Up and Running with AutoCAD 2019

2D Drafting and Design
 
 
Elsevier (Verlag)
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 2. August 2018
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  • 614 Seiten
 
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978-0-12-816623-9 (ISBN)
 

Up and Running with AutoCAD 2019: 2D Drafting and Design focuses on 2D drafting and design, making it more appropriate for a one-semester course. The book provides step-by-step instruction, examples and insightful explanations. From the beginning, the book emphasizes core concepts and the practical application of AutoCAD in engineering, architecture and design. Equally useful in instructor-led classroom training, self-study, or as a professional reference, the book is written with the user in mind by a long-time AutoCAD professional and instructor based on what works in the industry and the classroom.

  • Strips away complexities and reduces AutoCAD to easy-to-understand, basic concepts
  • Teaches the essentials of operating AutoCAD first, immediately building student confidence
  • Documents commands in a step-by-step explanation, including what the student needs to type in and how AutoCAD responds
  • Includes new exercises and projects for the AutoCAD 2019 version
  • Offers online bonus content on AutoCAD 3D basics


Elliot Gindis has used and taught AutoCAD in the New York City area since 1996, logging in well over 20,000 hours of screen time as a designer and consultant in a wide variety of architecture and engineering fields. From 1999 to 2008 he was on staff at the Pratt Institute of Design and as visiting instructor at the New York Institute of Technology (NYIT). He is currently president of Vertical Technologies Consulting and Design, an AutoCAD training firm, and has advised, consulted, or assisted more than 60 companies nationwide in using and optimizing AutoCAD. Elliot is part of the AutoDesk Developers Network and is a Certified Technical Trainer.
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978-0-12-816623-9 (9780128166239)
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  • Front Cover
  • Up and Running with AutoCAD 2019
  • Up and Running with Auto CAD 2019: 2D Drafting and Design
  • Copyright
  • Contents
  • About the Authors
  • Preface
  • WHAT IS AUTOCAD?
  • ABOUT THIS BOOK
  • TEACHING METHODS
  • TEXT ORGANIZATION
  • WHAT YOUR GOAL SHOULD BE
  • Acknowledgments
  • Level 1. Chapters 1-10
  • 1 - AutoCAD Fundamentals-Part I
  • 1.1 INTRODUCTION AND BASIC COMMANDS
  • Create Objects
  • Edit/Modify Objects
  • View Objects
  • 1.2 THE AUTOCAD ENVIRONMENT
  • 1.3 INTERACTING WITH AUTOCAD
  • Method 1. Type in the Commands on the Command Line
  • Method 2. Select the Commands From the Drop-Down Cascading Menus
  • Method 3. Use Toolbar Icons to Activate the Commands
  • Method 4. Use the Ribbon Tabs, Icons, and Menus
  • 1.4 PRACTICING THE CREATE OBJECTS COMMANDS
  • Line
  • Circle
  • Arc
  • Rectangle
  • 1.5 VIEW OBJECTS
  • Zoom
  • Pan
  • Regen
  • 1.6 PRACTICING THE EDIT/MODIFY OBJECTS COMMANDS
  • Erase
  • Move
  • Copy
  • Rotate
  • Scale
  • Trim
  • Extend
  • Offset
  • Mirror
  • Fillet
  • 1.7 SELECTION METHODS
  • 1.8 DRAWING ACCURACY-PART 1
  • Ortho (F8)
  • 1.9 DRAWING ACCURACY-PART 2
  • OSNAPs
  • ENDpoint
  • MIDpoint
  • CENter
  • QUADrant
  • INTersection
  • PERPendicular
  • 1.10 OSNAP DRAFTING SETTINGS
  • SUMMARY
  • REVIEW QUESTIONS
  • EXERCISES
  • 2 - AutoCAD Fundamentals-Part II
  • 2.1 GRIPS
  • 2.2 UNITS AND SCALE
  • 2.3 SNAP AND GRID
  • To Set Snap
  • To Set Grid
  • 2.4 CARTESIAN COORDINATE SYSTEM
  • 2.5 GEOMETRIC DATA ENTRY
  • Dynamic Input
  • Manual Input
  • 2.6 INQUIRY COMMANDS
  • Area
  • Point by Point
  • Object
  • Distance
  • List
  • ID
  • Radius and Angle
  • 2.7 ADDITIONAL DRAFTING COMMANDS
  • Explode
  • Polygon
  • Drawing Challenge-Star
  • Ellipse
  • Chamfer
  • Templates
  • Limits
  • Save
  • Help Files
  • TANgent OSNAP
  • Time
  • Drawing the Star
  • SUMMARY
  • REVIEW QUESTIONS
  • EXERCISES
  • Spotlight On: Architecture
  • 3 - Layers, Colors, Linetypes, and Properties
  • 3.1 INTRODUCTION TO LAYERS
  • What Are Layers?
