This advanced course covers the basics of managing axial images' relationships, creating and editing 3-D drawings, file sharing, and external references, and file management for construction drawings.
What you can learn.
- Create drawing views of AutoCAD 3-D models for drawing 2-D sections and details
- Edit 3-D models and their 2-D associated drawing views
- Create undocumented auxiliary views from AutoCAD 3-D models
- Learn how to export drawing views to create 2-D, sectional, multiview drawings in model space
About this course:This intermediate course covers the basics of managing axial images' relationships, creating and editing 3D drawings, file sharing and external references, and file management for construction drawings. Students learn about setting up files, drawing formats, and creating objects to increase the usability of their drawings for both themselves and others. Instruction emphasizes the student's ability to create and edit drawing files similar to those encountered in a planning or design office, such as land use plans, topographic site surveys, and sets of multidisciplinary construction drawings. This course does not support AutoCAD on the Mac.
Spring 2021 Schedule
These courses have regular meeting times and are fully online, via remote instruction. Click “See Details” below for more information.
No meeting May 31.
Landscape Architecture certificate students must take this course for credit - Letter Grade; other students may choose either unit credit or 3.3 continuing education units. Students must have their own copy of AutoCAD; student versions of the software may be downloaded for free upon proof of student status. Attendance at the first class is mandatory. This course does not support AutoCAD on the Mac. Internet access required. Materials required.