Auto Cad, Architectural Designing

AutoCAD was one of the first Computer Aided Design programs to be made available on personal computers. It is built to help people design buildings, products, or public spaces, without having to draw up plans by hand. It was released in 1982 by Autodesk, Inc., and offered a personal solution to software that was before then released only for larger workstations. While CAD programs prior to AutoCAD required massive amounts of computing power in the form of gigantic computers,

  • Getting started with the basics
  • Drawing setup in AutoCAD
  • Drawing objects in AutoCAD
  • Precision drawing in AutoCAD
  • Modify object properties and layers in AutoCAD
  • Control the workplane
  • Xref , reference manager
  • Design with parametric constraints
  • Layout management
  • Scale setting and plotting
  • Import and Export
  • Create¬† basic 3D objects
  • Create 3D objects from 2D objects
  • User coordinate system
  • Modifiers
  • Views
  • Light & Material
  • Camera
  • Walk-through