IPMC AutoCAD course is designed for new students who require comprehensive training in how to design and modify models in AutoCAD. It incorporates the features, commands and techniques for creating, editing, and printing drawings with AutoCAD. Hands on exercises throughout the course explore how to create 2D production drawings and an upgrade of 3D. The exercises are provided in on screen format that can be viewed next to AutoCAD.
After completing this course students will be able to:
- Navigate the AutoCAD user interface
- Use the fundamental features of AutoCAD
- Use the precision drafting tools to develop accurate technical drawings
- Present drawings in detailed and visually impressive manner
- Taking the AutoCAD tour – Navigating, working with files, Displaying Objects
- Creating Basic Drawings – Inputting Data, Creating Basic objects, Using object snaps Using Polar Tracking and PolarSnap, Using Object Snap Tracking, Working with Units, Using Function Keys
- Manipulating Objects – Selecting Objects in the Drawing, Changing an Objects Position, Creating New Objects from Existing Objects, Changing the Angle of an Objects Position, Creating a Mirror image of Existing Objects, Creating Object Patterns, Changing an Objects Size
- Drawing Organization and Inquiry Command – Using Layers, Changing Object, Properties, Matching Object Properties, Using Properties Paletter, Using Linetypes, Using Inquiry Commands
- Altering Objects – Trimming and Extending Objects to Defined Boundaries, Creating Parallel and Offset Geometry, Joining Objects, Breaking into two objects, Applying a Radius Corner to two objects, Creating an Angled Corner between two objects, changing part of an object’s shape
Note: The suggested outline is a guideline. Course topics and duration are subject to change.