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Technical Drafting I     (details...)

Students will learn the use of drafting instruments and basic techniques of technical sketching; geometry of technical drawings, orthographic projection and drawing specifications.

AutoCAD-II     (details...)

This course is designed to provide intermediate level studies for AutoCAD. Emphasis is on modification and editing of drawings and their visual presentation, customizing the workspace, and controlling the environment. In addition, 3D drawings are developed.

AutoCAD R14: Mechanical Desktop Training     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD Mechanical Desktop. Parametric disciplines are taught in the definition of models according to size, shape and positional relationships and constraints. Data exchange and desktop interfaces are included in the curriculum.

Intermediate AutoCAD for Architects     (details...)

This course covers advanced use of blocks with attributes, multiline, grips, database extraction, external reference files, networking, dimensioning techniques, and system variables, plus printing and plotting methods using paper space. Also included is a comprehensive view of many new features of AutoCAD including an introduction to 3D modeling and rendering.

Introduction to AutoCAD for Manufacturing     (details...)

This course is intended to introduce students to AutoCAD fundamentals, along with attendant interrelationships with Computer Numeric Control (CNC) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM). Subject matter includes basic drawing commands, dimensions and coordinates, and interfacing with software.

Introduction to AutoCAD for Architects     (details...)

This course covers all Professional Level 1 AutoCAD two-dimensional drawing fundamentals. Major topics include the AutoCAD operating system, menu structure, and commands. Accurate drawing set-up techniques, geometry creation, manipulation and alteration editing functions are covered, along with display, printing, and plotting techniques. Topics presented with hands-on lab exercises.

Introduction to AutoCAD     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD concepts and fundamentals. Subjects include drawing commands and enhancements, basic constructions and geometric figures, text manipulation, and system variables and objects. Prerequisite: Windows 95 experience, knowledge of drafting or mechanical concepts helpful.

AutoCAD 3D     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to 3D features of AutoCAD and, through extensive hands-on exercises, how to design true 3D objects. The course of study encompasses basic wire-frame models through realistic three-dimensional drawings.

AutoCAD-I     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD concepts and fundamentals. Subjects include drawing commands and enhancements, basic constructions and geometric figures, text manipulation, and system variables and objects.

Technical Drafting II     (details...)

Students will perform section views, auxiliary views and provide a set of working drawings of an assembly. Know-ledge of shop processes and how they relate to drawings will be explored.

AutoCAD 3D     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to 3D features of AutoCAD and, through extensive hands-on exercises, how to design true 3D objects. The course of study encompasses basic wire-frame models through realistic three-dimensional drawings.

Intermediate AutoCAD for Architects     (details...)

This course covers advanced use of blocks with attributes, multiline, grips, database extraction, external reference files, networking, dimensioning techniques, and system variables, plus printing and plotting methods using paper space. Also included is a comprehensive view of many new features of AutoCAD including an introduction to 3D modeling and rendering.

AutoCAD-II     (details...)

This course is designed to provide intermediate level studies for AutoCAD. Emphasis is on modification and editing of drawings and their visual presentation, customizing the workspace, and controlling the environment. In addition, 3D drawings are developed.

Introduction to AutoCAD for Architects     (details...)

This course covers all Professional Level 1 AutoCAD two-dimensional drawing fundamentals. Major topics include the AutoCAD operating system, menu structure, and commands. Accurate drawing set-up techniques, geometry creation, manipulation and alteration editing functions are covered, along with display, printing, and plotting techniques. Topics presented with hands-on lab exercises.

Technical Drafting II     (details...)

Students will perform section views, auxiliary views and provide a set of working drawings of an assembly. Know-ledge of shop processes and how they relate to drawings will be explored.

Technical Drafting I     (details...)

Students will learn the use of drafting instruments and basic techniques of technical sketching; geometry of technical drawings, orthographic projection and drawing specifications.

Introduction to AutoCAD for Manufacturing     (details...)