  • Why Use Them?
  • Creating and Deleting Layers
  • Making a Layer Current
  • Assigning Layer Colors
  • Index Color
  • True Color
  • Color Books
  • Layer Freeze/Thaw and On/Off
  • Layer Lock/Unlock
  • 3.2 INTRODUCTION TO LINETYPES
  • 3.3 INTRODUCTION TO PROPERTIES
  • Properties Palette
  • Match Properties
  • Layers Toolbar
  • 3.4 IN-CLASS DRAWING PROJECT: FLOOR PLAN LAYOUT
  • Basic File Preparation
  • Starting the Floor Plan
  • Drawing the Inner Wall Geometry
  • Drawing the Doors and Windows
  • Doors
  • Windows
  • SUMMARY
  • REVIEW QUESTIONS
  • EXERCISES
  • 4 - Text, Mtext, Editing, and Style
  • 4.1 INTRODUCTION TO TEXT AND MTEXT
  • 4.2 TEXT
  • Editing Text
  • 4.3 MTEXT
  • Formatting Mtext
  • Ribbon Text Editing
  • 4.4 STYLE
  • 4.5 SPELL CHECK
  • 4.6 IN-CLASS DRAWING PROJECT: ADDING TEXT AND FURNITURE TO FLOOR PLAN LAYOUT
  • NEArest OSNAP
  • SUMMARY
  • REVIEW QUESTIONS
  • EXERCISES
  • Spotlight On: Mechanical Engineering
  • 5 - Hatch Patterns
  • 5.1 INTRODUCTION TO HATCH
  • 5.2 HATCH PROCEDURES
  • Step 1. Pick the Hatch Pattern You Want to Use
  • Step 2. Indicate Where You Want the Pattern to Go
  • Add: Pick Points
  • Add: Select Objects
  • Step 3. Fine-Tune the Pattern by Adjusting Scale and Angle (If Necessary)
  • Step 4. Preview the Pattern and Accept It If OK
  • 5.3 WORKING WITH HATCH PATTERNS
  • Exploding Hatch Patterns
  • Hatch Pattern Layers and Colors
  • Advanced Hatch Topics
  • Hatch Origin
  • Options
  • Islands
  • Gap Tolerance
  • 5.4 GRADIENT AND SOLID FILL
  • Solid Fill
  • 5.5 HATCHING USING THE RIBBON
  • 5.6 SUPERHATCH
  • 5.7 IN-CLASS DRAWING PROJECT: ADDING HATCH TO FLOOR PLAN LAYOUT
  • SUMMARY
  • REVIEW QUESTIONS
  • EXERCISES
  • 6 - Dimensions
  • 6.1 INTRODUCTION TO DIMENSIONS
  • 6.2 TYPES OF DIMENSIONS
  • Linear Dimensions
  • For Ribbon or Typing Input (Dim, Primary Method)
  • For Typing, Cascading Menus, Toolbar, or Ribbon Input (Quick Dim, Secondary Method)
  • For Typing, Cascading Menus, Toolbar, or Ribbon Input (Linear Dim, ``Legacy'' Method)
  • Aligned Dimension
  • Diameter Dimension
  • Radius Dimension
  • Angular Dimension
