AutoCAD Course IN GUNTUR

All Electrical , Mechanical , Civil Students can learn Autocad Course that deals with the design, construction, and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment, including public works such as roads, bridges, canals, dams, airports,

Civil CADD Program INSTITUTE – NIPUNA TECHNOLOGIES

Civil Engineering is a professional engineering discipline that deals with the design, construction, and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment, including public works such as roads, bridges, canals, dams, airports, sewerage systems, pipelines, structural components of buildings, and railways. Civil Engineering takes place in the public sector from municipal through to national governments, and in the private sector from individual homeowners through to international companies.

Civil engineering is the application of physical and scientific principles for solving the problems of society, and its history is intricately linked to advances in the understanding of physics and mathematics throughout history. Because civil engineering is a wide-ranging profession, including several specialized sub-disciplines, its history is linked to knowledge of structures, materials science, geography, geology, soils, hydrology, environment, mechanics and other fields.

AutoCAD

AutoCAD is a commercial computer-aided design (CAD) and drafting software application. Developed and marketed by Autodesk, AutoCAD was first released in December 1982 as a desktop app running on microcomputers with internal graphics controllers. Before AutoCAD was introduced, most commercial CAD programs ran on mainframe computers or minicomputers, with each CAD operator working at a separate graphics terminal. Since 2010, AutoCAD was released as a mobile- and web app as well, marketed as AutoCAD 360. AutoCAD is used across a wide range of industries, by Architects, Project managers, Engineers, Graphic Designers, City Planners and many other professionals.

COURSE TOPICS

● INTRODUCTION
● HISTORY
● ADVANTAGES
● DESIGN CYCLE
● GUI OF AUTOCAD
● CO-ORDINATE SYSTEM
● ABSOLUTE CO-ORDINATE SYSTEM(X,Y)
● HOW TO DO ON SCREEN
● UNITS / LIMITS / ZOOM / LINE.
● RELATIVE RECTANGLE CO-ORDINATE SYSTEM
● @X-DISPLACEMENT, Y-DISPLACEMENT
● POLAR CO-ORDINATE SYSTEM
● @DISTANCE < ANGLE
● FUNCTIONAL KEYS F1 TO F12
● LIST OF DRAW COMMANDS
● SECONDARY DRAW COMMANDS
● ENQUIRY COMMANDS
● DISPLAY COMMANDS
● OBJECT SNAP
● ENDPOINT
● MIDPOINT
● CENTRE
● QUADRANT
● PERPENDICULAR
● INTERSECTION
● TANGENT
● NEAREST
● APPARENT INTERSECTION
● PARALLEL
● SELECTION COMMANDS
● PICK BOX METHOD
● WINDOW
● CROSSING WINDOW
● WINDOW POLYGON
● CROSSING POLYGON
● SINGLE
● FENCE

● PREVIOUS
● LAST
● ADD
● REMOVE
● ON
● QUICK SELECT
● MODIFY COMMANDS
● PRACTICALS
● ADVANCE MODIFY COMMANDS
● MEASURE
● HATCH/ HATCH EDIT
● PROPERTY TOOL BAR/ TEXT/ TABLES
● LAYERS
● DIMENSIONS & DIMENSION STYLE MANAGER
● ISOMETRIC
● PRODUCTIVITY TOOLS
● BLOCK/ INSERT/ W-BLOCK/ BLOCK EDIT
● DESIGN CENTRE
● TOOL PALLETS
● DYNAMIC BLOCK CREATION & SAVING
● ATTRIBUTES
● EXTERNAL REFERENCES
● VIEWPORTS
● LAYOUT SETTINGS &TEMPLATES
● PRINTING & PLOT
● INTRODUCTION TO 3D -VPOINT
● EXPLAIN
● EXTRUDE/ SHADE/ ORBIT/ VIEWCUBE
● EXTRUDE METHODS
● SOLID EDITING COMMANDS
● 3D SOLIDS
● UCS
● SURFACE MODELING
● R-MAT
● BACK GROUNDS
● RENDER OUTPUTS
● PROJECT