This course is intended to introduce students to AutoCAD fundamentals, along with attendant interrelationships with Computer Numeric Control (CNC) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM). Subject matter includes basic drawing commands, dimensions and coordinates, and interfacing with software.

Introduction to AutoCAD     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD concepts and fundamentals. Subjects include drawing commands and enhancements, basic constructions and geometric figures, text manipulation, and system variables and objects. Prerequisite: Windows 95 experience, knowledge of drafting or mechanical concepts helpful.

AutoCAD-I     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD concepts and fundamentals. Subjects include drawing commands and enhancements, basic constructions and geometric figures, text manipulation, and system variables and objects.

AutoCAD R14: Mechanical Desktop Training     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD Mechanical Desktop. Parametric disciplines are taught in the definition of models according to size, shape and positional relationships and constraints. Data exchange and desktop interfaces are included in the curriculum.

Intermediate AutoCAD for Architects     (details...)

This course covers advanced use of blocks with attributes, multiline, grips, database extraction, external reference files, networking, dimensioning techniques, and system variables, plus printing and plotting methods using paper space. Also included is a comprehensive view of many new features of AutoCAD including an introduction to 3D modeling and rendering.

AutoCAD-I     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD concepts and fundamentals. Subjects include drawing commands and enhancements, basic constructions and geometric figures, text manipulation, and system variables and objects.

Introduction to AutoCAD for Manufacturing     (details...)

This course is intended to introduce students to AutoCAD fundamentals, along with attendant interrelationships with Computer Numeric Control (CNC) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM). Subject matter includes basic drawing commands, dimensions and coordinates, and interfacing with software.

Introduction to AutoCAD     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD concepts and fundamentals. Subjects include drawing commands and enhancements, basic constructions and geometric figures, text manipulation, and system variables and objects. Prerequisite: Windows 95 experience, knowledge of drafting or mechanical concepts helpful.

AutoCAD-II     (details...)

This course is designed to provide intermediate level studies for AutoCAD. Emphasis is on modification and editing of drawings and their visual presentation, customizing the workspace, and controlling the environment. In addition, 3D drawings are developed.

AutoCAD 3D     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to 3D features of AutoCAD and, through extensive hands-on exercises, how to design true 3D objects. The course of study encompasses basic wire-frame models through realistic three-dimensional drawings.

Technical Drafting II     (details...)

Students will perform section views, auxiliary views and provide a set of working drawings of an assembly. Know-ledge of shop processes and how they relate to drawings will be explored.

Introduction to AutoCAD for Architects     (details...)

This course covers all Professional Level 1 AutoCAD two-dimensional drawing fundamentals. Major topics include the AutoCAD operating system, menu structure, and commands. Accurate drawing set-up techniques, geometry creation, manipulation and alteration editing functions are covered, along with display, printing, and plotting techniques. Topics presented with hands-on lab exercises.

Technical Drafting I     (details...)

Students will learn the use of drafting instruments and basic techniques of technical sketching; geometry of technical drawings, orthographic projection and drawing specifications.

AutoCAD R14: Mechanical Desktop Training     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD Mechanical Desktop. Parametric disciplines are taught in the definition of models according to size, shape and positional relationships and constraints. Data exchange and desktop interfaces are included in the curriculum.

Intermediate AutoCAD for Architects     (details...)

This course covers advanced use of blocks with attributes, multiline, grips, database extraction, external reference files, networking, dimensioning techniques, and system variables, plus printing and plotting methods using paper space. Also included is a comprehensive view of many new features of AutoCAD including an introduction to 3D modeling and rendering.

Technical Drafting I     (details...)

Students will learn the use of drafting instruments and basic techniques of technical sketching; geometry of technical drawings, orthographic projection and drawing specifications.

AutoCAD-II     (details...)

This course is designed to provide intermediate level studies for AutoCAD. Emphasis is on modification and editing of drawings and their visual presentation, customizing the workspace, and controlling the environment. In addition, 3D drawings are developed.

AutoCAD-I     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD concepts and fundamentals. Subjects include drawing commands and enhancements, basic constructions and geometric figures, text manipulation, and system variables and objects.