  • Continuous Dimensions
  • Baseline Dimensions
  • Leader and Multileader
  • Leader
  • Multileader
  • Secondary Dimensions
  • 6.3 EDITING DIMENSIONS
  • 6.4 CUSTOMIZING DIMENSIONS
  • Dimstyle
  • Step 1. Change the Units of the Dimensions
  • Step 2. Change the Font of the Dimensions
  • Step 3. Change the Arrowheads of the Dimensions
  • Step 4. Change the Fit (Size) of the Dimensions
  • 6.5 CENTER MARKS AND CENTERLINES
  • 6.6 IN-CLASS DRAWING PROJECT: ADDING DIMENSIONS TO FLOOR PLAN LAYOUT
  • SUMMARY
  • REVIEW QUESTIONS
  • EXERCISES
  • Spotlight On: Interior Design
  • 7 - Blocks, Wblocks, Dynamic Blocks, Groups, and Purge
  • 7.1 INTRODUCTION TO BLOCKS
  • Difference Between Blocks and Wblocks
  • Creating a Block
  • Retain
  • Convert to Block
  • Delete
  • 7.2 INSERT
  • 7.3 PURGE
  • 7.4 WBLOCKS
  • Retain
  • Convert to Block
  • Delete from drawing
  • 7.5 DYNAMIC BLOCKS
  • Actions and Parameters
  • Visibility
  • 7.6 GROUPS
  • SUMMARY
  • REVIEW QUESTIONS
  • EXERCISES
  • 8 - Polar, Rectangular, and Path Arrays
  • 8.1 POLAR ARRAY
  • Steps in Creating a Polar Array
  • Additional Operations with Polar Array
  • Legacy Polar Array (Pre-AutoCAD 2012)
  • 8.2 RECTANGULAR ARRAY
  • Steps in Creating a Rectangular Array
  • Additional Operations With Rectangular Array
  • Legacy Rectangular Array (Pre-AutoCAD 2012)
  • 8.3 PATH ARRAY
  • Steps in Creating a Path Array
  • Additional Operations With Path Array
  • 8.4 IN-CLASS DRAWING PROJECT: MECHANICAL DEVICE
  • SUMMARY
  • REVIEW QUESTIONS
  • EXERCISES
  • Spotlight On: Electrical Engineering
  • 9 - Basic Printing and Output
  • 9.1 INTRODUCTION TO PRINTING AND PLOTTING
  • 9.2 THE ESSENTIALS
  • What Printer or Plotter to Use
  • What Paper Size to Use
  • What Area to Plot
  • Extents
  • Window
  • Display and Limits
  • At What Scale to Plot
  • What Pen Settings to Use
  • What Orientation to Use
  • What Offset to Use
  • Miscellaneous
  • 9.3 THE PLOT DIALOG BOX
  • Preview
  • 9.4 PAGE SETUP MANAGER
  • SUMMARY
  • REVIEW QUESTIONS
  • EXERCISE
  • 10 - Advanced Output-Paper Space
  • 10.1 INTRODUCTION TO PAPER SPACE
  • What Is Paper Space?
