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The start of the drawing in AutoCAD
The start of the drawing in AutoCAD
The start of the drawing in AutoCAD: AutoCAD lesson for beginners.
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Autocad 3d Tutorial
Autocad 3d Tutorial
In this lesson, I try to exposure of the methods and techniques for building rich models by de AutoCAD 2012 may choose to hand the lemon juice as a model ... I hope that the lesson would advise you to
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Lesson 4-8: Introduction To System Variables
Lesson 4-8: Introduction To System Variables
AutoCAD is a complex program and one of its major selling points is that it is highly customizable. Every user will use AutoCAD differently. Some use icons, some use command line prompts. Each drawing is also different. You may have different text heights, or dimension styles from one drawing to the next. To keep track of these different parameters, AutoCAD uses a large number of system variables to do this.
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Lesson 3-7: Regions And 3-d Surfaces
Lesson 3-7: Regions And 3-d Surfaces
In this lesson, you`ll begin using true 3-D commands. First you will create a 2-D region and then extrude it into a 3-D solid. Then you will add 3-D surfaces to the tops of your previous drawing (line thickness) to close the back, sides and seat.
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Lesson 1-10: Changing The Properties Of Objects
Lesson 1-10: Changing The Properties Of Objects
Now that you have learned how to draw objects and modify them using special commands, you need to know one more way changing the properties of an object. For instance, you may have made a spelling mistake in your text. You could erase it and re-create it, or you could double-click on it and just correct the error. This method is an extremely important tool to help you with your CAD work.
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LESSON 1-3: ASSIGNMENT 2 More Modifying Commands
LESSON 1-3: ASSIGNMENT 2 More Modifying Commands
The previous lesson dealt with drawing commands. This lesson will introduce the common modifying commands. In AutoCAD, you will use modifying commands more often than drawing commands. Now that you know that basics, here`s some more commands to add to your collection.
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You Have Selected Acad 2005 New Features, Lesson 3: Sheet Sets - Resource Files And Views
You Have Selected Acad 2005 New Features, Lesson 3: Sheet Sets - Resource Files And Views
Here we learn all the latest AutoCAD features. This is a must for all AutoCAD users looking to stay tuned in. (Video Tutorial).
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Acad 2005 New Features, Lesson 6: Sheet Sets - Lists And General Summary
Acad 2005 New Features, Lesson 6: Sheet Sets - Lists And General Summary
Here we learn all the latest AutoCAD features. This is a must for all AutoCAD users looking to stay tuned in. (Video Tutorial).
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Autolisp Lesson #7 - Program Control
Autolisp Lesson #7 - Program Control
AutoLISP has many predefined functions to allow you to control your programs. Some of these functions are what are known as "relational" operators, and some are known as "conditional" operators.
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Autolisp Lesson #8 - Looping
Autolisp Lesson #8 - Looping
There are three basic styles of loops you can use, the first is the counting loop, the second is the continuously evaluating loop, and the third is the endless loop. The counting loop goes through the loop a certain predetermined number of times. The continuously evaluating loop, loops until some condition is met at which time it terminates. The endless loop executes forever, it`s the kind we don`t want to write in our lisp programs.
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Autolisp Lesson #10 - Input And Output
Autolisp Lesson #10 - Input And Output
The most important part of any program, other than the internal calculations that occur, will be the input / output section. These are the parts of your program that deal with getting Information from the user and storing or retrieving data from a storage area. The Dialog Control Language (DCL) will not be covered in this text, due to the expansive nature of the subject. The user interface
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Autolisp Learning Series - Lesson One: The Elements Of Lists
Autolisp Learning Series - Lesson One: The Elements Of Lists
Learn the basic elements of AutoLISP in this first installment of a fourteen-part series.
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Autolisp Learning Series - Lesson Five: Writing New Autocad Commands - Part 1
Autolisp Learning Series - Lesson Five: Writing New Autocad Commands - Part 1
In this lesson you will begin exploring the ability to define your own AutoLISP functions and AutoCAD commands.
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Applying Customization: A Lisp Macro Zoom
Applying Customization: A Lisp Macro Zoom
This lesson will show you how to construct a macro that adds a new AutoCAD command to your program.
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Creating A Hatch Pattern, Part 2
Creating A Hatch Pattern, Part 2
Last lesson, we were introduced to AutoCAD`s hatch patterns and how they work. We created a simple pattern on-the-fly with the Hatch command. This lesson, we dig into the contents of the Acad.Pat file to get a better understanding of how a pattern is constructed.
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