This intermediate-to-advanced hands-on lab offers AutoCAD 3D veterans and 2D users a chance to explore 2D model documentation of 3D models from AutoCAD 2014 and Inventor® 2014 software. Create base views and projected views from 3D solid or surface models. Use the new Viewbase command to generate a base 2D view and the Viewproj command to create projected orthographic views. Learn to edit the 3D models and update the derived drawing views, and add dimensions to the drawing views and modify the 3D model to update the dimensions. Are commands such as Flatshot, Solview, Soldraw, and Solproj superseded? Find out! In this class, we also explore the Exportlayout command for exporting a layout containing drawing views to model space. If you have used AutoCAD 3D in the past or are new to 3D but have a good 2D background, attend this lab and get ready to be surprised!
J.C. Malitzke is President of Digital JC CAD Services Inc. and is the former department chair of Computer Integrated Technologies and a faculty member at Moraine Valley Community College in the greater Chicago area. He managed and taught for the college's Autodesk Authorized Training Center. He has been using and teaching Autodesk® products for 28 years. J.C. is co-author to Good-Heart Wilcox Publisher for AutoCAD® and Its Applications Advanced. He is the recipient of several educator awards, including, Professor of the Year,and the Illinois Trustee Association's Faculty Member of the Year, and a top presenter award winner at Autodesk University. J.C. is a Certified Autodesk Instructor and a Autodesk Certification Evaluator. This is his 19th year presenting at Autodesk University. He holds a BS degree in education and a MS in industrial technology from Illinois State University. Contact J.C. at: email@example.com.
This intermediate-to-advanced hands-on lab offers AutoCAD 3D veterans a chance to explore the 2D model documentation of 3D models from AutoCAD 2014 and Inventor® software. After creating base views and projected views from 3D solid or surface models, we explore sectional views. Using 3D models, we create Full, Half, Offset and Aligned sectional drawing views. We create circular and rectangular detail views. We edit the 3D models and update the derived drawing views. We add dimensions to the drawing views and modify the 3D model to update the dimensions. We explore the creation of undocumented Auxiliary views. If you used AutoCAD 3D in the past to create 2D multi-view drawings from 3D models, attend this class and get ready to be surprised.
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