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Overview

Written specifically for practitioners of interior design, this book helps readers learn AutoCAD by actually using it in planning and designing a wide variety of realistic interiors. It covers both 2- and 3-dimensional aspects of AutoCAD 2002. Using a non-technical writing style and hands-on PROMPT/RESPONSE tutorial approach, it takes readers step-by-step through the creation of all of the drawings necessary for a space planning project (Tenant Space project)—from floor plans, elevations, and furniture planning, through power and lighting plans, to isometric and three-dimensional drawings. An Overview of the AutoCAD Program; Preparing to Draw with AutoCAD; Drawing with AutoCAD: Basic Commands and Settings; Drawing with AutoCAD: Conference and Lecture Rooms; Adding Text to the Drawing; Printing and Plotting; Drawing the Floor Plan: Walls, Doors, and Windows; Dimensioning and Area Calculations; Drawing Elevations, Wall Sections, and Details; Drawing and Adding Specifications to Furnishings and the AutoCAD Design Center; Drawing the Reflected Ceiling Plan and Power Plan; Isometric Drawing; Creating Presentations and Creating a Web Page Using AutoCAD; Using Raster Images and Grips; Customizing Toolbars and Menus; Basic Three-Dimensional Models; Solid Modeling. For interior designers.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780130971074
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall
  • Publication date: 12/14/2001
  • Edition description: NEW ED..
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 559
  • Product dimensions: 8.20 (w) x 10.70 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Table of Contents

Part I Preparing to Draw With Autocad 1
1 Introduction 1
AutoCAD for Interior Design and Space Planning 1
Benefits of Using AutoCAD 1
Types of Drawings Completed in the Chapter Exercises 2
Additional Topics Described in the Chapter Exercises 11
2 An Overview of the AutoCAD Program 12
Exercise 2-1 Start Microsoft Windows, Start the AutoCAD Program, Examine the AutoCAD Screen, and Exit AutoCAD 12
3 Preparing to Draw with AutoCAD 26
Introduction 26
Following the Exercises in This Book 26
Exercise 3-1 Beginning an AutoCAD Drawing Using "Start from Scratch": Setting Units, Limits, Grid, and Snap; Creating Layers; Saving Your Work and Exiting AutoCAd 27
Part II Two-Dimensional Autocad 47
4 Drawing with AutoCAD: Basic Commands and Settings 47
Introduction 47
Exercise 4-1 Drawing Lines and Circles 50
Exercise 4-2 Drawing Arcs, Ellipses, and Solids 69
Exercise 4-3 Drawing Shapes 79
Exercise 4-4 Drawing a Pattern 80
Exercise 4-5 Drawing Shapes II 81
5 Drawing with AutoCAD: Conference and Lecture Rooms 84
Exercise 5-1 Drawing a Rectangular Conference Room Including Furniture 84
Exercise 5-2 Drawing a Rectangular Lecture Room Including Furniture 104
Exercise 5-3 Drawing a Curved Conference Room Including Furniture 113
Exercise 5-4 Drawing a Rectangular Conference Room Including Furniture 118
Exercise 5-5 Drawing a Rectangular Lecture Room Including Furniture 119
6 Adding Text to the Drawing 123
Exercise 6-1 Placing Text on Drawings 123
7 Printing and Plotting 142
Introduction 142
Exercise 7-1 Print/Plot Responses for Exercise 6-1, Using the Model Tab 142
Exercise 7-2 Print/Plot Responses for Exercise 5-1, Using a Layout Wizard 152
Exercise 7-3 Print/Plot Responses for Exercise 5-2, Using Page Setup 155
8 Drawing the Floor Plan: Walls, Doors, and Windows 162
The Tenant Space Project 162
Exercise 8-1 Tenant Space Floor Plan 162
Exercise 8-2 Office I Floor Plan 188
Exercise 8-3 Office II Floor Plan 188
Exercise 8-4 House Floor Plan 194
Exercise 8-5 Country Club Floor Plan 194
9 Dimensioning and Area Calculations 196
Six Basic Types of Dimensions 196
Dimensioning Variables 196
Exercise 9-1 Dimensioning the Tenant Space Floor Plan Using Linear Dimensions 210
Exercise 9-2 Associative Dimension Commands and Grips 225
Exercise 9-3 Angular, Diameter, Radius, and Ordinate Dimensioning 232
Exercise 9-4 Tenant Space Total Square Feet 237
Exercise 9-5 Use QDIM to Dimension the Conference Room from Exercise 5-1 241
Exercise 9-6 Office I Dimensioned Plan 243
Exercise 9-7 Office II Dimensioned Plan 243
Exercise 9-8 House Dimensioned Plan 243
Exercise 9-9 Country Club Dimensioned Plan 243
10 Drawing Elevations, Wall Sections, and Details 251
