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Autocad 3D and 2D Practice Activities

Autocad 3D and 2D Practice Activities

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Published by Jed Tedor
If you want to learn the basics of Autocad. Try this course activities from Iligan Computer Institute (ICI). Of course, it helps a lot if you enroll in their crash courses. I you think you can do it on your own, read the Autocad 2D and 3D course manual (also from ICI), which I also published here. Of course, a little engineering drawing course would come in handy too..

Download it, print and pactice, and if you liked what you've done, Please come back and leave comments..

God Bless! Have Fun making the activities!

For background reading about engineering drawing, try this document: http://www.scribd.com/doc/6714756/Design-Manual-of-Engineering-Drawing-To-British-and-International-Standards published by api_user_11797_av1a (...
If you want to learn the basics of Autocad. Try this course activities from Iligan Computer Institute (ICI). Of course, it helps a lot if you enroll in their crash courses. I you think you can do it on your own, read the Autocad 2D and 3D course manual (also from ICI), which I also published here. Of course, a little engineering drawing course would come in handy too..

Download it, print and pactice, and if you liked what you've done, Please come back and leave comments..

God Bless! Have Fun making the activities!

For background reading about engineering drawing, try this document: http://www.scribd.com/doc/6714756/Design-Manual-of-Engineering-Drawing-To-British-and-International-Standards published by api_user_11797_av1a (...

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Published by: Jed Tedor on Jul 11, 2008
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Figure 1. To make this object, notice the absolute coordinate location of the smallercircle (4,4.5) which is where you are going to start with. And the rest of the objectfollows with it.Figure 2. This object is made with the advantage of the direct distance entrycommand to first make the perimeter (first without the curves). The curves in thesides can be made by using the
fillet 
or
circle-ttr 
command then
trim
.
 
Figure 3. Again notice the absolute coordinate location of the line in 1, 3 and thepoint in 5,7 which is where the rest of the drawing follows.Figure 4. This object again has absolute coordinates to follow. This is made through
circles-2P
,
lines
, and
ars
(start-center-radius).Figure 5. To make this object, start with the
line
, then the
arcs
. The center of thearc in 45º is the endpoint of the location 1.50.Figure 6. This drawing again has absolute coordinate locations to follow. Thetriangle is made by following those commands given in numbered order. To circleinside the triangle is made through
cicle-ttr 
command.
 
Figure 7. Though this object can be made through lines and arcs, the objective is tomake this one using polylines wherein the lines and arcs are connected.Figure 8. This object starts with the smaller circles with the diameter or 0.50 andthe rest follows. A
circle-ttr 
command is more useful than using
arc
to make thecurves.

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