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AutoCAD is a standout amongst the most well-known Computer Aided Design (CAD) project created to help experts to outline items, structures or structures without drawing up arrangements physically.


AutoCAD - 2D

AutoCAD is a standout amongst the most well-known Computer Aided Design (CAD) project created to help experts to outline items, structures or structures without drawing up arrangements physically.

The course target is to educate the students about the essential directions important for expert 2D CAD drawing, plan, and drafting utilizing a 2D drafting device. Indeed, even participants with no past CAD experience can advance rapidly through this course which is masterminded in an arrangement that is straightforward. Members will learn CAD essentials and the capacities in 2D drawing.

AutoCAD - 2D Training Objectives

At CADD Center, we help you ace the accompanying features of Autocad 2D:

  1. Creation of 2D drawings
  2. Adjustments utilizing altering instruments
  3. Layer administration
  4. Dimensioning
  5. Hatching
  6. Using parametric limitations
  7. Create and oversee sections
  8. Administer Extrinsic references
  9. Plotting

Learning Outcomes

In the wake of finishing this course, understudies will have the capacity to -

  1. Navigate through the interface easily
  2. Use the key elements and accuracy drafting devices in AutoCAD to create precise specialized drawings.
  3. Present drawings in a comprehensive and perceivably fascinating way.
  4. Create very precise 2D drawings in shorter duration.

Why should you learn?

Autocad makes dazzling plans and accelerate documentation work with profitable tools. It has numerous in-constructed instruments to help specialists, planners or creators chip away at individual tasks. It assists you with creating drawings in which we can work with exact estimations and accuracy.

AutoCAD - 2D Training Duration

Regular classroom based training: 6 Weeks, 60 minutes of theory & practical session per day.


AutoCAD - 2D Syllabus

  1. Introduction
  2. What is CAD?
  3. Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing
  4. Taking a Guided Tour
  5. Working with AutoCAD
  1. Detailed Usage of Draw Tools (Polylines, Polygons, Circles, Arcs,Multilines, Splines, Donuts, Ellipse, etc.)
  2. Using the AutoCAD Modes as Drafting Tools
  1. Getting to know the Basic Modify Tools (Use of Various Modify Tools like Erase, Copy, Move, Rotate, Scale, Align, Offset, Mirror, Stretch, Lengthen, Break, Trim, Extend, etc. to Construct a Geometry)
  1. Selecting Objects
  2. Using Advanced Selection Tools
  3. Using Hatch Patterns in Your Drawings
  4. Understanding the Boundary Hatch Options
  5. Hatch Editing
  6. Using External References
  7. Editing Xrefs in Place
  8. Managing Xrefs
  1. Using the DXF File Format to Exchange
  2. Using AutoCAD Drawings in Desktop Publishing
  3. Combining Data from Different Sources
  1. Adding Text to a Drawing
  2. Understanding Text Formatting in AutoCAD
  3. Organizing Text by Styles
  4. Adding Simple Text Objects
  5. Using Fields to Associate Text with Drawing Properties
  6. Adding tables to your Drawing
  1. Developing your Drawing
  2. Marking Divisions on Curves
  3. Eliminating Unused Blocks, Layers, Line Types, Shapes and Styles
  1. Adding an Output Device
  2. Understanding the Plotter Settings
  3. Plotting the Plan
  4. Working with Plot Styles
  5. Plotting Using Layout Tabs
  6. Assigning Plot Styles Directly to Layers and Objects
  1. Planning and Laying Out a Drawing
  2. Viewing your Drawing
  1. Starting Your First Drawing
  2. Setting up a Work Area
  3. Specifying Distances with Coordinates
  4. Getting to know the Draw Toolbar (Lines, Ray, Construction Lines)
  1. Editing More Efficiently (Usage of Advanced Editing Commands like Fillet, Chamfer, Array, Splinedit, Pedit, etc.)
  2. Using Grips to Simplify Editing
  1. Finding Area
  2. Getting General Information
  1. Creating and Inserting Blocks
  2. Modifying a Block
  3. Creating Attributes
  4. Editing Attributes
  5. Working on Linetypes, Lineweights and Color Controls
  6. Organising Information with Layers
  7. Managing Layers
  1. Understanding the Components of a Dimension
  2. Drawing Linear Dimensions
  3. Dimensioning Non-orthogonal Objects
  4. Adding a Note with an Arrow
  5. Creating a Dimension Style
  6. Editing Dimensions
  7. Skewing Dimension Lines
  8. Applying Ordinate Dimensions
  9. Adding Tolerance Notation
  1. Working in Viewports
  2. Using the Layout Tabs and Paper Space
  3. Working with Paper Space Viewports
  4. Understanding Line Weights, Line Types and Dimensions in Paperspace
  1. Understanding Sheet Sets
  2. Creating a Sheet Set from an Existing Project
  3. Managing Title Blocks and Cross References
  4. Customizing Sheet Sets
  1. Sharing Drawing over the Internet
  2. ePublishing your Drawings
  3. Managing your Drawings with Designcenter and the Tool Palettes
  4. Establishing Office Standards
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