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Course Curriculum (Level 1)
- Familiarity with AutoCAD workspace and user interface.
- Use basic drawing/editing and reviewing tools.
- Set the image object.
- Use of reusable symbols.
- Layout preparation.
- Add text, hatches and dimensions.
- People who use AutoCAD / AutoCAD LT with Windows operating system.
- Those who are interested in creating simple 2D drawings in AutoCAD and creating high-precision 3D models.
- Working understanding of basic procedures and conditions for design/preparation.
- Knowledge of Windows operating system.
There Is No Formal Eligibility Criterion To Take Up This Course. However, Students With A Working Knowledge Of Drafting, Architectural Design, And Other Engineering Exposure Would Promote A Better Learning Experience.
Course Curriculum (Level 2)
- Learn advanced mechanical / construction engineering.
- Add parametric constraints.
- Create local/global blocks.
- Customize layers/styles/patterns.
- Attach external links.
- Professionals or professionally trained AutoCAD users use AutoCAD as a regular part of their daily work processes.
- Working understanding of basic procedures and conditions for design/preparation.
- Knowledge of Microsoft Windows operating system.
Course Curriculum (level 3)
- Learning the advanced text objects.
- Working with tables.
- Defining dynamic blocks/attributes.
- Outputting/publishing files for review.
- Collaboration/automation tools.
- Creating/publishing, and customizing sheet sets.
- Managing layers.
- CAD management/system setup.
- Enhancing productivity through customization of the AutoCAD interface.
- Utilizing macros and custom routines.
- Professionals interested in the creative freedom, productivity benefits and precision needed to create great 3D models.
- Occupational roles: engineer, architect, designer and auditor.
- You must have completed Autodesk AutoCAD Level 1: Core and Level 2: Intermediate courses or have equivalent experience.
- Course objectives
- Study of extended text objects.
- Work with tables.
- Define dynamic blocks/attributes.
- View/publish files for review.
- Collaboration / automation tools.
- Create/publish and customize worksheets.
- Level management.
- CAD control / system adaptation.
- Increase productivity by customizing the AutoCAD user interface.
- Use of user-defined macros and procedures.
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Sign In to Autodesk 360 on the Start Tab 1 Configure Autodesk
Explore the AutoCAD 2018 for Windows User Interface
Explore the Graphical User Interface
Control the AutoCAD Ribbon
Exercise 1.4: Set the AutoCAD Drawing
Navigate 2D Drawings
Navigate a Drawing
Draw Lines and Rectangles
Cancel, Erase, and Undo
Use Coordinate Systems
Use Absolute Coordinates
Exercise 2.6: Use Relative Coordinates
Exercise 2.7: Use Polar Coordinates
Draw Circles, Arcs, and Polygons
Exercise 2.8: Create Circles
Exercise 2.9: Create Arcs
Exercise 2.10: Draw Polygons
Use Fillet and Chamfer
Exercise 2.11: Join Nonparallel Lines
Exercise 2.12: Join Crossed Lines with Fillet
Use Grid and Snap
Exercise 3.1: Draw with Grid and Snap
Employ Ortho and Polar Tracking
Exercise 3.2: Draw with Ortho and Polar Tracking
Exercise 3.3: Draw with PolarSnap
Select Running Object Snaps
Exercise 3.4: Draw with Running Object Snaps
Harness the From Snap
Exercise 3.5: Use the From Snap
Apply Object Snap Tracking
Exercise 3.6: Use Object Snap Tracking
Create Selection Sets
Exercise 4.1: Create a Selection Set at the Select Objects:
Exercise 4.2: Create a Selection Set Before Deciding on a Command
Use Move and Copy
Exercise 4.3: Move and Copy
Use Rotate and Scale
Exercise 4.4: Rotate and Scale
Work with Arrays
Exercise 4.5: Create a Rectangular Array
Exercise 4.6: Create a Polar Array Use Trim and Extend
Exercise 4.7: Trim and Measure
