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    AutoCAD Mastery: Your Path to Professional Design

    Unlock the full potential of AutoCAD with step-by-step training from beginner to professional levels

    What you'll learn
    AutoCAD Interface Mastery: Understand the workspace, navigation panel, and setting units and limits in your drawings.
    Basic Drawing Commands: Gain proficiency in creating and editing basic shapes such as lines, polylines, circles, arcs, rectangles, polygons, and ellipses.
    Advanced Editing Commands: Learn to manipulate objects using commands like move, copy, rotate, mirror, offset, scale, stretch, fillet, explode, and erase.
    Text and Dimensioning: Master the techniques of adding text and dimensions to your drawings for clear communication and documentation.
    Layer Management: Organize your drawings efficiently by using layers to control the visibility and properties of objects.
    3D Modeling Introduction: Transition from 2D to 3D by learning about the 3D workspace, visual styles, and basic 3D shapes and commands like extrude, revolve.
    Advanced 3D Techniques: Develop complex 3D models using advanced commands and techniques, including 3D rotate, move, and other critical tools.
    Project-Based Learning: Apply your skills through hands-on projects, such as creating architectural layouts, furniture designs
    Practical Case Studies: Engage with real-world scenarios through case studies like supermarket layouts, corporate office designs, and apartment lighting setups
    Comprehensive Skill Development: Enhance your proficiency in AutoCAD through detailed lectures and practical exercises

    Basic Computer Skills: Familiarity with operating a computer, including using a mouse, keyboard, and basic navigation of software applications.
    Access to AutoCAD Software: Students should have AutoCAD installed on their computer. A trial version is acceptable if they don't own a licensed copy.
    Operating System Knowledge: Basic understanding of the Windows or macOS operating system for installing and managing software.
    Internet Connection: A stable internet connection is necessary for accessing online lectures, downloading course materials, and participating in any online discussions or assignments.
    Eagerness to Learn: A willingness to practice and apply the concepts taught in the course, as hands-on experience is crucial for mastering AutoCAD.
    Basic Drafting Knowledge (Optional): While not mandatory, a fundamental understanding of drafting or design principles can be beneficial.
    Notebook and Pen: For taking notes during the course and jotting down important tips and commands.
    Time Commitment: Dedication to complete the course, including lectures, exercises, and projects, which will help in fully grasping the material.
    Curiosity and Patience: An open mind and the patience to work through complex drawings and projects, which are key to becoming proficient in AutoCAD.

    Welcome to our comprehensive AutoCAD Training course, designed to take you from a complete beginner to an advanced user.
    Whether you are an aspiring architect, engineer, or designer, this course will equip you with the essential skills to create precise and professional designs using AutoCAD. Starting with the basics, you will learn how to navigate the AutoCAD interface, set up your workspace, and execute fundamental drawing commands. As you progress, you will delve into more advanced topics such as 3D modeling, detailed project layouts, and real-world case studies.

    Each section is meticulously structured to build your knowledge step-by-step, ensuring a solid foundation in both 2D and 3D design. By the end of this course, you will be proficient in using AutoCAD for a wide range of applications, ready to tackle any design challenge with confidence and expertise.

    Section 1: AutoCAD Training - Beginner Level This section introduces beginners to the fundamentals of AutoCAD, providing a strong foundation in using this powerful design tool. Students will start with the basics, such as understanding the workspace and navigation panel. They will learn how to set units and limits in their drawings, use the cursor for selections, and understand the toggle bar. The section covers essential drawing commands like Line, Polyline, Circles, Arcs, Rectangles, and Polygons, as well as editing commands such as Move, Copy, Rotate, Mirror, Offset, Scale, Stretch, Fillet, Explode, and Erase. By the end of this section, students will be proficient in creating basic shapes, modifying them, and adding text and dimensions to their drawings.

    Section 2: AutoCAD Training - Intermediate Level Building on the basics, this section introduces students to the 3D workspace and the essential commands for 3D modeling in AutoCAD. Students will learn about units, toggle keys, visual styles, and views. They will explore commands such as Box, Shapes, Extrude, Revolve, and PressPull, which are fundamental for creating 3D objects. Additionally, the section covers other important commands for enhancing 3D models and techniques for rotating and moving objects in a 3D space. This intermediate training equips students with the skills needed to start working on more complex 3D projects.

    Section 3: AutoCAD Training - Advanced LevelIn this section, students will apply their knowledge to create comprehensive 2D and 3D designs. The training covers advanced techniques for preparing plans, creating walls, and making detailed models. Students will learn how to design slabs and continue developing their modeling skills. This section emphasizes practical application, ensuring that students can handle real-world design challenges effectively.

