AutoCAD is the popular Computer Aided Design (CAD) software mainly employed in mechanical, electrical, civil, and architecture trade. Engineers, architects and interior designers take the help of AutoCAD software to draw 2D and 3D drawings or models. Typically AutoCAD is the bestselling product of Autodesk Inc. AutoCAD software is extremely demanded in manufacturing concerns, shipbuilding, industrial & architectural design and alike industries.
What you'll learn
Spoton offers training for various other engineering applications too. Few of the cad applications are given below:
Autodesk AutoCAD 2D & 3D
2D AutoCAD training on the worlds most widely used and fully featured drafting software. Autodesk software continues to go from strength to strength with the constant addition of new drafting features to aid drawing productivity and streamline drawing workflows.
The basic auto cad course will give candidates foundation knowledge in the use of this powerful drafting software that is used across multiple design, architectural and engineering companies worldwide.
Advanced AutoCAD courses focus on 3D designs, as well as the required navigation and modeling tools used to create 3D drawings. Students learn to use concepts such as lighting, mapping and solid-model creation. Courses can also include practice in importing and scanning images into 3D models.Once you learn the material in this course, there really is no limit to what you’ll be able to design, model and draw.
Course Outline (2D)
- User Interface
- Creating Drawings
- Manipulating Objects
- Drawing Organization and Inquiry Commands
- Altering Objects Module
- Working with Layouts
- Hatching Objects
- Working with Reusable Content
- Creating Additional Drawing Objects
- Create Template Content
- Insert and Manage External References
- Isolate or Hide Displayed Objects
- Layouts and Visibility Module
- Printing and Plotting
Course Outline (3D)
- Creating a 3D workspace(s)
- User Coordinate Systems (UCS)
- 3D editing & manipulation
- Flattening 3D to 2D
- Using visual styles
- Viewing in 3D – Isometric & Perspective
- More complex Solids – extrude, loft, revolve, sweep etc.
- Display Modes (Visual Styles, Transparency, Edge Effects)
- Creating Basic Solid Primitives
- Creating solids by thickening
- Using Viewports in 3D