  • 10.2 PAPER SPACE CONCEPTS
  • Layouts
  • Viewports
  • Floating Model Space
  • Modifying the Viewport
  • Polygonal Viewport
  • Scaling
  • Layers
  • Lock VP
  • Freeze VP
  • Text and Dims
  • Annotation
  • SUMMARY
  • REVIEW QUESTIONS
  • EXERCISES
  • Level 1. Answers to Review Questions
  • Level 2. Chapters 11-20
  • 11 - Advanced Linework
  • 11.1 INTRODUCTION TO ADVANCED LINEWORK
  • 11.2 PLINE (POLYLINE)
  • Pedit
  • Exploding a Pline
  • Additional Pline Options
  • Stretch
  • Add Vertex
  • Convert to Arc
  • Boundary
  • 11.3 XLINE (CONSTRUCTION LINE)
  • 11.4 RAY
  • 11.5 SPLINE
  • 11.6 MLINE (MULTILINE)
  • Modifying the Mline
  • Mlstyle (Multiline Style)
  • Mledit (Multiline Edit)
  • Other Mline Properties
  • 11.7 SKETCH
  • Applications of Sketch
  • GEOmetric Center OSNAP
  • 11.8 LEVEL 2 DRAWING PROJECT (1 OF 10): ARCHITECTURAL FLOOR PLAN
  • SUMMARY
  • REVIEW QUESTIONS
  • EXERCISES
  • Spotlight On: Civil Engineering
  • 12 - Advanced Layers
  • 12.1 INTRODUCTION TO ADVANCED LAYERS
  • 12.2 SCRIPT FILES
  • 12.3 LAYER STATE MANAGER
  • 12.4 LAYER FILTERING
  • 12.5 LAYER FREEZE, ISOLATE, AND WALK
  • Layer Freeze
  • Layer Isolate
  • Layer Walk
  • 12.6 LEVEL 2 DRAWING PROJECT (2 OF 10): ARCHITECTURAL FLOOR PLAN
  • SUMMARY
  • REVIEW QUESTIONS
  • EXERCISES
  • 13 - Advanced Dimensions
  • 13.1 INTRODUCTION TO ADVANCED DIMENSIONS
  • 13.2 DIMENSION STYLE MANAGER
  • Lines Tab
  • Symbols and Arrows Tab
  • Text Tab
  • Fit Tab
  • Primary Units Tab
  • Alternate Units Tab
  • Tolerances Tab
  • 13.3 INTRODUCTION TO CONSTRAINTS
  • 13.4 GEOMETRIC CONSTRAINTS
  • Types of Geometric Constraints
  • Adding Geometric Constraints
  • Hiding, Showing, and Deleting Geometric Constraints
  • 13.5 DIMENSIONAL CONSTRAINTS
  • Working With Dimensional Constraints
  • 13.6 DIMENSION-DRIVEN DESIGN
  • 13.7 LEVEL 2 DRAWING PROJECT (3 OF 10): ARCHITECTURAL FLOOR PLAN
  • SUMMARY
  • REVIEW QUESTIONS
  • EXERCISES
  • Spotlight On: Aerospace Engineering
  • 14 - Options, Shortcuts, Customize User Interface, Design Center, and Express Tools
  • 14.1 OPTIONS
  • Files Tab
  • Display Tab
  • Window Elements
  • Layout Elements
  • Display Resolution
  • Display Performance
  • Crosshair Size
  • Fade Control
  • Open and Save Tab
  • File Save
  • File Safety Precautions
  • File Open
  • Applications Menu
  • External References
  • ObjectARX Applications
  • Plot and Publish Tab
  • Default Plot Settings for New Drawings
  • Plot to File
  • Background Processing Options
  • Plot and Publish Log File
  • Auto Publish
  • General Plot Options
  • Specify Plot Offset Relative To
  • Plot Stamp Settings.
  • Plot Style Table Settings
  • System Tab
  • Hardware Acceleration
  • Current Pointing Device
  • Touch Experience
  • Layout Regen Options
  • General Options
  • Help
  • InfoCenter
  • Security
  • dbConnect Options
  • User Preferences Tab
  • Windows Standard Behavior
  • Insertion Scale
  • Hyperlink
  • Fields
  • Priority for Coordinate Data Entry
  • Associative Dimensioning
  • Undo/Redo
  • Block Editor Settings.
  • Lineweight Settings.
  • Default Scale List.
