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AutoCAD Mechanical Course In Rawalpindi, Pakistan:
This tutorial introduces the main features of AutoCAD Mechanical. Learn how to use the basic design tools (Power Snap, Rectangles, Hatch, Fillet, Chamfer, Centerlines, Construction, and Lines) to create and edit the geometry of your drawings. Learn how to place and edit dimensions with the annotation tools (power dimensions, automatic dimensions, mechanical symbols, edit dimensions, and hole diagrams). Learn how to access and use time-saving tools (Power Edit, Power Erase,Power View, Power Recall, and Power Copy). Work with the BOM database to view/add parts lists, part references and drawing references.Access standard mechanical components and insert them into your designs (standard fasteners, standard components, bolted connections, component generators, calculations and springs). See a simple example of using the IGES translator. Other tools (Mechanical Structure Concept, Plane Groups, Reference Point and Associative Masking) have been introduced to work WITHOUT mechanical structure. Users with previous AutoCAD experience will understand the benefits and appreciate AutoCAD Mechanical’s time-saving tools.
AutoCAD Mechanical Course Contents:
1:AutoCAD Mechanical Design Concepts
3:Mechanical Layers and Layer Control
4:Tools for Creating Key Geometry
6:Core Design Tools
8:Tools for Manipulating Geometry
9:Mechanical Part Generators
10:Creating Drawing Sheets
11:Dimensioning and Annotating Your Drawings
12:Bill of Materials, Parts Lists, and Balloons
14:Working with Mechanical Structure
Course Fee: 16500 PKR
Duration: Two Months
AutoCAD Mechanical Course In Rawalpindi, Pakistan, AutoCAD Mechanical Course In Rawalpindi, Pakistan.
For Registration: 00392-311-5193625 / 0092-335-4176949
This course demonstrates the main features of AutoCAD Mechanical. Understand how to use the core design tools (Power Snap, Rectangles, Hatch, Fillet, Chamfers, Centerlines, Construction, and Lines).