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The second of two textbooks<-->the first covering the basics<-->on the best known computer aided drafting software. Presumably, Shumaker and Madsen's developed it from and for their technical drafting courses at Clackamas Community College in Oregon. The two volumes form a single sequence of increasingly sophisticated topics. The second discusses three-dimensional drafting, the latest version of the package, Internet access, and various customizing techniques. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781590706084
  • Publisher: Goodheart-Willcox Publisher
  • Publication date: 3/1/2006
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 13
  • Pages: 608
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

Three-Dimensional Construction and Display
Chapter 1 Introduction to Three-Dimensional Drawing 15
Using Rectangular 3D Coordinates 15
Creating Extruded 3D Shapes 17
The Right-Hand Rule of 3D Drawing 21
Displaying 3D Drawings with the VPOINT Command 22
3D Construction Techniques 26
Constructing Wireframes and 3D Faces 27
Constructing 3D Surface-Modeled Objects 32
Chapter 2 Three-Dimensional Coordinates and Constructions 41
3D Coordinate Systems 41
3D Surface Models 50
3D Constructions 57
Guidelines for Working with 3D Drawings 61
Chapter 3 Understanding User Coordinate Systems 69
Introduction to User Coordinate Systems 69
Working with UCS Basics 73
Additional Ways to Change the UCS 79
Chapter 4 Using Model Space Viewports 95
Understanding Viewports 95
Creating Viewports 96
Drawing in Multiple Viewports 105
Chapter 5 Three-Dimensional Surface Modeling Techniques 111
3D Mesh Techniques 111
Surfacing Around Holes 121
Constructing a Surface Model 121
Chapter 6 Editing Three-Dimensional Objects 155
Changing Properties 155
Using Grips to Edit 3D Objects 156
Aligning 3D Objects 157
3D Rotating 158
3D Mirroring 160
Creating 3D Arrays 161
Trimming and Extending 3D Objects 163
Creating Fillets and Rounds 165
Editing Polygon Meshes 167
Chapter 7 Viewing and Displaying Three-Dimensional Models 175
Using the VPOINT Command 175
Viewing Models Dynamically 180
Using the DVIEW Command 190
Creating a Standard Engineering Layout 197
Displaying a 3D Model 199
Chapter 8 Three-Dimensional Text and Dimensioning 205
Creating 3D Text with Thickness 205
3D Dimensioning 209
Chapter 9 Introduction to Shading and Rendering 215
Shading a Model 215
Rendering a Model 221
Solid Modeling With Acis
Chapter 10 Introduction to Solid Modeling 225
Working with Regions 225
Constructing Solid Primitives 229
Creating Composite Solids 236
Chapter 11 Solid Model Construction and Features 243
Creating Solid Extrusions 243
Creating Revolved Solids 246
Filleting Solid Objects 249
Chamfering Solid Objects 250
Constructing Solid Details and Features 252
Chapter 12 Solid Model Editing 263
Overview of Solid Model Editing 263
Editing Faces 265
Edge Editing 274
Body Editing 274
Constructing a Model with SOLIDEDIT 277
Chapter 13 Solid Model Display and Analysis 285
Controlling Solid Model Display 285
Viewing 3D Model Internal Features 289
Creating and Using Multiview Layouts 293
Solid Model Analysis 300
Solid Model File Exchange 301
Presentation Graphics and Rendering
Chapter 14 Using Raster and Vector Graphics Files 305
Working with Raster Files 305
Working with Vector Files 313
Working with PostScript 316
Chapter 15 Rendering with AutoCAD 323
Lighting 324
Rendering the Model 338
Creating Views and Scenes 345
Creating Surface Finishes with Materials 351
Mapping Textures to Objects 363
The Materials Library Dialog Box 366
Creating Backgrounds for Models 367
Landscaping the Model 369
Fogging up the Model 371
Specifying Rendering Preferences 372
Saving Image Files with SAVEIMG 374
Advanced Rendering 376
Advanced Autocad Applications
Chapter 16 AutoCAD and the Internet 385
Getting Connected to the Internet 386
AutoCAD Internet Utilities 388
Getting a Utility to View DWF Files 396
Publishing a DWF File on the Web 398
Chapter 17 Introduction to dbConnect 403
What Is a Database? 404
Linked Database Applications 405
Database File Structure 405
Getting Started with dbConnect 406
The dbConnect Manager 408
Working with a Data Source 413
Link Templates and Linking Data 414
Working with Labels 419
Editing Data in the Data View Window 423
Working with Queries 424
Exporting and Importing Templates 430
Converting ASE Links from Previous Versions of AutoCAD 431
Chapter 18 Advanced AutoCAD Features and OLE 435
Advanced Clipboard Support 435
Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) 442
Customizing Autocad
Chapter 19 Customizing the AutoCAD Environment 455
Setting AutoCAD Environment Variables 456
Customizing the Graphics Window 458
File Saving Options 463
System Settings 466
User Preferences 468
Saving Your Configuration Profiles 470
Changing Program Properties 471
Creating Alternate AutoCAD Configurations 474
Chapter 20 Customizing Toolbars 477
Working with Toolbars 477
Customizing Toolbars 483
Working with Flyouts 492
Toolbars and Menu Files 494
Chapter 21 Customizing Screen and Button Menus 499
AutoCAD's Menu Structure 499
Creating Button Menus 505
Creating Standard Screen Menus 510
Chapter 22 Customizing Pull-Down Menus and Image Tiles 519
Pull-Down Menus and Accelerator Keys 519
Menu Groups and Partial Menus 528
Image Tile Menus 531
Chapter 23 Customizing Tablet Menus 537
Using the AutoCAD Tablet Menu 537
Customizing the Tablet Menu 542
Designing a New Tablet Menu 547
Tablet Menu Tips 554
Chapter 24 Introduction to AutoLISP 557
AutoLISP Basics 558
AutoLISP--Beyond the Basics 574
Using Polar Coordinates and Angles 579
Locating AutoCAD's AutoLISP Files 582
Sample AutoLISP Programs 584
Chapter 25 Introduction to Dialog Control Language (DCL) 591
DCL File Formats 591
AutoLISP and DCL 594
Working with DCL 598
Appendices
Appendix A Solid Modeling Tutorial 603
Appendix B Common File Extensions 608
Appendix C AutoCAD Command Aliases 610
Appendix D Advanced Application Commands 612
Appendix E New and Advanced Application System Variable 617
Appendix F Basic AutoLISP Commands 627
Index 629
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