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Sheet Set Manager In Autocad 2005
Sheet Set Manager In Autocad 2005
Streaming video tip explores a tool to help you organize your sheets for plotting, creating DWF files, e-transmitting your sheets, creating a sheet index and archiving your project.
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Lesson 3-16: Putting It All Together - Model A Building
Lesson 3-16: Putting It All Together - Model A Building
If you have completed the previous lessons in this level, you now have the tools to create a large variety of objects in 3D. This lesson is designed to show how to create simple building in 3D from start to finish.
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Lesson 3-10: Primitive Solids
Lesson 3-10: Primitive Solids
A primitive solid is a ‘building block` that you can use to work with in 3D. Rather than extruding or revolving an object, AutoCAD has some basic 3D shape commands at your disposal. From these basic primitives, you can start building your 3D models. In many cases, you get the same result from drawing circles and rectangles and then extruding them, but doing it one command is generally faster. Using these with Boolean operations can be a very effective way of drawing in 3D.
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You Have Selected Acad 2005 New Features, Lesson 4: View Ports, Callout Bubbles, And View Adjustments
You Have Selected Acad 2005 New Features, Lesson 4: View Ports, Callout Bubbles, And View Adjustments
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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Lesson 3-7a: More About Extruding
Lesson 3-7a: More About Extruding
The purpose of this lesson is to look further at the EXTRUDE command. As you saw in Lesson 3-7, it can be used to create a 3D solid from a 2D shape. Two other ways you can extrude (which you may have seen as options on the command line) are to taper the extrusion and the extrude a shape along a path. If you need to, you can also combine the two options and extrude along a path while tapering the shape (shown below).
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Lesson 4-1: Autocad Template Files
Lesson 4-1: Autocad Template Files
Whether you know it not, you have already used templates to begin a new drawing. AutoCAD uses a template every time it starts up. If you do not use your own template, AutoCAD will use a default one.
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Lesson 4-11: Modifying And Creating Dimensions
Lesson 4-11: Modifying And Creating Dimensions
A drawing needs to contain certain information. Most drawings will show you what the object is (as clearly as possible) but won`t tell you everything unless you dimension it. Would you agree to buy a house just by looking at the floor plan if it wasn`t dimensioned? Would manufacturers know how to build your product if you didn`t dimension it? Quickly you ca see how important it is that a drawing used to convey information must have clear, accurate dimensions.
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Lesson 3-5: Basic Wire Frame Models
Lesson 3-5: Basic Wire Frame Models
In this lesson, you will be drawing two objects. First, you will draw the shape from the isometric exercise (refer to that exercise for dimensions) using the same line command that you have always used. Then you will draw a simple chair using the same method. This will be good practice to work on the XYZ co-ordinate system. Wireframe models are the simplest form of true 3D drawings. More...
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Customization Corner: Toolbars, Part Ii
Customization Corner: Toolbars, Part Ii
This is a great way to organize your tools on the screen instead of having several different toolbars open and only using a couple of buttons on each one. This month I am going to take a look at creating a user-defined button and flyout.***Free Registration Required***
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Autocad 2005 - The Cad-guy`s First Look
Autocad 2005 - The Cad-guy`s First Look
Overview of the latest version - focusing on Set Sheets, changes in plotting and new drafting tools - to help you decide whether you should upgrade.
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Acad 2005 New Features, Lesson 5: Sheet Sets - Select Selections, Archive, Etransmit, And Publish
Acad 2005 New Features, Lesson 5: Sheet Sets - Select Selections, Archive, Etransmit, And Publish
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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Keep All Your Project`s Eggs In One Basket
Keep All Your Project`s Eggs In One Basket
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Lesson 4-3: Linetypes In Autocad
Lesson 4-3: Linetypes In Autocad
When you have been drawing in AutoCAD, almost all of the lines have been continuous. This is a particular linetype. Most simple drawings can be drawn with just this one linetype. More advanced drawings will require different linetypes such as center lines, hidden lines, phantom lines and others.
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Looking At The Sheet Set Manager With Fields In Autocad 2005
Looking At The Sheet Set Manager With Fields In Autocad 2005
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