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Table of contents 1. Introduction to AutoCAD and Working with the Windows Environment. 2. Creating Your First Drawing. 3. Viewing and Plotting a Drawing. 4. Basic CAD Drawing Techniques. 5. Understanding Layers and Line Types. 6. Creating Basic Geometry. 7. Annotating a Drawing with Text and Hatching. 8. Drawing Accurately. 9. Creating Selection Sets. 10. Basic Editing Skills. 11. Editing With Grips. 12. Advanced Drawing Technique. 13. Dimensioning a Drawing. 14. Modifying Object Characteristics and Extracting Information from Your Drawing. 15. Using Symbols and Attributes. 16. Creating Isometric Drawings.
Focuses on using AutoCAD as a drafting tool, helping students understand the foundations for the software's commands, learn skills, and progress into drawing areas such as dimensioning an object. This book offers a non-discipline approach that is equally accessible to students of mechanics, architecture or electronics.