Introduction to AutoCAD     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD concepts and fundamentals. Subjects include drawing commands and enhancements, basic constructions and geometric figures, text manipulation, and system variables and objects. Prerequisite: Windows 95 experience, knowledge of drafting or mechanical concepts helpful.

Introduction to AutoCAD for Architects     (details...)

This course covers all Professional Level 1 AutoCAD two-dimensional drawing fundamentals. Major topics include the AutoCAD operating system, menu structure, and commands. Accurate drawing set-up techniques, geometry creation, manipulation and alteration editing functions are covered, along with display, printing, and plotting techniques. Topics presented with hands-on lab exercises.

AutoCAD 3D     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to 3D features of AutoCAD and, through extensive hands-on exercises, how to design true 3D objects. The course of study encompasses basic wire-frame models through realistic three-dimensional drawings.

AutoCAD R14: Mechanical Desktop Training     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD Mechanical Desktop. Parametric disciplines are taught in the definition of models according to size, shape and positional relationships and constraints. Data exchange and desktop interfaces are included in the curriculum.

Technical Drafting II     (details...)

Students will perform section views, auxiliary views and provide a set of working drawings of an assembly. Know-ledge of shop processes and how they relate to drawings will be explored.

Introduction to AutoCAD for Manufacturing     (details...)

This course is intended to introduce students to AutoCAD fundamentals, along with attendant interrelationships with Computer Numeric Control (CNC) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM). Subject matter includes basic drawing commands, dimensions and coordinates, and interfacing with software.

Technical Drafting II     (details...)

Students will perform section views, auxiliary views and provide a set of working drawings of an assembly. Know-ledge of shop processes and how they relate to drawings will be explored.

Introduction to AutoCAD for Manufacturing     (details...)

This course is intended to introduce students to AutoCAD fundamentals, along with attendant interrelationships with Computer Numeric Control (CNC) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM). Subject matter includes basic drawing commands, dimensions and coordinates, and interfacing with software.

Intermediate AutoCAD for Architects     (details...)

This course covers advanced use of blocks with attributes, multiline, grips, database extraction, external reference files, networking, dimensioning techniques, and system variables, plus printing and plotting methods using paper space. Also included is a comprehensive view of many new features of AutoCAD including an introduction to 3D modeling and rendering.

Technical Drafting I     (details...)

Students will learn the use of drafting instruments and basic techniques of technical sketching; geometry of technical drawings, orthographic projection and drawing specifications.

Introduction to AutoCAD for Architects     (details...)

This course covers all Professional Level 1 AutoCAD two-dimensional drawing fundamentals. Major topics include the AutoCAD operating system, menu structure, and commands. Accurate drawing set-up techniques, geometry creation, manipulation and alteration editing functions are covered, along with display, printing, and plotting techniques. Topics presented with hands-on lab exercises.

Introduction to AutoCAD     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD concepts and fundamentals. Subjects include drawing commands and enhancements, basic constructions and geometric figures, text manipulation, and system variables and objects. Prerequisite: Windows 95 experience, knowledge of drafting or mechanical concepts helpful.

AutoCAD-II     (details...)

This course is designed to provide intermediate level studies for AutoCAD. Emphasis is on modification and editing of drawings and their visual presentation, customizing the workspace, and controlling the environment. In addition, 3D drawings are developed.

AutoCAD R14: Mechanical Desktop Training     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD Mechanical Desktop. Parametric disciplines are taught in the definition of models according to size, shape and positional relationships and constraints. Data exchange and desktop interfaces are included in the curriculum.

AutoCAD 3D     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to 3D features of AutoCAD and, through extensive hands-on exercises, how to design true 3D objects. The course of study encompasses basic wire-frame models through realistic three-dimensional drawings.

AutoCAD-I     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD concepts and fundamentals. Subjects include drawing commands and enhancements, basic constructions and geometric figures, text manipulation, and system variables and objects.

