AutoCAD CIVIL course will equip the students with the knowledge of AutoCAD software specially designed for manufacturing personnel, offering significant gains over the standard AutoCAD by simplifying complex CIVIL design work. AutoCAD CIVIL is widely used software for 2D and 3D CIVIL Computer Aided Design (CAD) package enabling the engineers to design, visualize and communicate their ideas with ease and efficiency.
This software has revolutionized the way manufactures think about their design processes and help them to create more productive workflows. It facilitates the extended draw toolbar for manufacturing and powerful and smart dimensions. Its new user interface makes commands much easier to find and allows the users to be trained quickly. This software provides the engineers with the basic skills needed to develop their AutoCAD knowledge taking it to next higher level.
- Interface of AutoCAD
- Basic Geometry Creation
- Drafting Settings in AutoCAD
- Snapping to Coordinates
- Drawing Fundamentals for AutoCAD
- How to use specialize drawing commands of AutoCAD?
- AutoCAD Object Properties
- How to make primary modifications in AutoCAD?
- How to create text in AutoCAD?
- AutoCAD’s Orienting
- Utility and Inquiry Tools
- Layers & Layouts of AutoCAD
- Managing Blocks & References in AutoCAD
- Annotations & Annotative Objects
- Designing and Storing Attribute Information
- Extracting Linking and Presenting Information in Tables
- External References
- How to Add Callouts in AutoCAD?
- Checking Your Skills
- How to link to different drawings?
- Organizing Pictures
- Printing & Plotting Drawings
- Properly Size Annotations on Printed Drawings
- How to share information with others?
- Creating Blocks
- Creating libraries
- Advance selection methods
- Design center
- Direct prints
- Object linking
||Electrical Controls & System Designers
||Building Information Modelers
Design Production and Troubleshooting
At the earliest stages of a design project, mechanical engineers can use AutoCAD to start sketching ideas and analyzing them to determine the best solution for a given problem. The software makes the process quick and easy; it eliminates the need to draw new blueprints for each version of an idea and simplifies redesigns
Simulations and Scenarios
One of the most useful functions of AutoCAD is its ability to provide a graphic simulation of how a constructed machine will function. Once a design prototype is complete in the software, AutoCAD can generate a simulated version of the prototype and show it in action.
Quality Assurance and Control
Thanks to the analysis components of AutoCAD, mechanical engineers can simulate a variety of environments and stresses upon a prototype. This allows them to determine the functionality of a part or machine in extreme environments or under high-stress conditions difficult to test outside simulation.