  • Drafting Tab
  • AutoSnap Settings
  • AutoSnap Marker Size
  • Object Snap Options
  • AutoTrack Settings
  • Alignment Point Acquisition
  • Aperture Size
  • Drafting Tooltip Settings.
  • Lights Glyph Settings. and Cameras Glyph Settings.
  • 3D Modeling Tab
  • Selection Tab
  • Pickbox Size
  • Selection Modes
  • Ribbon Options
  • Grip Size
  • Grips
  • Preview
  • Profiles Tab
  • 14.2 SHORTCUTS
  • PGP File
  • Altering the PGP File
  • 14.3 CUSTOMIZE USER INTERFACE
  • 14.4 DESIGN CENTER
  • 14.5 EXPRESS TOOLS
  • Blocks
  • Text
  • Layout Tools
  • Dimension
  • Selection Tools
  • Modify
  • Draw
  • File Tools
  • Web Tools
  • Tools
  • 14.6 LEVEL 2 DRAWING PROJECT (4 OF 10): ARCHITECTURAL FLOOR PLAN
  • SUMMARY
  • REVIEW QUESTIONS
  • EXERCISES
  • 15 - Advanced Design and File Management Tools
  • 15.1 INTRODUCTION TO ADVANCED DESIGN AND FILE MANAGEMENT TOOLS
  • 15.2 ALIGN
  • 15.3 ACTION RECORDING
  • 15.4 AUDIT AND RECOVER
  • 15.5 BLEND
  • 15.6 BREAK AND JOIN
  • Break, Method 1
  • Break, Method 2
  • Join
  • 15.7 CAD STANDARDS
  • 15.8 CALCULATOR
  • 15.9 DEFPOINTS
  • 15.10 DIVIDE AND POINT STYLE
  • 15.11 DONUT
  • 15.12 DRAW ORDER
  • 15.13 ETRANSMIT
  • 15.14 FILTER
  • 15.15 HYPERLINK
  • 15.16 LENGTHEN
  • 15.17 OBJECT SNAP TRACKING
  • 15.18 OVERKILL
  • 15.19 POINT AND NODE
  • 15.20 PUBLISH
  • 15.21 RASTER
  • 15.22 REVCLOUD
  • 15.23 SHEET SETS
  • 15.24 SELECTION METHODS
  • 15.25 STRETCH
  • 15.26 SYSTEM VARIABLES
  • 15.27 TABLES
  • 15.28 TOOL PALETTE
  • 15.29 UCS AND CROSSHAIR ROTATION
  • Method 1
  • Method 2
  • 15.30 WINDOW TILING
  • 15.31 WIPEOUT
  • 15.32 LEVEL 2 DRAWING PROJECT (5 OF 10): ARCHITECTURAL FLOOR PLAN
  • SUMMARY
  • REVIEW QUESTIONS
  • EXERCISES
  • Spotlight On: Chemical Engineering
  • 16 - Importing and Exporting Data
  • 16.1 INTRODUCTION TO IMPORTING AND EXPORTING DATA
  • 16.2 IMPORTING AND EXPORTING TO AND FROM MS OFFICE APPLICATIONS
  • Word Into AutoCAD
  • AutoCAD Into Word
  • Excel Into AutoCAD
  • AutoCAD Into Excel
  • PowerPoint Into AutoCAD
  • AutoCAD Into PowerPoint
  • 16.3 SCREEN SHOTS
  • 16.4 JPGS
  • 16.5 PDFS
  • 16.6 OTHER CAD SOFTWARE
  • 16.7 EXPORTING AND THE SAVE AS FEATURE
  • 16.8 INSERTING AND OBJECT LINKED EMBEDDED
  • 16.9 LEVEL 2 DRAWING PROJECT (6 OF 10): ARCHITECTURAL FLOOR PLAN
  • SUMMARY
  • REVIEW QUESTIONS
  • EXERCISE
  • 17 - External References
  • 17.1 INTRODUCTION TO EXTERNAL REFERENCES
  • What Is an External Reference?