    Section 4: AutoCAD Case Study - Supermarket LayoutThis case study guides students through a practical project, designing a supermarket layout. Starting with an introduction to the project, students will create architectural layouts, structural details, and sections with aisle areas. The training covers all aspects of supermarket design, including administrative areas, service areas, ramps, and detailed sections. By the end of this section, students will have hands-on experience in applying their AutoCAD skills to a comprehensive layout project.

    Section 5: Project on AutoCAD Basement Parking LayoutThis project-based section focuses on designing a basement parking layout. Students will start with a basic architectural layout, adding structural details, ramps, driveways, car parking blocks, and staircases. They will learn space planning and how to distribute given areas effectively. The section also covers multilevel car parking areas and provides a sectional view of the design. Additionally, students will learn about fire protection measures for car parking areas, ensuring they can create safe and efficient parking designs.

    Section 6: Project on AutoCAD Corporate Office Furniture LayoutIn this section, students will work on designing a corporate office furniture layout. The project starts with basic architecture, including cabin partitions and furniture layout. Students will develop detailed plans for different areas of the office, ensuring efficient use of space and optimal placement of furniture. This section provides practical experience in creating functional and aesthetically pleasing office layouts.

    Section 7: Project on AutoCAD Architectural Layout for a Bungalow This section involves designing an architectural layout for a bungalow. Students will begin with land mapping and area plotting, then move on to creating detailed architectural layouts. The training covers furniture layout and front elevation design. By completing this project, students will gain experience in residential design, learning to create detailed and accurate plans for a bungalow.

    Section 8: Project on AutoCAD Interior Layout for Restaurant - Lounge Focusing on interior design, this section teaches students how to create a detailed layout for a restaurant lounge. The project includes basic architectural layouts, area markups, and furniture layout. Students will also learn about false ceiling layouts, lighting locations, and flooring patterns. This section ensures that students can create inviting and functional interior designs for hospitality spaces.

    Section 9: Project on AutoCAD Corporate Office Layout This project involves designing a comprehensive layout for a corporate office, including ground floor plans, basement car parks, building front elevations, floor levels, and typical floor layouts. Students will learn to create detailed and functional office layouts, ensuring efficient use of space and compliance with architectural standards.

    Section 10: Project on AutoCAD Apartment Lighting LayoutIn this section, students will focus on creating a lighting layout for an apartment. The project covers different areas such as the living room, bedroom, balcony, kitchen, and passage areas. Students will learn about LED light setups and typical floor layouts, ensuring they can design effective and aesthetically pleasing lighting plans.

    Section 11: AutoCAD Case Study - Architectural Design and Planning The final section involves a comprehensive case study on architectural design and planning. Students will brush up on the basics of AutoCAD, conduct site analysis, and create detailed area statements. The training covers single and double-line planning, quotation making, and detailed design processes. By the end of this section, students will have a complete understanding of the architectural design process, from initial planning to final execution.

    This course provides a thorough training program that covers all aspects of AutoCAD, from beginner to advanced levels, ensuring students are well-equipped to handle various design projects efficiently.

    Who this course is for
    Beginners in CAD: Those new to computer-aided design who want to learn the fundamentals of AutoCAD from scratch.
    Students and Graduates: Individuals studying architecture, engineering, interior design, or related fields who need to develop AutoCAD skills for their academic projects.
    Professionals Seeking Skill Enhancement: Engineers, architects, draftsmen, and designers looking to upgrade their skills or transition to using AutoCAD in their professional work.
    Hobbyists and DIY Enthusiasts: People interested in design and drafting as a hobby who wish to learn how to create precise and professional-quality drawings.
    Career Changers: Individuals from different industries considering a shift to design, engineering, or architecture and need to learn AutoCAD as a new skill.
    Freelancers and Consultants: Professionals offering CAD services who want to add AutoCAD to their toolkit to expand their service offerings.
    Technical and Vocational Students: Learners in technical and vocational schools who need AutoCAD proficiency for their course requirements.
    Project Managers and Team Leads: Managers overseeing design and engineering projects who need a basic understanding of AutoCAD to communicate effectively with their teams.
    Corporate Training Programs: Companies that wish to train their staff in AutoCAD for in-house design and drafting needs.
    Anyone Interested in Design: Individuals with a general interest in learning how to use one of the leading CAD software tools in the industry.

    Published 6/2024
    MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
    Language: English | Duration: 24h 40m | Size: 14.7 GB



  • ahmedmzory
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