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Engineers : Mechanical, Civil, Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Petroleum, Design Engineers all make use of AutoCAD for fabrication and simulation drawings.
Architecture : Architects use Auto-cad extensively in building design, Autodesk specifically created a version of AutoCAD i.e. AutoCAD Architecture. Any student aspiring to become an architect should attend an AutoCAD training.
Industrial Designer : The job of an industrial designer would be impossible without AutoCAD. Every industrial designer should learn AutoCAD.
Panel designing, wiring diagram, design breaker design.
Civil Engineer in construction field.
Jobs related to CNC 2D cutters, Plasma/ Laser/ Water jet.
AutoCAD has the highest employment and industry demand. Because of its industry standard format, this particular CAD software is used almost in every manufacturing sector. There are plenty jobs in the field of designing and also provides a better future scope.
- AutoCAD Interface
- Co-Ordinate System
- Drafting Settings
- Selection Methods
- Erase, Copy, Mirror, Offset, Move, Rotate, Scale, Stretch, Trim, Extend, Break, Break at Point, Join, Fillet, Chamfer
- Importance of Sketching Planes
- Reference Elements
- Other Sketch-Based Features
- Array, Lengthen, Solid, Fill, Donut, Multiline, Polyline Edit
- Isometric View
- Drawing Limits
- Layer & Object Properties
- Creating & Editing Text
- Creating & Editing Dimensions
- Working With Blocks
- Types of Table
- Different Types of Style ( Text, Dimension, Table, Multi Leader, Multiline, Point, Plot)
- Design Centre
- Inquiry Tools
- Quick Calculator & Calculator
- External Reference
- OLE Object
- Working With Layouts
- Steering Wheels
- Action Recorder
- Multiple Views & Viewports
- Plotting a Drawing
- Types of 3D Model
- Visual Style
- Creating Solid Primitives
- Models from 2D Profiles
- Extrude, Sweep, Revolve, Loft
- Boolean Operation
- Creating Composite Solid
- Working with UCS
- Solid editing
- Changing the 3D Model Position
- Introduction to Surface Modelling
- Creating Surface Primitives
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