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18 Mei 2013

ebook - Up and Running with AutoCAD® 2012 2D Drawing and Modeling

Up and Running with AutoCAD® 2012 2D Drawing and Modeling | Elliot Gindis | Elsevier | 2012 | English | 549 p | pdf | 18.8 MB | ISBN : 978-0-12-387683-6 | This book is not like most on the market. While many authors certainly view their particular text as unique and novel in its approach, I rarely reviewed one that was clear to a beginner student and distilled AutoCAD concepts down to basic, easy to understand explanations. The problem may be that many of the available books are written by either industry technical experts or teachers but rarely by someone who is actively both. One really needs to interact with the industry and the students, in equal measure, to bridge the gap between reality and the classroom.
ebook - Up and Running with AutoCAD® 2012 2D Drawing and Modeling
Book Title
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Up and Running with AutoCAD® 2012 2D Drawing and Modeling
Authors
:
Elliot Gindis
Publisher
:
Elsevier
Year
:
2012
Language
:
English
Pages
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549 p
File Format
:
pdf
File Size
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18.8 MB
ABOUT THIS BOOK
This book is not like most on the market. While many authors certainly view their particular text as unique and novel in its approach, I rarely reviewed one that was clear to a beginner student and distilled AutoCAD concepts down to basic, easy to understand explanations. The problem may be that many of the available books are written by either industry technical experts or teachers but rarely by someone who is actively both. One really needs to interact with the industry and the students, in equal measure, to bridge the gap between reality and the classroom.
After years of AutoCAD design work in the daytime and teaching nights and weekends, I set out to create a set of classroom notes that outlined, in an easy to understand manner, exactly how AutoCAD is used and applied, not theoretical musings or clinical descriptions of the commands. These notes eventually were expanded into the book that you now hold. The rationale was simple: I need this person to be up and running as soon as possible to do a job. How do we make this happen?
TEACHING METHODS
This book has its roots in a certain philosophy I developed while attending engineering school many years ago. While there, I had sometimes been frustrated with the complex presentation of what in retrospect amounted to rather simple topics. My favorite quote was, “Most ideas in engineering are not that hard to understand but often become so upon explanation.” The moral of that quote was that concepts can usually be distilled to their essence and explained in an easy and straightforward manner. That is the job of a teacher: Not to blow away students with technical expertise but to use experience and top-level knowledge to sort out what is important and what is secondary and to explain the essentials in plain language.
Such is the approach to this AutoCAD book. I want everything here to be highly practical and easy to understand. There are few descriptions of procedures or commands that are rarely used in practice. If we talk about it, you will likely need it. The fi rst thing you must learn is how to draw a line. You see this command on the fi rst few pages of Chapter 1. It is essential to present the “core” of AutoCAD, essential knowledge common to just about any drafting situation, all of it meant to get you up and running quickly. This stripped down approach proved effective in the classroom and was carefully incorporated into this text.
C O N T E N T S

