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AutoCAD 2010 Tutor for Engineering Graphics – Alan J. Kalameja

Engineering graphics is the process of defining an object graphically before it is constructed and used by consumers. Previously, this process for producing a drawing involved the use of drawing aids such as pencils, ink pens, triangles, T-squares, and so forth to place an idea on paper before making changes and producing blue-line prints for distribution. The basic principles and concepts of producing engineering drawings have not changed, even when the computer is used as a tool.

This text uses the basics of engineering graphics to produce 2D drawings and 3D computer models using AutoCAD and a series of tutorial exercises that follow each chapter. Following the tutorials in most chapters, problems are provided to enhance your skills in producing engineering drawings.

Contents:

Introduction
Chapter 1. Getting Started with AutoCAD
Chapter 2. Drawing Setup and Organization
Chapter 3. AutoCAD Display and Basic Selection Operations
Chapter 4. Modifying Your Drawings
Chapter 5. Performing Geometric Constructions
Chapter 6. Working with Text, Fields, and Tables
Chapter 7. Object Grips and Changing the Properties of Objects
Chapter 8. Multiview and Auxiliary View Projections
Chapter 9. Creating Section Views
Chapter 10. Adding Dimensions to Your Drawing
Chapter 11. Managing Dimension Styles
Chapter 12. Analyzing 2D Drawings
Chapter 13. Creating Parametric Drawings
Chapter 14. Working with Drawing Layouts
Chapter 15. Plotting Your Drawings
Chapter 16. Working with Blocks
Chapter 17. Working with Attributes
Chapter 18. Working with External References and Raster Image and DWF Files
Chapter 19. Advanced Layout Techniques
Chapter 20. Solid Modeling Fundamentals
Chapter 21. Concept Modeling, Editing Solids, and Mesh Modeling
Chapter 22. Creating 2D Multiview Drawings from a Solid Model
Chapter 23. Producing Renderings and Motion Studies

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