AutoCAD is a computer-aided drafting software program used to create blueprints for buildings, bridges, and computer chips, among other things. Discover how AutoCAD is used by drafters and other professionals.

Its Features:-

AutoCAD as an architectural planning tool

AutoCAD as an engineering drafting tool

AutoCAD as a graphic design tool

AutoCAD in 3D Printing

AutoCAD in the fashion industry

AutoCAD as industrial design tool

Course Content

    AutoCAD Training Course Contents


    Introduction to AutoCAD

    • AutoCAD Interface
    • Co-Ordinate System


    Basic Drawing Commands

    • (Line, Circle, Rectangle, Polygon, Ellipse, Arc, Point, Multiple       Point, Construction Line, Ray,  Revission Cloud, Polyline, Spline)
    • Drafting Settings
    • Selection Methods


    Basic Editing Commands

    • (Erase,Copy ,Mirror, Offset, Move, Rotate, Scale, Stretch, Trim, Extend, Break, Break at Point, Join, Fillet, Chamfer )


    Fastening Operation Commands

    • (Array,Lengthen,Solid,Fill,Donut,Multiline,Polyline Edit)
    • Isometric View
    • Units
    • Drawing Limits
    • Layer & Object Properties
    • Creating & Editing Text
    • Creating & Editing Dimensions
    • Working With Blocks
    • Types of Table
    • Different Types of Style ( Text,Dimension,T  able,
    • Multi Leader ,Multiline,Point,Plot)
    • Properties
    • Hatching
    • Attribute
    • Design Centre
    • Inquiry Tools
    • Quick Calculator & Calculator
    • External Refrence
    • Group
    • Filter
    • Hyperlink
    • OLE Object
    • Working With Layouts
    • Steering Wheels
    • Action Recorder
    • Multiple Views & Viewports
    • Ploting a Drawing


    Introduction to 3D Modeling

    • Types of 3D Model
    • Visual Style
    • Creating Solid Primitives
    • Creating Models from 2D Profiles
    • Extrude,Sweep,Revolve,Loft
    • Boolean Operation
    • Creating Composite Solid
    • Working with UCS
    • Solideditting
    • Materials
    • Changing the 3D Model Position
    • Introduction to Surface Modeling
    • Creating Surface Primitives
    • Project