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AutoCAD Through Worked Examples - Part 1

eBook (PDF), 408 Pages
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The author has taught AutoCAD from Release 9 using an attendance programme where the student could start at any time and have their own individual timetable. Some 2500 students have found this attendance programme successful but this is due to AutoCAD Through Worked Examples, a set of 3 books and a CD, designed to enable students to work on their own. There are numerous books on AutoCAD but this one is different because it is based on the premise that a line is a line and what it represents depends on the technical discipline, therefore it is suitable for all who produce 2D technical drawings. This set of books has 33 Modules (Chapters) of which 31 are drawing modules. Each drawing module is self-contained and has an Information Section, a Worked Example where you draw a simple shape with a step by step solution, and a number of Optional Exercises. As well as introducing new menu items and concepts each drawing module builds on the knowledge gained from previous ones.
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Product Details

Publisher
Derek Rimmer
Published
September 30, 2011
Language
English
Pages
408
File Format
PDF
File Size
7.96 MB

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# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes
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