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Additional Terms of this Package

  • 1-month cloud campus subscription
  • access to Safari

Course Content

Autodesk AutoCAD User (12 Days/Saturdays)

Getting Started

  • Sign In to Autodesk 360 on the Start Tab
  • Explore the AutoCAD 2018 for Windows User Interface
  • Set Drawing Units

Gaining Basic Drawing Skills

  • Navigate 2D Drawings
  • Draw Lines and Rectangles
  • Cancel, Erase, and Undo
  • Use Coordinate Systems
  • Draw Circles, Arcs, and Polygons
  • Use Fillet and Chamfer

Using Drawing Aids

  • Use Grid and Snap
  • Employ Ortho and Polar Tracking
  • Use PolarSnap
  • Select Running Object Snaps
  • Harness the From Snap
  • Apply Object Snap Tracking

Editing Entities

  • Create Selection Sets
  • Use Move and Copy
  • Use Rotate and Scale
  • Work with Arrays
  • Use Trim and Extend
  • Use Lengthen and Stretch
  • Use Offset and Mirror
  • Edit with Grips

Shaping Curves

  • Draw and Edit Curved Polylines
  • Draw Ellipses
  • Shape Splines
  • Blend Between Objects with Splines

Controlling Object Visibility and Appearance

  • Change Object Properties
  • Set the Current Layer
  • Alter the Layer Assignments of Objects
  • Control Layer Visibility
  • Apply Linetype
  • Assign Properties by Object or by Layer
  • Manage Layer Properties
  • Isolate Objects

Organizing Objects

  • Define Blocks
  • Insert Blocks
  • Edit Blocks
  • Redefine Blocks
  • Work with Groups

Hatching and Gradients

  • Specify Hatch Areas
  • Associate Hatches with Boundaries
  • Hatch with Patterns
  • Hatch with Gradients

Working with Blocks and Xrefs

  • Work with Global Blocks
  • Access Content Globally
  • Store Content on Tool Palettes
  • Reference External Drawings and Images

Creating and Editing Text

  • Style Text
  • Write Lines of Text
  • Write and Format Paragraphs Using MTEXT
  • Edit Text
  • Recognize and Combine Text

Dimensioning

  • Style Dimensions
  • Add Dimensions
  • Edit Dimensions

Keeping In Control with Constraints

  • Work with Geometric Constraints
  • Apply Dimensional Constraints
  • Constrain Objects Simultaneously with Geometry and Dimensions
  • Make Parametric Changes to Constrained Objects

Working with Layouts and Annotative Objects

  • Create Annotative Styles and Objects
  • Create Layouts
  • Adjust Floating Viewports
  • Override Layer Properties in Layout Viewports
  • Draw on Layouts

Printing and Plotting

  • Configure Output Devices
  • Create Plot Style Tables
  • Use Plot Style Tables
  • Plot in Model Space
  • Plot Layouts in Paper Space
  • Export to an Electronic Format

Working with Data

  • Geolocate Projects
  • Import SketchUp Models
  • Define Attributes and Blocks
  • Insert Attributed Blocks
  • Edit Table Styles and Create Tables
  • Use Fields in Table Cells
  • Edit Table Data

Navigating 3D Models

  • Use Visual Styles
  • Work with Tiled Viewports
  • Navigate with the ViewCube
  • Orbit in 3D
  • Use Cameras
  • Navigate with SteeringWheels
  • Save Views

Modeling in 3D

  • Create Surface Models
  • Edit Surface Models
  • Create Solid Models
  • Edit Solid Models
  • Smooth Mesh Models
  • Live-Section Models

Presenting and Documenting 3D Design

  • Assign Materials
  • Place and Adjust Lights
  • Create Renderings
  • Document Models with Drawings

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Autodesk User Inventor (24 Evenings/Saturdays)

Chapter 1: Connecting to the Interface

  • Exploring the Graphical User Interface
  • Setting Application Options
  • Using Visualization Tools
  • Working with Project Files

Chapter 2: Introducing Parametric Sketching

  • Exploring the Essential Elements of a 2D Sketch
  • Controlling a Sketch
  • Using Dimensional Sketch Constraints
  • Defining and Placing Sketches

Chapter 3: Introducing Part Modeling

  • Creating 3D Geometry: The Parametric Solid Model
  • Defining the Base Feature
  • Defining Axial Features
  • Building Complex Shapes
  • Including Placed Features
  • The Hole Feature

Chapter 4: Creating 2D Drawings from 3D Data

  • Drawing Views of a Part
  • Editing Views
  • Adding Detail to Drawing Views
  • Dimensioning

Chapter 5: Introducing Assembly Modeling

  • Creating an Assembly
  • Understanding Grounded Components
  • Applying Assembly Constraints
  • Working with the Content Center
  • Using the Bolted Connection Generator
  • Joints: An Alternative to Constraints

Chapter 6: Exploring Part Modeling

  • Modeling using Primitives
  • Understanding Work Features
  • Using Sketched Feature Termination Options
  • Editing and Redefining Work Features

Chapter 7: Advanced Part Modeling

  • Creating 3D Sketches
  • Building a Hole Pattern
  • Exploring Advanced Efficiency Features

Chapter 8: Creating Advanced Drawings and Annotations

  • Creating Advanced Drawing Views
  • Using Advanced Drawing Annotation Tools

Chapter 9: Advanced Assembly and Engineering Tools

  • Controlling the Assembly Environment
  • Using Design Accelerators
  • Working with Additional Assembly Tools

Chapter 10: Creating Sculpted and Multibody Parts

  • Developing Specialized Features for Plastic Components
  • Creating an Assembly Using a Multibody Solid to Maintain a Consistent Shape

Chapter 11: Working with Sheet Metal Parts

  • Defining Sheet Metal Material Styles
  • Building Sheet Metal Components
  • Preparing the Part for Manufacture
  • Documenting Sheet Metal Parts

Chapter 12: Building with the Frame Generator

  • Creating Metal Frames
  • Editing Metal Frames
  • Controlling Frame Documentation

Chapter 13: Working in a Weldment Environment

  • Converting an Assembly
  • Calculating a Fillet Weld
  • Preparing to Apply Weld Features
  • Applying Weld Features
  • Adding Machined Features to the Weldment
  • Documenting Welds and Weldments

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Autodesk User Architect(16 Evenings/Saturdays)

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CTU Training Solutions , Updated: February 24th, 2020

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