Intermediate AutoCAD for Architects     (details...)

This course covers advanced use of blocks with attributes, multiline, grips, database extraction, external reference files, networking, dimensioning techniques, and system variables, plus printing and plotting methods using paper space. Also included is a comprehensive view of many new features of AutoCAD including an introduction to 3D modeling and rendering.

Introduction to AutoCAD for Architects     (details...)

This course covers all Professional Level 1 AutoCAD two-dimensional drawing fundamentals. Major topics include the AutoCAD operating system, menu structure, and commands. Accurate drawing set-up techniques, geometry creation, manipulation and alteration editing functions are covered, along with display, printing, and plotting techniques. Topics presented with hands-on lab exercises.

Technical Drafting I     (details...)

Students will learn the use of drafting instruments and basic techniques of technical sketching; geometry of technical drawings, orthographic projection and drawing specifications.

AutoCAD-I     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD concepts and fundamentals. Subjects include drawing commands and enhancements, basic constructions and geometric figures, text manipulation, and system variables and objects.

Technical Drafting II     (details...)

Students will perform section views, auxiliary views and provide a set of working drawings of an assembly. Know-ledge of shop processes and how they relate to drawings will be explored.

AutoCAD-II     (details...)

This course is designed to provide intermediate level studies for AutoCAD. Emphasis is on modification and editing of drawings and their visual presentation, customizing the workspace, and controlling the environment. In addition, 3D drawings are developed.

AutoCAD 3D     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to 3D features of AutoCAD and, through extensive hands-on exercises, how to design true 3D objects. The course of study encompasses basic wire-frame models through realistic three-dimensional drawings.

AutoCAD R14: Mechanical Desktop Training     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD Mechanical Desktop. Parametric disciplines are taught in the definition of models according to size, shape and positional relationships and constraints. Data exchange and desktop interfaces are included in the curriculum.

Introduction to AutoCAD     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD concepts and fundamentals. Subjects include drawing commands and enhancements, basic constructions and geometric figures, text manipulation, and system variables and objects. Prerequisite: Windows 95 experience, knowledge of drafting or mechanical concepts helpful.

Introduction to AutoCAD for Manufacturing     (details...)

This course is intended to introduce students to AutoCAD fundamentals, along with attendant interrelationships with Computer Numeric Control (CNC) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM). Subject matter includes basic drawing commands, dimensions and coordinates, and interfacing with software.

Technical Drafting I     (details...)

Students will learn the use of drafting instruments and basic techniques of technical sketching; geometry of technical drawings, orthographic projection and drawing specifications.

Introduction to AutoCAD     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD concepts and fundamentals. Subjects include drawing commands and enhancements, basic constructions and geometric figures, text manipulation, and system variables and objects. Prerequisite: Windows 95 experience, knowledge of drafting or mechanical concepts helpful.

Introduction to AutoCAD for Architects     (details...)

This course covers all Professional Level 1 AutoCAD two-dimensional drawing fundamentals. Major topics include the AutoCAD operating system, menu structure, and commands. Accurate drawing set-up techniques, geometry creation, manipulation and alteration editing functions are covered, along with display, printing, and plotting techniques. Topics presented with hands-on lab exercises.

AutoCAD-II     (details...)

This course is designed to provide intermediate level studies for AutoCAD. Emphasis is on modification and editing of drawings and their visual presentation, customizing the workspace, and controlling the environment. In addition, 3D drawings are developed.

Introduction to AutoCAD for Manufacturing     (details...)

This course is intended to introduce students to AutoCAD fundamentals, along with attendant interrelationships with Computer Numeric Control (CNC) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM). Subject matter includes basic drawing commands, dimensions and coordinates, and interfacing with software.

AutoCAD R14: Mechanical Desktop Training     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD Mechanical Desktop. Parametric disciplines are taught in the definition of models according to size, shape and positional relationships and constraints. Data exchange and desktop interfaces are included in the curriculum.

Intermediate AutoCAD for Architects     (details...)