Use Lengthen and Stretch
Exercise 4.8: Lengthen and Stretch
Use Offset and Mirror
Exercise 4.9: Offset and Mirror
Edit with Grips
Exercise 4.10: Edit with Grips
Draw and Edit Curved Polylines
Exercise 5.1: Draw and Edit Curved Polylines Draw Ellipses
Exercise 5.2: Draw Ellipses
Exercise 5.3: Work with Control Vertices
Exercise 5.4: Work with Fit Points
Blend Between Objects with Splines
Exercise 5.5: Blend Splines
Change Object Properties
Exercise 6.1: Edit Object Properties
Set the Current Layer
Exercise 6.2: Choose the Current Layer
Alter the Layer Assignments of Objects
Exercise 6.3: Assign Layers
Control Layer Visibility
Exercise 6.4: Toggle Layer Status
Exercise 6.5: Isolate Layers
Exercise 6.6: Save Layer States
Exercise 6.7: Use Linetype
Assign Properties by Object or by Layer
Exercise 6.8: Assign Properties
Manage Layer Properties
Exercise 6.9: Control Layer Properties
Exercise 6.10: Isolate and Hide Individual Objects
Exercise 7.1: Draw a Chair and Define It as a Block
Exercise 7.2: Draw a Door and Define It as a Block
Exercise 7.3: Use Blocks
Exercise 7.4: Edit Block Definitions
Exercise 7.5: Assign Floating Properties
Exercise 7.6: Nest Blocks
Exercise 7.7: Explode Blocks
Exercise 7.8: Redefine Block Definitions
Work with Groups
Exercise 7.9: Create Groups
Specify Hatch Areas
Exercise 8.1: Pick Points to Determine Boundaries
Exercise 8.2: Select Objects to Define Boundaries
Associate Hatches with Boundaries
Exercise 8.3: Associate Boundaries
Hatch with Patterns
Exercise 8.4: Specify Properties
Exercise 8.5: Separate Hatch Areas
Hatch with Gradients
Exercise 8.6: Create Gradients
Work with Global Blocks
Exercise 9.1: Write a Local Block Definition to a File
Exercise 9.2: Insert a Drawing as a Local Block
Exercise 9.3: Redefine Local Blocks with Global Blocks
Access Content Globally
Exercise 9.4: Access Global Content
Store Content on Tool Palettes
Exercise 9.5: Add to the Tool Palettes
Reference External Drawings and Images
Exercise 9.6: Use Xrefs
Exercise 10.1: Create Text Styles
Write Lines of Text
Exercise 10.2: Create Text to Fit
Exercise 10.3: Justify Text
Exercise 10.4: Transform and Create Text
Write and Format Paragraphs Using MTEXT
Exercise 10.5: Write and Format with MTEXT
Exercise 10.6: Edit Content and Properties
Exercise 10.7: Work with Columns
Exercise 11.1: Create Dimension Styles
Add Dimensions Exercise 11.2: Use Inquiry Commands
Exercise 11.3: Add Dimension Objects
Exercise 11.4: Add and Style Multileaders
Exercise 11.5: Alter Dimension Objects
Work with Geometric Constraints Exercise 12.1: Use Geometric Constraints
Apply Dimensional Constraints
Exercise 12.2: Create Dimensional Constraints
Constrain Objects Simultaneously with Geometry and Dimensions
Exercise 12.3: Use Simultaneous Constraints
Make Parametric Changes to Constrained Objects
Exercise 12.4: Alter Constraint Parameters
Create Annotative Styles and Objects Exercise 13.1: Work with Annotative Text
Exercise 13.2: Work with Annotative Dimensions
Exercise 13.3: Configure Layouts
Adjust Floating Viewports
Exercise 13.4: Work on Layout1
Exercise 13.5: Work on Layout2
Override Layer Properties in Layout Viewports
Exercise 13.6: Override Layer Properties
Draw on Layouts
Exercise 13.7: Lay Out Geometry
Configure Output Devices
Exercise 14.1: Set Up a System Printer
Exercise 14.2: Set Up an AutoCAD Plotter
Create Plot Style Tables
Exercise 14.3: Create a Named Plot Style Table
Use Plot Style Tables
Exercise 14.4: Configure New Drawings for Named Plot Style Tables
Exercise 14.5: Assign Plot Styles by Layer or by Object
Plot in Model Space Exercise 14.6: Plot from Model Space
Plot Layouts in Paper Space
Exercise 14.7: Plot from Paper Space
Export to an Electronic Format
Exercise 14.8: Export to DWF Exercise 14.9: Export to PDF Exercise 14.10: Share Design Views
Exercise 15.1: Geolocate a Drawing
