AutoCAD®

These Tutorials are great for beginners and intermediate students who want to learn AutoCAD fast. These tutorials will help you learn how to make Architecture and Mechanical Drawings using Autocad. The videos in these downloads are designed to be compatible with as many versions of AutoCAD as possible. They are based on AutoCAD 2010- 2011 but can be easily adapted to other newer versions like AutoCAD 2012 or 2013. Learn how to use this software effectively and create drawings that you never knew you could.

KEY FEATURES

  • Great for Beginners & Intermediate Users
  • Includes AutoCAD Mechanical Videos
  • Includes AutoCAD Architecture Training Videos
  • 48 MP4 Format Videos (Includes PDF Training Files)
  • 11 Hours of Interactive Training (Never expires)
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AutoCAD- Course Syllabus

  1. Getting Started with AutoCAD
  2. Basic Drawing & Editing Commands
  3. Drawing Precision in AutoCAD
  4. Making Changes in Your Drawing
  5. Organizing Your Drawing with Layers
  6. Advanced Object Types
  7. Getting Information from Your Drawing
  8. Advanced Editing Commands
  9. Inserting Blocks
  10. Setting Up a Layout
  11. Printing Your Drawing
  12. Text
  13. Hatching
  14. Adding Dimensions
  15. Working Effectively with AutoCAD
  16. Accurate Positioning
  17. Parametric Drawing
  18. Working with Blocks
  19. Creating Templates
  20. Annotation Styles
  21. Advanced Layouts
  22. External References

AutoCAD- VIDEOS

AutoCAD is a software application for computer-aided design (CAD) and drafting. The software supports both 2D and 3D formats. The software is developed and sold by Autodesk, Inc., first released in December 1982 by Autodesk. According to Autodesk company information, the AutoCAD software is now used in a range of industries, employed by architects, project managers and engineers, amongst other professions, and as of 1994 there had been 750 training centers established across the world to educate users about the company’s primary products.AutoCAD includes a full set of basic solid modeling and 3D tools. The release of AutoCAD 2007 included the improved 3D modeling that provided better navigation when working in 3D. Moreover, it became easier to edit 3D models. The mental ray engine was included in rendering and therefore it is possible to do quality renderings. AutoCAD 2010 introduced parametric functionality and mesh modeling. The latest AutoCAD releases are AutoCAD 2013 and AutoCAD 2013 for Mac. The release marked the 27th major release for the AutoCAD for Windows, and the third consecutive year for AutoCAD for Mac.
Student versionsAutoCAD gives a free 36-month license which is available for students and teachers with a valid educational email address (.edu), all you have to do is register with Autodesk using your school email address ending in (.edu) and download it for free. Student version AutoCAD is functionally identical to the full commercial version. Objects created in the Student Version cannot be used for commercial use. The Autodesk Education Community provides registered students and faculty with free access to different Autodesk applications.