This course covers advanced use of blocks with attributes, multiline, grips, database extraction, external reference files, networking, dimensioning techniques, and system variables, plus printing and plotting methods using paper space. Also included is a comprehensive view of many new features of AutoCAD including an introduction to 3D modeling and rendering.

AutoCAD 3D     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to 3D features of AutoCAD and, through extensive hands-on exercises, how to design true 3D objects. The course of study encompasses basic wire-frame models through realistic three-dimensional drawings.

Technical Drafting II     (details...)

Students will perform section views, auxiliary views and provide a set of working drawings of an assembly. Know-ledge of shop processes and how they relate to drawings will be explored.

AutoCAD-I     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD concepts and fundamentals. Subjects include drawing commands and enhancements, basic constructions and geometric figures, text manipulation, and system variables and objects.

AutoCAD R14: Mechanical Desktop Training     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD Mechanical Desktop. Parametric disciplines are taught in the definition of models according to size, shape and positional relationships and constraints. Data exchange and desktop interfaces are included in the curriculum.

Introduction to AutoCAD     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD concepts and fundamentals. Subjects include drawing commands and enhancements, basic constructions and geometric figures, text manipulation, and system variables and objects. Prerequisite: Windows 95 experience, knowledge of drafting or mechanical concepts helpful.

AutoCAD 3D     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to 3D features of AutoCAD and, through extensive hands-on exercises, how to design true 3D objects. The course of study encompasses basic wire-frame models through realistic three-dimensional drawings.

Intermediate AutoCAD for Architects     (details...)

This course covers advanced use of blocks with attributes, multiline, grips, database extraction, external reference files, networking, dimensioning techniques, and system variables, plus printing and plotting methods using paper space. Also included is a comprehensive view of many new features of AutoCAD including an introduction to 3D modeling and rendering.

Introduction to AutoCAD for Architects     (details...)

This course covers all Professional Level 1 AutoCAD two-dimensional drawing fundamentals. Major topics include the AutoCAD operating system, menu structure, and commands. Accurate drawing set-up techniques, geometry creation, manipulation and alteration editing functions are covered, along with display, printing, and plotting techniques. Topics presented with hands-on lab exercises.

Introduction to AutoCAD for Manufacturing     (details...)

This course is intended to introduce students to AutoCAD fundamentals, along with attendant interrelationships with Computer Numeric Control (CNC) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM). Subject matter includes basic drawing commands, dimensions and coordinates, and interfacing with software.

Technical Drafting II     (details...)

Students will perform section views, auxiliary views and provide a set of working drawings of an assembly. Know-ledge of shop processes and how they relate to drawings will be explored.

AutoCAD-II     (details...)

This course is designed to provide intermediate level studies for AutoCAD. Emphasis is on modification and editing of drawings and their visual presentation, customizing the workspace, and controlling the environment. In addition, 3D drawings are developed.

AutoCAD-I     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD concepts and fundamentals. Subjects include drawing commands and enhancements, basic constructions and geometric figures, text manipulation, and system variables and objects.

Technical Drafting I     (details...)

Students will learn the use of drafting instruments and basic techniques of technical sketching; geometry of technical drawings, orthographic projection and drawing specifications.

Technical Drafting II     (details...)

Students will perform section views, auxiliary views and provide a set of working drawings of an assembly. Know-ledge of shop processes and how they relate to drawings will be explored.

AutoCAD R14: Mechanical Desktop Training     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD Mechanical Desktop. Parametric disciplines are taught in the definition of models according to size, shape and positional relationships and constraints. Data exchange and desktop interfaces are included in the curriculum.

Introduction to AutoCAD for Manufacturing     (details...)

This course is intended to introduce students to AutoCAD fundamentals, along with attendant interrelationships with Computer Numeric Control (CNC) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM). Subject matter includes basic drawing commands, dimensions and coordinates, and interfacing with software.

Intermediate AutoCAD for Architects     (details...)

