Author: Prof. Sham Tickoo Purdue Univ.;CADCIM Technologies
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Master the latest trends in 3D modeling and design with AUTOCAD 2014: A PROBLEM-SOLVING APPROACH, 1st Edition! Coverage of improved Ribbon organization and model documentation enhancements helps you increase speed and productivity, while using Autodesk Cloud lets you share your designs with your social network. In addition, customizing your AutoCAD experience is easier than ever with detailed instruction on the new Apps available on Autodesk Exchange. AUTOCAD 2014: A PROBLEM-SOLVING APPROACH, 1st Edition explores all of these features and more via hands-on projects and step-by-step approaches that help you solve today's drafting and design problems. Suitable for beginners and established professionals alike, this trusted text provides in-depth coverage of all core concepts while highlighting new commands and enhancements to date. Every book also includes access to the exclusive CADConnect website for critical AutoCAD updates.
Some of the Salient Features of this Textbook are as follows:
Consists of 36 pedagogical sequenced chapters covering the application part of AutoCAD.
The first page of every chapter summarizes the topics that will be covered in it.
Real-world projects and examples focusing on industry experience.
Step-by-step examples that guide the users through the learning process.
Additional information is provided throughout the textbook in the form of tips and notes.
Self-Evaluation test and Review Questions are provided at the end of each chapter so that the users can assess their knowledge.
Step-by-step instructions promote efficient use of the software while strengthening the problem-solving skills.
Usage of commands and shortcuts to increase efficiency of the users.
Dual emphasis on conceptual learning and hands-on practice leads to a thorough understanding of AutoCAD 2014.
Latest enhancements in software like Inventor Fusion, Drawing Views, and In-canvas Viewport Controls etc. have been added.