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This course contents What's New in AutoCAD, Essentials for New Users, 2D Parametric Design, 3D Modeling, Plotting and Publishing, Blocks, Attributes and Dynamic Blocks, Creating Reusable Content.
This course demonstrates the main features of AutoCAD Mechanical. Understand how to use the core design tools (Power Snap, Rectangles, Hatch, Fillet, Chamfers, Centerlines, Construction, and Lines) to create and modify geometry in your drawings. Discover how to place and edit dimensions using annotation tools (Power Dimensions, Automatic Dimensions, Mechanical Symbols, Editing Dimensions, and Hole Charts). Comprehend how to access and use the time saving power tools (Power Edit, Power Erase, Power View, Power Recall, and Power Copy). Work with the BOM database to view / add parts list, part references and balloons to your drawings. Access and insert standard mechanical content into your designs (Standard Fasteners, Standard Features, Screw Connections, Component Generators, Calculators, and Springs). Delve into how to use the IGES translator using a simple example. Other tools (Mechanical Structure Concept, Layer Groups, Part Reference, and Associative Hide) are introduced for working WITHOUT Mechanical structure. Users with previous AutoCAD experience will understand the benefits and appreciate the time saving utilities of AutoCAD Mechanical.
After completing the AutoCAD Electrical course, you will be able to navigate the user interface and follow basic electrical design workflows, manage projects, manage multiple drawing and inter-drawing relationships in projects, insert wires, add wire numbers, manage circuits, and create point-to-point wiring diagrams and drawings, insert and annotate schematic symbols, edit drawings with commands, extract information for Bill of Materials and Wiring, and create and annotate panel layout drawings, including using the Terminal Strip Editor.
Learn how to use the AutoCAD P&ID to create, design and manage piping and instrumentation designs. This online course will take users through the interface and key tools, using AutoCAD P&ID projects, adding P&ID geometry, P&ID annotations, P&ID drawing validation, drawing environment configuration, and communication and data exchange.