate, cleaning solids

Using Materials: Color, transparency, texture – Modifying materials – Maps: diffuse, bump, opacity – Attaching materials – Material mapping

Using lights: Using the different types of lights – Using shadows – Modifying and deleting light

Rendering a drawing: Preparing models for rendering – Configuring rendering for different displays – Setting rendering conditions – Rendering selected objects

Working with raster images: Different types of image – Importing a raster image – Saving rendered output as image

Working with Viewports: Creating floating viewports – Controlling visibility in viewports – Editing viewports

Generating 2D drawings from 3D Solids: Solview – Soldraw – Solprof

Mesh Modeling: Mesh smoothing, refining – Convert to Solid or to Mesh – Subobject selection, Transform Gizmo

Section Planes, live section – Split mesh, extrude faces

Pre-Requisite: AutoCAD 2D
Duration: 30 Hours
Fees: 250 USD
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