Introduction 251
Exercise 10-1 Tenant Space: Elevation of Conference Room Cabinets 251
Exercise 10-2 Tenant Space: Section of Conference Room Cabinets with Crosshatching 267
Exercise 10-3 Detail of Door Jamb with Crosshatching 279
Exercise 10-4 Using FILTERS to Draw an Orthographic Drawing of a Conference Table 281
Exercise 10-5 Different Hatch Styles 286
11 Drawing and Adding Specifications to Furnishings and the AutoCAD DesignCenter 289
Introduction 289
Exercise 11-1, Part 1 Tenant Space Furniture Plan with Furniture Specifications 289
Exercise 11-1, Part 2 Extracting Attributes from Drawing CH11-EX1 314
Exercise 11-2 Reception Area Furniture Plan Using the AutoCAD DesignCenter 322
Exercise 11-3 Office Furniture Plan 326
Exercise 11-4 Office II Furniture Plan 328
Exercise 11-5 House Furniture Plan 328
Exercise 11-6 Country Club Furniture Plan 328
12 Drawing the Reflected Ceiling Plan and Power Plan 336
Introduction 336
Exercise 12-1, Part 1 Tenant Space Lighting Legend and Reflected Ceiling Plan 336
Exercise 12-1, Part 2 Tenant Space Power Plan 339
Exercise 12-2 Office Reflected Ceiling Plan and Power Plan 342
Exercise 12-3 Office II Reflected Ceiling Plan and Power Plan 345
Exercise 12-4 House Lighting and Outlet Plan 348
Exercise 12-5 Country Club Reflected Ceiling Plan and Power Plan 351
Part III Special Topics 357
13 Isometric Drawing 357
Introduction 357
Exercise 13-1 Fundamentals of Isometric Drawing 357
Exercise 13-2 Tenant Space Reception Desk in Isometric 370
Exercise 13-3 Tenant Space Reception Seating Area in Isometric 378
Exercise 13-4 Tenant Space Conference Chair in Isometric 379
Exercise 13-5 Conference Room Walls and Furniture in Isometric 379
14 Creating Presentations and Creating a Web Page Using AutoCAD 384
Model Space and Paper Space 384
Exercise 14-1 Creating a Printed Presentation of the Tenant Space Project by Combining Multiple Plans on One Sheet of Paper 385
Exercise 14-2 Creating a Slide Show of the Tenant Space Project Drawings 404
Exercise 14-3 Creating a Web Page 408
Exercise 14-4 Creating a Presentation 410
Exercise 14-5 Creating a Presentation 410
Exercise 14-6 Creating a Slide Show 410
15 Using Raster Images and Grips 413
Introduction 413
Exercise 15-1 Inserting and Modifying Raster Images 413
16 Customizing Toolbars and Menus 423
Exercise 16-1 Customizing Toolbars 423
Exercise 16-2 Customizing Menus 437
Exercise 16-3 Making a New Menu File 439
Exercise 16-4 Making a New Toolbar 451
Exercise 16-5 Modifying a Menu File 451
Part IV Three-Dimensional Autocad 453
17 Basic Three-Dimensional Models 453
Introduction 453
Exercise 17-1, Part 1 Creating 3D Models Using Elevation and Thickness 453
Exercise 17-1, Part 2 3D Shapes 468
Exercise 17-2 Creating a 3D Model of the Tenant Space Reception Desk 471
Exercise 17-3 Creating a 3D Model of the Tenant Space Reception Seating Area 484
Exercise 17-4 Creating a 3D Model of the Tenant Space Conference Room Cabinets 485
Exercise 17-5 Creating a 3D Model of the Tenant Space Conference Room Chair 485
18 Solid Modeling 489
Introduction 489
Exercise 18-1, Part 1 Drawing Primitive Solids 491
Exercise 18-1, Part 2 Using Extrude to Draw Extruded Solids 497
Exercise 18-1, Part 3 Using Revolve to Draw Revolved Solids; Using Rotate 3D to Rotate Solids about the X, Y, and Z Axes 501
Exercise 18-1, Part 4 Using Chamfer and Fillet to Draw Chamfers and Fillets on Solid Edges 506
Exercise 18-1, Part 5 Using Union to Join Two Solids; Using Subtract to Subtract Solids from Other Solids 508
Exercise 18-1, Part 6 Using Intersection to Form a Solid Model from the Common Volume of Two Intersecting Solids 510
Exercise 18-2 Creating a Solid Model of Chair 514
Exercise 18-3 Creating a Solid Model of Chair 2 525
Exercise 18-4 Creating a Solid Model of a Patio 528
Exercise 18-5 Drawing Solid Models of Eight Objects 537
Exercise 18-6 Drawing a Solid Model of a Lamp Table 538
Exercise 18-7 Drawing a Solid Model of a Sofa 539
Exercise 18-8 Drawing a Solid Model of a Lamp and Inserting It and the Lamp Table into the Sofa Drawing 540
Exercise 18-9 Drawing a Solid Model of the Tenant Space Reception Seating 541
Exercise 18-10 Drawing a Solid Model of a Conference Chair 542
Exercise 18-11 Drawing a Solid Model of a Conference Table and Inserting Chairs Around It 543
Glossary 546
Index 551
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