Introduction to AutoCad

Computer-aided design and drafting (CADD) is the process of using a computer with CADD software to design and produce drawings and models according to specific industry and company standards.AutoCAD is a universal CADD software program that applies to any drafting, design, or engineering discipline. For example, use AutoCAD to design and document mechanical parts and assemblies, architectural buildings, civil and structural engineering projects, and electronics.

History

Beginning in the 1980s computer-aided design programs reduced the need of draftsmen significantly, especially in small to mid-sized companies. Their affordability and ability to run on personal computers also allowed engineers to do their own drafting work, eliminating the need for entire departments. AutoCAD is a software application developed by Autodesk in 1982 that enables computer-aided design (CAD) and drafting. The software is used to produce 2D and 3D drawings. Autodesk was founded in 1982 by John Walker. He and the other 15 co-founders intended to develop five different desktop automation applications, hoping that one of the applications would take off. Their flagship product turned out to be AutoCAD. They launched AutoCAD at the COMDEX trade show in Las Vegas as the first CAD program in the world to run on a PC. By March 1986, only four years after it was introduced, AutoCAD had become the most widely used design application worldwide, a position it still holds today.

Course Content and Syllabus for AUTOCAD Training in Allahabad

  • Module 01: Historical Background
  • Module 02: Applications
  • Module 03: Scope of AutoCAD
  • Module 04: Advantages & Disadvantages
  • Module 05: Getting Started
  • Module 06: Opening and Creating a NEW file.
  • Module 07: Interface Tool Options
  • Module 08: Dealing with UNITS
  • Module 09: Workspace Settings
  • Module 10: Saving Your Work
  • Module 01: Coordinate Systems
  • Module 02: World Coordinate System (WCS)
  • Module 03: User Coordinate System (UCS)
  • Module 04: Positioning objects using Coordinate System
  • Module 05: Absolute Coordinate System
  • Module 06: Relative Coordinate System
  • Module 07: Polar Coordinate System
  • Module 08: UCSICON 2D
  • Module 09: Changing the properties of UCSICON
  • Module 10: Drawing Lines
  • Module 11: Drawing Rectangles And Its Options
  • Module 12: Drawing Circles and its variant.
  • Module 13: Drawing Polyline and other associated tools
  • Module 14: Reference Lines
  • Module 15: Drawing Arcs and its variant
  • Module 16: Drawing Ellipse and Elliptical Arcs
  • Module 17: Drawing Polygons
  • Module 18: Drawing Spline
  • Module 19: Usefulness of Point, Divide and Measure Tool
  • Module 20: Changing Point Style and Size
  • Module 21: Learning concept of Boundary and Region
  • Module 22: Revision cloud And Wipeout
  • Module 23: Determining AREA of objects
  • Module 24: Selection Method in AutoCAD
  • Module 25: Plotting Drawing and Layouts
  • Module 26: Hatching and Gradient Tool
  • Module 27: Status Bar and Drafting Settings
  • Module 01: Moving Object
  • Module 02: Copy Object single and multiple times
  • Module 03: Erasing Object
  • Module 04: Rotating Object relative to origin
  • Module 05: Rotating Object using reference option
  • Module 06: Mirroring Object
  • Module 07: Stretching Object
  • Module 08: Scaling Object
  • Module 09: Trimming and Extending Object
  • Module 10: Editing Polylines
  • Module 11: Exploding Object
  • Module 12: Filleting and Chamfering Object
  • Module 13: Aligning Object
  • Module 14: Offsetting Object
  • Module 15: Learning Array types & properties
  • Module 16: Editing Array
  • Module 17: Lengthen tool features
  • Module 18: Break tool features
  • Module 19: Break at Point tool features
  • Module 20: Joining object
  • Module 21: Deleting Duplicate Objects
  • Module 01: Using different dimension options
  • Module 02: Changing dimension styles
  • Module 03: Creating user-define dimension style
  • Module 04: Override dimension