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

CHAPTER 1
AutoCAD Fundamentals: Part I

1.1
Introduction and Basic Commands

1.2
The AutoCAD Environment

1.3
Interacting with AutoCAD

1.4
Practicing the Create Objects Commands

1.5
View Objects

1.6
Practicing the Edit/Modify Objects Commands

1.7
Selection Methods

1.8
Drawing Accuracy—Part 1

1.9
Drawing Accuracy—Part 2

1.10
OSNAP Drafting Settings

CHAPTER 2
AutoCAD Fundamentals: Part II

2.1
Grips

2.2
Units and Scale

2.3
Snap and Grid

2.4
Cartesian Coordinate System

2.5
Geometric Data Entry

2.6
Inquiry Commands

2.7
Additional Drafting Commands

CHAPTER 3
Layers, Colors, Linetypes, and Properties

3.1
Introduction to Layers

3.2
Introduction to Linetypes

3.3
Introduction to Properties

3.4
In-Class Drawing Project: Floor Plan Layout

CHAPTER 4
Text, Mtext, Editing, and Style

4.1
Introduction to Text and Mtext

4.2
Text

4.3
Mtext

4.4
Style

4.5
Spell Check

4.6
In-Class Drawing Project: Adding Text and Furniture to Floor Plan Layout

CHAPTER 5
Hatch Patterns

5.1
Introduction to Hatch

5.2
Hatch Procedures

5.3
Working with Hatch Patterns

5.4
Gradient and Solid Fill

5.5
In-Class Drawing Project: Adding Hatch to Floor Plan Layout

CHAPTER 6
Dimensions

6.1
Introduction to Dimensions

6.2
Types of Dimensions

6.3
Editing Dimensions

6.4
Customizing Dimensions

6.5
In-Class Drawing Project: Adding Dimensions to Floor Plan Layout

CHAPTER 7
Blocks, Wblocks, Dynamic Blocks, Groups, and Purge

7.1
Introduction to Blocks

7.2
Insert

7.3
Purge

7.4
Wblocks

7.5
Dynamic Blocks

7.6
Groups

CHAPTER 8
Polar, Rectangular, and Path Arrays

8.1
Polar Array

8.2
Rectangular Array

8.3
Path Array

8.4
In-Class Drawing Project: Mechanical Device

CHAPTER 9
Basic Printing and Output

9.1
Introduction to Printing and Plotting

9.2
The Essentials

9.3
The Plot Dialog Box

9.4
Page Setup Manager

CHAPTER 10
Advanced Output—Paper Space

10.1
Introduction to Paper Space

10.2
Paper Space Concepts

CHAPTER 11
Advanced Linework

11.1
Introduction to Advanced Linework

11.2
Pline (Polyline)

11.3
Xline (Construction Line)

11.4
Ray

11.5
Spline

11.6
Mline (Multiline)

11.7
Sketch

CHAPTER 12
Advanced Layers

12.1
Introduction to Advanced Layers

12.2
Script Files

12.3
Layer State Manager

12.4
Layer Filtering

CHAPTER 13
Advanced Dimensions

13.1
Introduction to Advanced Dimensions

13.2
Dimension Style Manager

13.3
Introduction to Constraints

13.4
Geometric Constraints

13.5
Dimensional Constraints

13.6
Dimension Driven Design

CHAPTER 14
Options, Shortcuts, CUI, Design Center, and Express Tools

14.1
Options

14.2
Shortcuts

14.3
Customize User Interface

14.4
Design Center

14.5
Express Tools

CHAPTER 15
Advanced Design and File Management Tools

15.1
Introduction to Advanced Design and File Management Tools

15.2
Align

15.3
Audit and Recover

15.4
Blend

15.5
Break and Join

15.6
CAD Standards

15.7
Calculator

15.8
Defpoints

15.9
Divide and Point Style

15.10
Donut

15.11
Draw Order

15.12
eTransmit

15.13
Filter

15.14
Hyperlink

15.15
Lengthen

15.16
Object Tracking (OTRACK)

15.17
Overkill

15.18
Point and Node

15.19
Publish

15.20
Raster

15.21
Revcloud

15.22
Sheet Sets

15.23
Selection Methods

15.24
Stretch

15.25
System Variables

15.26
Tables

15.27
Tool Palette

15.28
UCS and Crosshair Rotation

15.29
Window Tiling

15.30
Wipeout

CHAPTER 16
Importing and Exporting Data

16.1
Introduction to Importing and Exporting Data

16.2
Importing and Exporting to and from MS Offi ce Applications

16.3
Screen Shots

16.4
JPG

16.5
PDFs

16.6
Other CAD Software

16.7
Exporting and the Save As Feature

16.8
Inserting and OLE

CHAPTER 17
External References (Xrefs)

17.1
Introduction to Xrefs

17.2
Using Xrefs

17.3
Layers in Xrefs

17.4
Editing and Reloading Xrefs

17.5
Multiple Xrefs

17.6
Ribbon and Xrefs

CHAPTER 18
Attributes

18.1
Introduction to Attributes

18.2
Creating the Design

18.3
Creating the Attribute Defi nitions

18.4
Creating the Attribute Block

18.5
Attribute Properties and Editing

18.6
Attribute Extraction

18.7
Invisible Attributes

CHAPTER 19
Advanced Output and Pen Settings

19.1
Introduction to Advanced Output and Pen Settings

19.2
Setting Standards

19.3
The ctb File

19.4
Additional ctb File Features

19.5
The lwt Option

CHAPTER 20
Isometric Drawing

20.1
Introduction to Isometric Perspective

20.2
Basic Technique

20.3
Ellipses in Isometric Drawing

20.4
Text and Dimensions in Isometric Drawing

Appendices

INDEX

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plghackgamerz mengatakan:
30 Mei 2013 22.18
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[cvl] mengatakan:
31 Mei 2013 01.00
@plghackgamerz: mohon maaf gan, saat ini kami belum punya ebook dimaksud... :D
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