AutoCAD 2014 Starting and Intermediate includes over 100 exercises or “mini-workshops” or to complete his projects from concept to actual plotting.
Developed for beginners of AutoCAD 2014. Most useful for self-learning AutoCAD training at level 1 or 2. No previous CAD skills are required
- Accompanied by a DVD with drawings, exercises and finished parcels, 4-colored figures, etc.
- Contains over 100 “mini-workshops” and hundreds of characters completing his projects
- Uses both English and Metric units in examples, exercises, projects, and descriptions
- Includes three complete projects (metric and imperial) for architectural and mechanical designs
- Helps you prepare for the AutoCAD Accredited Professional exam
- The instructor resources are available for use as a textbook
AutoCAD is a software application for 2D and 3D computer-aided design (CAD) that has been available as a desktop application since 1982 and as a cellular web and cloud-based program since 2010, and is currently marketed as AutoCAD 360. Developed and marketed by Autodesk, Inc., AutoCAD was first released in December 1982 – after it was purchased the year before in its original form by Autodesk founder John Walker. The software is currently being marketed in the eighteenth production. “AutoCAD 2014: Beginner and Advanced” by Munir Hamad, the Certified AutoDesk Instructor, is a 720-page Compendium that provides a complete guide to using AutoCAD 2012 – 2D Drafting. Designed specifically for AutoCAD novices, “AutoCAD 2014: Beginner and Advanced” is a complete course of illustrated step-by-step tutorials that includes more than a hundred “mini-workshops”; an accompanying DVD with drawings, exercises and finished parcels, 4-colored figures, etc .; The use of English and Metric units in examples, exercises, projects and descriptions; includes three complete projects for architectural and mechanical designs; and is a basic textbook for preparing AutoCAD certification exams. “AutoCAD 2014: Starting and Intermediate” is highly recommended for personal, professional and academic library reference collections. – Midwest book review