AutoCad 2D 3D

AutoCad 2D 3D Classes in Nagpur, Leading CAD Institute in Nagpur

AutoCAD was one of the first Computer Aided Design programs to be made available on personal computers. Autocad is built to help people design buildings, products, or public spaces, without having to draw up plans by hand. Autocad was released in 1982 by Autodesk, Inc., and offered a personal solution to software that was before then released only for larger workstations. While early CAD programs required massive amounts of computing power, this software streamlined its operating and optimized it for the IBM PC, allowing people to work from home or on their own work computers.

Through the 1980s, AutoCAD functioned mostly by using simple lines and circles, and text overlays, to set up custom objects. Beginning in the 1990s, the Autocad software began utilizing more robust custom object features, built with an Advanced Programming Interface using C++. Starting in 2007, Autocad has had much more advanced 3D tools that allow for greater modeling and exploration, with high-quality, fast-moving rendering.

The modern version of Autocad allows for much more than simply C++ programming. It has set the standard for operability in terms of Advanced Programming Interfaces in CAD, and can use VBA, .NET, AutoLISP, and Visual LISP, as well as the C++ based ObjectARX. This robust programming set has allowed for great extensibility for the software, and there are a number of more specific programs, including AutoCAD Electrical, AutoCAD Civil 3D, and AutoCAD Architecture

  • Introduction of 3D
  • Working in 3D
  • Concepts of Solid Modeling
  • Creation of Primitive Solids
  • Slides solid modeling Fundamentals
  • Modification of created object
  • Boolean operations
  • Additional 3D operation
  • Other surface drawing commands
  • Rendering 3d drawings
  • Getting perspective views
  • Creating isometric drawing in Autocad
  • Advanced rendering with other programs
  • Editing of solid objects
  • Concept of body editing
  • Creating solid forms
  • Section views
  • Visualization of techniques
  • Concept of rendering
  • Setting visual effects
  • Printing your module
  • Introduction To AutoCAD
  • Getting Started With AutoCAD
  • Concepts Of Drawing And Editing
  • Maintaining Drawing Accuracy
  • Drawing Precision In AutoCAD
  • Clearing The Tools
  • Organizing Your Work
  • Managing A Large Drawing
  • Concepts Of Drawing Utility
  • Organizing Drawing With Layers
  • Getting Information From Drawing
  • Inserting Blocks
  • Create Text And Dimension
  • Work With Text, Hatching
  • Dimensioning Your Drawing
  • Concepts Of Lay Outing And Printing
  • Getting And Exchange Data From Drawings
  • Adding Text To Drawings
  • Drawing Curves And Solid Fills
  • Printing Your Drawing

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