  • Module 05: Baseline and Continuous Dimension
  • Module 06: Updating Dimensions
  • Module 07: Inspecting Dimensions
  • Module 08: Breaking Dimensions
  • Module 09: Spacing Dimensions
  • Module 10: Annotative & Standard Dimensions
  • Module 11: Text and Text Style Tools
  • Module 12: Leader Tools
  • Module 13: AutoCAD Layers and Its Properties
  • Module 01: Inserting Blocks from Tool Palettes
  • Module 02: Inserting Blocks using Insert tool
  • Module 03: Inserting Blocks with Design Center
  • Module 04: Write Block
  • Module 05: Dynamic Blocks
  • Module 06: External Reference Properties
  • Module 07: Creating Groups
  • Module 01: Hyperlinking
  • Module 02: Express Tools
  • Module 03: Creating Templates Files
  • Module 04: Printing And Plotting
  • Module 05: Convert To PDF, PNG and JPEG
  • Module 01: Changing interface for isometric drawings
  • Module 02: Isometric Parameters
  • Module 03: Isoplanes Features
  • Module 01: UCS Command 3D
  • Module 02: Defining the new UCS
  • Module 03: Managing the UCS
  • Module 04: View Manager
  • Module 05: Creating Multiple Viewports
  • Module 06: Viewports Configurations
  • Module 07: Changing Views of Drawings
  • Module 08: Visual Styles
  • Module 09: Extrude Solid/Surface Tool
  • Module 10: Sweeping Solid/Surface Tool
  • Module 11: Lofting Solid/Surface Tool
  • Module 12: Revolving Solid/Surface Tool
  • Module 13: Polysolid Tool
  • Module 14: Press Pull Tool
  • Module 15: Drawing Commands
  • Module 16: Modifying Commands
  • Module 17: 3D Move Tool
  • Module 18: 3D Rotate Tool
  • Module 19: 3D Mirror Tool
  • Module 20: 3D Array Tool
  • Module 21: 3D Scale Tool
  • Module 22: Boolean Solid Tools (Union,   Subtract And Intersect)
  • Module 23: Solid Editing Tools (Shell, Slice, Thicken And others)
  • Module 24: Blend Surface
  • Module 25: Offset Surface
  • Module 26: Patch Surface
  • Module 27: Selection Panel
  • Module 28: Sectioning Of Solids
  • Module 01: Mesh Primitives Objects
  • Module 02: Tabulated surfaces
  • Module 03: Revolved Surfaces
  • Module 04: Ruled Surfaces
  • Module 05: Smoothing and Ceasing
  • Module 06: Adding cease
  • Module 07: Subtracting Cease
  • Module 08: Smoothing objects
  • Module 09: Refining Mesh
  • Module 10: Extrude Faces
  • Module 11: Split Faces
  • Module 12: Merging Tool
  • Module 01: Material Browsing And Inserting
  • Module 02: Texture and Material Editing
  • Module 03: Insert Light
  • Module 04: Understanding Sun Status
  • Module 05: Image as Material
  • Module 06: Camera Inserting
  • Module 07: Animation and Video Making

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  • Job Oriented Training Program as per Demands of current Industry
  • An ISO 9001:2008 Certified Institute
  • Training Material, Code Documents, Project Case Study and Technical Drawing.
  • Faculty members have 5 to 10 year of Industrial experience
  • Preparation for Interview and Career Consulting.

Eligibility of AUTOCAD Training

  • B.Tech/BE in Civil/Structural Engineering
  • Diploma in Civil/Structural Engineering
  • Master in Civil/Structural Engineering

CAREER SCOPE OF AUTOCAD


AUTOCAD has lot of scope in India & Worlwide. AutoCAD is the basis of every Manufacturing, Automobile Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Construction, & Tool Design industry. One will definitely get a job depending upon skills and the type of course that he/she have done because there are many modules in AUTOCAD, such as drafting, modelling which are further 2D or 3D.

BENEFITS OF LEARNING AUTOCAD


There is a great scope in the automotive sectors around the world. AUTOCAD is very important software for any professional working in the design and drawing section of the construction industry. Almost all the construction drawings are prepared using the AUTOCAD software, and having its deep knowledge is an added advantage for any construction professional AUTOCAD is getting a huge advantage in the animation industry around the world.

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