AutoCAD 2011 3D Drawing & Modeling
More and more AutoCAD users are venturing out of their traditional and familiar two-dimensional world to explore the possibilities of 3D modeling. Thanks to many software enhancements in this area, 3D is an increasingly useful and widespread tool. However, the leap into three dimensions requires some changes in thinking and drawing habits.
AutoCAD 3D Modeling training course introduces students who are proficient with AutoCAD’s 2D commands to the concepts and methods of 3D modeling. The course provides a thorough grounding in the fundamentals of 3D and explores the main features of AutoCAD’s advanced 3D Modeling workspace.
AutoCAD Fundamentals and Advanced (or equivalent) and at least 100 hrs of experience with AutoCAD.
- 3D viewing techniques
- Working with simple and composite solids
- Creating complex solids and surfaces
- Modifying objects in 3D space
- Editing solids
- Creating sections, camera perspectives, and animations
- Converting 3D objects
- Setting up a rendering with materials and lights
- Creating 2D drawings from 3D models
- Working with a User Coordinate System
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Last updated or reviewed on 9/2/11