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Autocad Advanced

COURSE CODE: ACAD1502
COURSE NAME: AUTOCAD ADVANCED
  • AutoCAD Advanced training makes you learn the use of further AutoCAD features and commands.
  • This course is intended for users of AutoCAD who want to enhance their drafting skills to match the industry requirements.
  • The student learns how to setup and configure AutoCAD.
  • Layer command is explained in detail to customize drawings as per company standards.
  • Advanced dimensioning principles are incorporated to standardize drawings.
  • The use of Blocks is further explained to refer them for other drawings.
  • Microsoft Office Specialist certification gives you the tools to build a brighter future.
  • Achieve industry-recognized certification.
  • Learn the computing skills companies are looking for.
  • Differentiate yourself from other applicants.
  • Gain valuable experience and confidence.
  • Heighten your earning potential.
certifications

    Drawing Curves and Points

  • Understanding the circle options
  • Creating circles
  • Understanding arc options
  • Creating Ellipses and Elliptical Arcs
  • Making Donuts
  • Placing Points
  • Changing the point style
  • Editing Your Drawing with Advanced Tools

  • Mirroring objects
  • Using the ARRAY command
  • Offsetting objects
  • Aligning objects

  • Breaking objects
  • Joining objects
  • Creating chamfered corners
  • Creating rounded corners
  • Creating a Revision Cloud
  • Organizing Drawings with Layers and Object Properties

  • Using special layer tools
  • Modifying layers
  • Manipulating Object Color, Linetype, Lineweight, and Transparency

  • Changing an objects color
  • Altering an objects linetype
  • Changing an objects lineweight
  • Altering an objects transparency
  • Changing linetype spacing by using a different linetype
  • Matching Properties
  • Altering an objects transparency
  • Obtaining Information from Your Drawing

  • Listing objects
  • Finding coordinates
  • Measuring objects
  • Getting information from the Properties palette
  • Dividing objects
  • Measuring objects
  • Creating Text

  • Using the In-Place Text Editor
  • Creating text for different scales
  • Editing paragraph text
  • Creating a new text style
  • Modifying a text style
  • Inserting a table
  • Specifying a table style
  • Modifying a table
  • Drawing Dimensions

  • Creating Ordinate Dimensions
  • Drawing Leaders
  • Using Quick Dimension
  • Creating a multileader
  • Editing multileaders
  • Creating a multileader style
  • Aligning and combining leaders
  • Creating Geometric Tolerances

  • Starting the tolerance frame
  • Inserting the tolerance frame
  • Editing a tolerance frame
  • Editing associativity using the DIMEDIT command

  • Using the DIMTEDIT command
  • Flipping dimension arrows
  • Editing dimension text
  • Using the Properties palette to edit dimensions
  • Changing annotative scales
  • Spacing dimensions equally apart
  • Breaking dimensions
  • Using Quick Dimension to edit dimensions
  • Using grips to edit dimensions
  • Editing objects and dimensions together
  • Creating Dimension Styles

  • Managing dimension lines
  • Defining symbols and arrows
  • Managing dimension text
  • Defining primary units
  • Defining alternate units
  • Formatting tolerances
  • Changing Dimension Styles

  • Choosing a new current dimension style
  • Creating a variant of a dimension style
  • Modifying a dimension to use a new dimension style
  • Modifying dimension styles
  • Overriding a dimension style
  • Updating dimensions
  • Comparing dimension styles
  • Drawing Complex Objects

  • Creating and Editing Polylines
  • Using the PLINE command
  • Creating Regions
  • Creating Boundaries
  • Working with Blocks

  • Inserting Blocks and Files into Drawings
  • Using the Insert dialog box
  • Using the DesignCenter
  • Managing Blocks
  • Working with block layers
  • Exploding blocks
  • Using the XPLODE command
  • Redefining a block
  • Editing blocks
  • Creating and Using Dynamic Blocks
  • Understanding action-based parameters
  • Understanding the work flow of dynamic blocks
  • Defining a dynamic block with action-based parameters
  • Inserting and using dynamic blocks
  • Working with Xref and Attributes

    • Newcomer to AutoCAD
    • X, XII Pass
    • Graduates / Under Graduates
    • ITI / Diploma Engineers
    • CAD Operators
    • Product Designers
    • Interior Designers
    • Machine Operators
    • Maintenance Engineers
    • Production Engineers
    • Freehand Sketching Fundamentals (Course Code : EG1501)
    • Engineering Drawing Practices (Course Code : EG1502)
    • Machine Drawing and Blueprint Reading(Course Code : EG1503)
    • Construction Drawing Practices And Graphic Standards (Course Code : EG1504)
    • Fundamentals Of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing GD and T (Course Code : EG1505)