  • Why Do We Need an External Reference? What Is the Benefit?
  • 17.2 USING EXTERNAL REFERENCES
  • 17.3 LAYERS IN EXTERNAL REFERENCES
  • 17.4 EDITING AND RELOADING EXTERNAL REFERENCES
  • 17.5 MULTIPLE EXTERNAL REFERENCES
  • 17.6 RIBBON AND EXTERNAL REFERENCES
  • 17.7 LEVEL 2 DRAWING PROJECT (7 OF 10): ARCHITECTURAL FLOOR PLAN
  • SUMMARY
  • REVIEW QUESTIONS
  • EXERCISE
  • Spotlight On: Biomedical Engineering
  • 18 - Attributes
  • 18.1 INTRODUCTION TO ATTRIBUTES
  • 18.2 CREATING THE DESIGN
  • 18.3 CREATING THE ATTRIBUTE DEFINITIONS
  • 18.4 CREATING THE ATTRIBUTE BLOCK
  • 18.5 ATTRIBUTE PROPERTIES AND EDITING
  • Exploding Attributes
  • Inserting Attributes
  • 18.6 ATTRIBUTE EXTRACTION
  • 18.7 INVISIBLE ATTRIBUTES
  • 18.8 LEVEL 2 DRAWING PROJECT (8 OF 10): ARCHITECTURAL FLOOR PLAN
  • SUMMARY
  • REVIEW QUESTIONS
  • EXERCISE
  • 19 - Advanced Output and Pen Settings
  • 19.1 INTRODUCTION TO ADVANCED OUTPUT AND PEN SETTINGS
  • 19.2 SETTING STANDARDS
  • 19.3 THE CTB FILE
  • Step 1
  • Step 2
  • Step 3
  • 19.4 ADDITIONAL CTB FILE FEATURES
  • 19.5 LINEWEIGHT SETTINGS
  • 19.6 LEVEL 2 DRAWING PROJECT (9 OF 10): ARCHITECTURAL FLOOR PLAN
  • SUMMARY
  • REVIEW QUESTIONS
  • EXERCISE
  • Spotlight On: Drafting, CAD Management, Teaching, and Consulting
  • Overview
  • AutoCAD Training Requirements
  • Architectural Drafting
  • Engineering Drafting
  • CAD Management
  • Teaching AutoCAD
  • AutoCAD Consulting
  • 20 - Isometric Drawing
  • 20.1 INTRODUCTION TO GRAPHICAL PROJECTION
  • 20.2 ISOMETRIC PROJECTION
  • Why Use Isometric Projection Instead of 3D?
  • When Not to Use Isometric Perspective
  • 20.3 BASIC TECHNIQUE
  • 20.4 ELLIPSES IN ISOMETRIC DRAWING
  • 20.5 TEXT AND DIMENSIONS IN ISOMETRIC DRAWING
  • 20.6 LEVEL 2 DRAWING PROJECT (10 OF 10): ARCHITECTURAL FLOOR PLAN
  • SUMMARY
  • REVIEW QUESTIONS
  • EXERCISES
  • Level 2. Answers to Review Questions
  • A - Additional Information on AutoCAD
  • A.1 WHO MAKES AUTOCAD?
  • A.2 WHAT IS AUTOCAD LT?
  • A.3 HOW IS AUTOCAD PURCHASED AND HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
  • A.4 ARE THERE SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCES BETWEEN AUTOCAD RELEASES?
  • A.5 IS THERE AN AUTOCAD FOR THE MAC?