DAY BY DAY SCHEDULE FOR AUTOCAD STUDENTS

  • Introduction of Industry structure
  • Introduction of AutoCAD
  • Introduction of GUI
  • Commands
  • use of mouse and keyboard
  • File extensions
  • Limits (LI)
  • units (UN)
  • selection
  • Views

COORDINATE SYSTEMS

  • Absolute Coordinate System. Syntax
  • Relative Rectangle Coordinate System.
  • Polar Coordinate System.

DRAWING TOOLBAR

  •  Point (Po)
  • Line (L)
  • Construction Line (XL)
  • Polyline (PL)[2D & 3D]
  • Ray (RAY)
  • Point style manager (DDPTYPE)
  • Circle (C)
  • Ellipse (EL)
  • Arc (A)
  • Polygon (POL)
  • Rectangle (REC)
  • Spline (SPL)
  • Divide (DIV)
  • Measure (MEA)
  • Donut (DO)
  • Wipeout (WI)
  • Hatch (H)
  • Gradient (GRA)
  • Boundary (BO)
  • Infer constraint (INFE)
  • Snap (F9)
  • Grid (F7)
  • Ortho (F8)
  • Polar (F10)
  • Object Snap (F3)
  • 3D object Snap (F4)
  • Object Track (F11)
  • Dynamic UCS (F6)
  • Dynamic Input (F12)
  • Line weight
  • Quick property
  • selection cycle
  • Infer constraint (INFE)
  • Snap (F9)
  • Grid (F7)
  • Ortho (F8)
  • Polar (F10)
  • Object Snap (F3)
  • 3D object Snap (F4)
  • Object Track (F11)
  • Dynamic UCS (F6)
  • Dynamic Input (F12)

Line weight

Quick property

selection cycle

  • Move (M)
  • Rotate (RO)
  • Scale (SC)
  • Erase (E)
  • Copy (CO)
  • Mirror (MI)
  • Trim (TR
  • Extend (EX)
  • Explode (X)

Stretch (S)

Offset (O)

Array (AR)

Fillet (F)

Chamfer (CHA)

  • Polyline (PE)
  • Spline (SPE)
  • Hatch (HE)
  • Array
  • lengthen (LEN)
  • Join (J)
  • Break (BR)

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Single line text (DT)

multi-line text (T)

Dimensions (Qdim)

multileader (MLD)

Table (TB)

  • Text Style (ST)
  • Dimension style (D)
  • Multileader style (MLS)
  • Table Style (TS)
  • Layer Property manager (LA)
  • Layer Isolation (LAISO)
  • Layer Isolation (LAUNISO) Block– Make Block (B)
  • Insert Block (I)
  • Dynamic Input
  • Block Attribute
  • Object Color
  • Line weight (LW)
  • Line type (LT)
  • List (LI)
  • Match Property (MA)
  • Filter (FI)
  • Group – Make group (G)
  • Ungroup (UNG)
  • Group edit
  • Tool palettes (TP),
  • Design Center (DC)
  • Geometric Constraints
  • Dimensional Constraints
  • Auto Numbered
  • Arc Text
  • Break line symbol
  • Super hatch
  • Data link
  • Data extraction
  • special paste
  • Printing setting
  • Layout
  • Import
  • Export
  • Workspace
  • View manager
  • Visual style
  • 3D Modeling
  •  Solid Editing toolbar
  • Modifying toolbar
  • Material
  • Lights
  • Camera
  • Render
  • Animation
  • Projects on Automobile and other components

ADVANTAGES AT OUR INSTITUTE

  • Training by expert professionals
  • Classes limited to 10 – 15 students for better individual attention
  • Doubt clarification in class and after the class
  • Personal attention and guidance for every student
  • Running notes in the class
  • Live practical examples in class
  • Job Placements assistance after the course
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