Overview

AutoCAD is a versatile and most ubiquitous commercial Drafting & Modeling software tool developed and marketed by AUTODESK

AutoCAD is an essential tool for High School Students, Technical Students, Draftsmen, Diploma Engineers, Mechanical, Automobile Engineers, and Corporate Managers and is used by over 20 million users worldwide.

AutoCAD is used across a wide range of industries, like Aerospace & Defense, Automobile & Transportation, Marine Engineering, Education, Manufacturing, etc.

Course Highlights

  • 2D Drafting & Annotations
  • 3D Modeling & Design
  • Productivity Tools
  • Project Work

Duration of Course

  • 15 Hours Theory
  • 20 Hours Practical
  • 10 Hours Project work
Technical Features
  • Navigating the working Environment
  • Displaying objects
  • Co-ordinate system
  • First and Third Angel Projection Method
  • Setting Units
  • Object creation and Modification tools
  • Working with layers and text
  • Customization of Properties
  • Apply Hatch and Gradient
  • Drawing Creation
  • Creation of Industrial Title Blocks
  • Preparing Isometric Drawings
  • Applying Dimensions with Tolerance
  • Parametric Drawing Creation
  • Introductions to 3D Modeling
  • 3D coordinate system
  • Wire Frame Modeling
  • Surface and Solid modeling
  • Convert 3D to 2D with Flatshot
  • Section view creation
  • Editing and visualizing 3D Solids
  • Apply Materials
  • Lights and Camera
  • Rendering 3D Objects
  • Sheet set Manager
  • Block and dynamic Blocks
  • Tool Palette and design center
  • Animation and presentation with Scripts
  • Customization Screen
  • External References
  • Hyperlink your Drawing
  • Import /Export AutoCAD Files

AutoCAD’s primary purpose in mechanical engineering is to accurately draw both 2D and 3D representations of ideas. Therefore, it is a way of visualizing products before the prototype stage.¬†It can help highlight design flaws and issues in the early stages of the design process, as well as help engineers resolve them.

AutoCAD is better suited for general-purpose 2D and 3D drafting, while Solidworks excels in developing sophisticated 3D models and simulations. There is no way to say one of these is superior to the other because it depends upon your requirements. Comparing AutoCAD to Solidworks is an apples-to-oranges comparison.

AutoCAD is in high demand because it is one of the most widely used CAD software programs. You will find it listed as a prerequisite to employment in any architectural or engineering role.

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