Import SketchUp Models
Exercise 15.2: Import a SketchUp Model
Define Attributes and Blocks
Exercise 15.3: Define Attributes and a Block Insert Attributed Blocks
Exercise 15.4: Insert Block References with Attributes
Edit Table Styles and Create Tables Exercise 15.5: Alter a Table Style and Make a Table
Use Fields in Table Cells
Exercise 15.6: Create Fields
Edit Table Data
Exercise 15.7: Alter Table Data
Use Visual Styles
Exercise 16.1: Explore Visual Styles
Work with Tiled Viewports
Exercise 16.2: Tile Viewports Navigate with the ViewCube
Exercise 16.3: Use the ViewCube to Navigate
Orbit in 3D
Exercise 16.4: Orbit
Exercise 16.5: Utilize Virtual Cameras
Navigate with SteeringWheels Exercise 16.6: Use SteeringWheels to Navigate Save Views
Exercise 16.7: Save Views
Create Surface Models
Exercise 17.1: Make Planar Surfaces
Exercise 17.2: Revolve a 2D Profile to Create a 3D Model
Exercise 17.3: Sweep Out 3D Geometry
Exercise 17.4: Extrude 2D Geometry into 3D
Edit Surface Models Exercise 17.5: Trim Surfaces with Other Surfaces Exercise 17.6: Project Edges on Surfaces
Exercise 17.7: Trim Surfaces with Edges
Create Solid Models Exercise 17.8: Extrude Solid Objects
Exercise 17.9: Loft Solid Objects
Edit Solid Models
Exercise 17.10: Perform Boolean Operations Exercise 17.11: Edit Solids
Smooth Mesh Models
Exercise 17.12: Create, Edit, and Smooth Mesh
Exercise 17.13: Create and Edit a Section Plane
Exercise 18.1: Apply Materials
Place and Adjust Lights
Exercise 18.2: Add Artificial Lights
Exercise 18.3: Simulate Natural Light
Exercise 18.4: Make More Realistic Renderings in the Cloud
Document Models with Drawings Exercise 18.5: Document Models
Is it worth learning the basics of the 2021 edition since I'm already used to old versions of AutoCAD?
Yes indeed! AutoCAD 2021 has been updated according to customer reviews to include improvements and new features to drive automation, increase efficiency, and increase overall productivity. Therefore, mastering the basics is a step towards optimal use.
Not all. The main purpose of this course is simply to explain the most appropriate and important tools or concepts of AutoCAD 2021. After completing this training, you can choose courses for level 2 and level 3.
Although AutoCAD, including the 2021 proposal, can be used to create 2D and 3D drawings; This particular course focuses more on creating simple 2D images.
Key benefits include Autodesk certified instructors with industry experience, formal curriculum, certificate of completion of AutoCAD courses, and 24/7 support.
Is this course suitable for me as an absolute beginner with no practical experience in using AutoCAD?
Prior knowledge of basic AutoCAD commands/techniques is required. Therefore, the choice of AutoCAD 2021 Level 1 Essentials training would be more appropriate. After completing basic training, you can choose this course.
New features are more tailored to the way you work and drive automation to increase productivity. AutoCAD 2021 subscriptions and special toolkits automate tasks and save hours and days.
Label scaling, object plane documentation/creation, object drawing sequence control, standard CAD configuration/verification, electronic transfer and design feed.
Autodesk Authorized Learning Centers like Vinsys are your most trusted source for learning AutoCAD. You will receive training from certified professional instructors recognized by the Autodesk Learning Partner Community. In general, these centers significantly increase your knowledge of the product, prepare professionals for various certification exams and also help them achieve their goals.
AutoCAD 2021 Level 2 makes you one step further after completing the Level 1 Basic Course. It deals with advanced features and techniques. Level 3 training, while including advanced tools, allows you to learn new elements of the AutoCAD software.