This course covers advanced use of blocks with attributes, multiline, grips, database extraction, external reference files, networking, dimensioning techniques, and system variables, plus printing and plotting methods using paper space. Also included is a comprehensive view of many new features of AutoCAD including an introduction to 3D modeling and rendering.

AutoCAD 3D     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to 3D features of AutoCAD and, through extensive hands-on exercises, how to design true 3D objects. The course of study encompasses basic wire-frame models through realistic three-dimensional drawings.

Introduction to AutoCAD for Architects     (details...)

This course covers all Professional Level 1 AutoCAD two-dimensional drawing fundamentals. Major topics include the AutoCAD operating system, menu structure, and commands. Accurate drawing set-up techniques, geometry creation, manipulation and alteration editing functions are covered, along with display, printing, and plotting techniques. Topics presented with hands-on lab exercises.

AutoCAD-I     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD concepts and fundamentals. Subjects include drawing commands and enhancements, basic constructions and geometric figures, text manipulation, and system variables and objects.

Introduction to AutoCAD     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD concepts and fundamentals. Subjects include drawing commands and enhancements, basic constructions and geometric figures, text manipulation, and system variables and objects. Prerequisite: Windows 95 experience, knowledge of drafting or mechanical concepts helpful.

AutoCAD-II     (details...)

This course is designed to provide intermediate level studies for AutoCAD. Emphasis is on modification and editing of drawings and their visual presentation, customizing the workspace, and controlling the environment. In addition, 3D drawings are developed.

Technical Drafting I     (details...)

Students will learn the use of drafting instruments and basic techniques of technical sketching; geometry of technical drawings, orthographic projection and drawing specifications.

Introduction to AutoCAD     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD concepts and fundamentals. Subjects include drawing commands and enhancements, basic constructions and geometric figures, text manipulation, and system variables and objects. Prerequisite: Windows 95 experience, knowledge of drafting or mechanical concepts helpful.

Introduction to AutoCAD for Manufacturing     (details...)

This course is intended to introduce students to AutoCAD fundamentals, along with attendant interrelationships with Computer Numeric Control (CNC) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM). Subject matter includes basic drawing commands, dimensions and coordinates, and interfacing with software.

Technical Drafting II     (details...)

Students will perform section views, auxiliary views and provide a set of working drawings of an assembly. Know-ledge of shop processes and how they relate to drawings will be explored.

AutoCAD R14: Mechanical Desktop Training     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD Mechanical Desktop. Parametric disciplines are taught in the definition of models according to size, shape and positional relationships and constraints. Data exchange and desktop interfaces are included in the curriculum.

Introduction to AutoCAD for Architects     (details...)

This course covers all Professional Level 1 AutoCAD two-dimensional drawing fundamentals. Major topics include the AutoCAD operating system, menu structure, and commands. Accurate drawing set-up techniques, geometry creation, manipulation and alteration editing functions are covered, along with display, printing, and plotting techniques. Topics presented with hands-on lab exercises.

AutoCAD 3D     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to 3D features of AutoCAD and, through extensive hands-on exercises, how to design true 3D objects. The course of study encompasses basic wire-frame models through realistic three-dimensional drawings.

AutoCAD-I     (details...)

This course is designed to introduce students to AutoCAD concepts and fundamentals. Subjects include drawing commands and enhancements, basic constructions and geometric figures, text manipulation, and system variables and objects.

AutoCAD-II     (details...)

This course is designed to provide intermediate level studies for AutoCAD. Emphasis is on modification and editing of drawings and their visual presentation, customizing the workspace, and controlling the environment. In addition, 3D drawings are developed.

Technical Drafting I     (details...)

Students will learn the use of drafting instruments and basic techniques of technical sketching; geometry of technical drawings, orthographic projection and drawing specifications.

Intermediate AutoCAD for Architects     (details...)

This course covers advanced use of blocks with attributes, multiline, grips, database extraction, external reference files, networking, dimensioning techniques, and system variables, plus printing and plotting methods using paper space. Also included is a comprehensive view of many new features of AutoCAD including an introduction to 3D modeling and rendering.