AutoCAD 101: Getting Started with AutoCAD (101)
COURSE DESCRIPTION: In AutoCAD 101: Getting Started with AutoCAD, you’ll learn how to start AutoCAD and will become familiar with the basic layout of the screen. You’ll also learn how to access commands, mouse actions, how to open an existing drawing file, methods for viewing your drawing as well as saving your drawing. This is a excellent starting point for AutoCAD Courses for Beginners, or 101 level classes.
On completion of this course, users will be able to do the following:
– Open AutoCAD on their computer.
– Complete a basic initial setup of the drawing environment.
– Locate and launch commands.
– Open, edit, and close existing drawings.
– Navigate within a drawing file.
– Save drawing files.
– Draw lines, rectangles, and circles.
– Erase objects
– Understand and use Undo and Redo actions
Prerequisites: To get the most out of AutoCAD 101: Getting Started with AutoCAD, students should have a fundamental working knowledge of Windows 10 Operating System and common knowledge of Drafting practices.
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Revit Overview for AutoCAD
Introduction to 3D Modeling in AutoCAD
Construction Documentation in Revit MEP
Annotation, Tags, and Schedules in Revit Architecture
Structural Schedules in Revit Structure
Electrical Systems in Revit MEP
Styles and Settings in Civil 3D
Introduction to InfraWorks in Civil 3D
BIM 360 Collaboration for Civil 3D
Web & Mobile in AutoCAD
Creating Construction Documents in Revit Architecture
Annotating Construction Documents in Revit Architecture
Introduction to Storm and Sanitary Analysis in Civil 3D
Learn how to customize AutoCAD with workspaces, options, profiles and custom user interface. On completion of this course, users will be able to do the following: Create a Custom Workspace, Create a User Profile, Modify AutoCAD Work Environment, and Creating a Custom User Interface
Advanced HVAC in Revit MEP
Stairs, Railings, and Ramps in Revit Architecture
Learn how to create stairs in multiple configurations, ramps and add railings in Revit Architecture. On completion of this course, users will be able to do the following:
- Create and modify component-based stairs made of runs, landings, supports, and railings
- Convert runs and landings to sketches
- Add modify free-standing railings for balconies, as well as those connected to stairs
- Create ramps to make your design more accessible
Collaboration in AutoCAD
Learn to export files for review, publish multiple drawings and create shared views in AutoCAD. On completion of this course, users will be able to do the following: Export AutoCAD Drawings to DWF or PDF, Print Multiple Drawings, and Share a Drawing to the Cloud.
Structural Details in Revit Structure
Plumbing Systems in Revit MEP
- Load Families
- Insert Family Components
- Draw Pipes
- Modify Pipes
- Add and Modify Fittings and Accessories
- Create Slope Pipe
- Create a Fire Protection System
Intermediate Piping Part 2 in Civil 3D