AutoCAD 3D Modeling: Exercise Workbook

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book-author

Steve Heather

publisher

Industrial Press; Inc.

file-type

PDF

pages

296 pages

language

English

asin

B06X9LVXRN

isbn10

831136138

isbn13

9780831136130


Book Description

Heather’s AutoCAD 3D Modeling Exercise Workbook (PDF) is designed for self-study and classroom instruction alike and is suitable for both inch and metric users. There are 4 modeling projects and 8 lessons; all of which are heavily illustrated; for visual learners.

Every lesson starts with step-by-step instructions on how to create 3D solid models; followed by exercises designed for practicing the commands readers learned within that lesson. The modeling projects are designed so that users can create complex 3D models by combining many of the commands learned within the previous lessons.

Downloadable sample files are provided to accompany some of the lessons and modeling projects; so readers can follow along and customize their creations to suit their own needs. Written by Steve Heather; bestselling author and official Beta Tester of AutoCAD software; this is an invaluable resource for the thousands of designers; architects; and manufacturers who are using AutoCAD to create their own 3D models and transfer them to a 3D printer for manufacturing and use in the real world.

 

Table of contents


Table of contents :
● Introduction

● Lesson 1: Selecting a Basic 3D Tool; Creating a Solid Box, Creating a Solid Cylinder; Creating a Solid Cone; Creating a Solid Sphere; Creating a Solid Pyramid; Creating a Solid Wedge; Creating a Solid Torus; Exercises

● Lesson 2: Opening the Properties Palette; Modify Solids Using the Properties Palette; Modify Solids Using the Grips; Exercises´

● Lesson 3: Setting the Solid History System Variable; Chamfer the Edge of a 3D Solid Model; Modify an Existing Chamfer; Remove an Existing Chamfer; Fillet the Edge of a 3D Solid Model; Modify an Existing Fillet; Remove an Existing Fillet; Exercises

● Lesson 4: User Coordinate System (UCS); Moving the UCS; Rotating the UCS; Using the Dynamic UCS; Exercises

● Lesson 5: Orbit Tool; Move Tool; Union Tool; Subtract Tool; Intersect Tool; Exercises

● Lesson 6: 3D Rotate Tool; 3D Mirror Tool; 3D Align Tool; Exercises

● Lesson 7: Extrude Tool; Revolve Tool; Loft Tool; Sweep Tool; Exercises

● Lesson 8: Shell Tool; Helix Tool; Exercises

● Project 1: Stackable Junk Tray

● Project 2: Ornate Balcony

● Project 3: Working Platform

● Project 4: Belt Roller Assembly

● Appendix A: 3D Printing

● Appendix B: Add a Printer/Plotter.

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