  • A.6 A BRIEF HISTORY OF AUTODESK AND AUTOCAD
  • A.7 AUTOCAD RELEASES
  • A.8 MAJOR AUTODESK PRODUCTS
  • A.9 AUTOCAD-RELATED WEBSITES
  • B - Other Computer-Aided Design Software, Design and Analysis Tools, and Concepts
  • . MICROSTATION
  • . ARCHICAD
  • . TURBOCAD
  • OTHER DESIGN SOFTWARE
  • Computer-Aided Three-Dimensional Interactive Application
  • NX
  • PTC Creo Elements/Pro (Formerly Pro/ENGINEER)
  • SolidWorks
  • Inventor
  • IronCAD
  • SolidEdge
  • NASTRAN
  • ALGOR (Autodesk Simulation)
  • ANSYS
  • C - File Extensions
  • C.1 AUTOCAD PRIMARY EXTENSIONS
  • C.2 AUTOCAD SECONDARY EXTENSIONS
  • C.3 MISCELLANEOUS SOFTWARE EXTENSIONS
  • D - Custom Linetypes and Hatch Patterns
  • D.1 LINETYPE DEFINITIONS (BASIC)
  • D.2 LINETYPES (STRING COMPLEX AND SHAPE COMPLEX)
  • D.3 HATCH PATTERN DEFINITIONS (BASIC)
  • E - Principles of CAD Management
  • E.1 KNOW THE EIGHT GOLDEN RULES OF AUTOCAD
  • E.2 KNOW THE CAPABILITIES AND LIMITATIONS OF AUTOCAD
  • Capabilities
  • . LIMITATIONS
  • E.3 MAINTAIN AN OFFICE CAD STANDARD
  • E.4 BE AN EFFECTIVE TEACHER AND HIRING MANAGER
  • E.5 STAY CURRENT AND COMPETENT
  • F - AutoLISP Basics and Advanced Customization Tools
  • F.1 OVERVIEW 1. AUTOLISP
  • F.2 OVERVIEW 2. VISUAL LISP
  • F.3 OVERVIEW 3. VBA, .NET, ACTIVE X, AND OBJECTARX
  • F.4 AUTOLISP FUNDAMENTALS
  • F.5 VARIABLES AND COMMENTS
  • F.6 ADVANCED FEATURES AND THE VLIDE COMMAND
  • G - PC Hardware, Printers/Plotters, Networks, and the Cloud
  • G.1 PC HARDWARE
  • AutoCAD Requirements
  • G.2 PRINTERS AND PLOTTERS
  • G.3 NETWORKS
  • G.4 THE CLOUD
  • H - What Are Kernels?
  • I - Lighting, Rendering, Effects, and Animation
  • J - 3D Printing
  • J.1 OVERVIEW AND HISTORY
  • J.2 PRINTING PROCESS-PART 1 (CREATING THE MODEL)
  • J.3 PRINTING PROCESS-PART 2 (EXPORTING AND PREPARING THE MODEL)
  • J.4 PRINTING PROCESS-PART 3 (PRINTING THE MODEL)
  • J.5 PRINTING PROCESS-PART 4 (FINISHING MODEL)
  • J.6 APPLICATIONS, RELATED ISSUES, AND THE FUTURE OF 3D PRINTING
  • K - AutoCAD Certification Exams
  • L - AutoCAD Employment
  • M - AutoCAD Humor, Oddities, Quirks, and Easter Eggs
  • M.1 AUTOCAD, ARCHITECTURE, AND ENGINEERING HUMOR
  • M.2 ODDITIES AND QUIRKS
  • N - The Future of AutoCAD
  • N.1 2D DESIGN, AUTOCAD, AND VERTICALS
  • N.2 3D DESIGN AND SOLID MODELING
  • N.3 MERGING OF INDUSTRIES
  • N.4 REVIT AND BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING
  • N.5 THE FUTURE OF AUTOCAD
  • Index
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E
  • F
  • G
  • H
  • I
  • J
  • K
  • L
  • M
  • N
  • O
  • P
  • Q
  • R
  • S
  • T
  • U
  • V
  • W
  • X
  • Z
  • Back Cover

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