Fundamentals of Drafting Using AutoCAD LT / Edition 2

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Fundamentals of Drafting with AutoCADĀ® LT, the second edition of Drafting in a Computer Age, is an abundantly-illustrated instructional drafting book that teaches the fundamentals of engineering drawing through sketching, instrument drafting, and introductory CAD skills. This new edition introduces fundamental drafting skills first with freehand sketching and drawing instruments. Then, step-by-step instructions allow students to transfer their new skills to AutoCAD LT. Key terms are highlighted within the text and listed at the end of every chapter to reinforce important concepts and terminology. In addition, each chapter concludes with step-by-step AutoCAD instructions, Drafting Exercises, and Design Exercises, allowing users to practice their new skills both manually and using AutoCAD LT. (Keywords: AutoCAD LT)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780538659826
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 1/13/1998
  • Series: TP Technology Education Series
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 656
  • Product dimensions: 9.24 (w) x 11.60 (h) x 1.25 (d)

Meet the Author

Paul Ross Wallach received his undergraduate education at the University of California at Santa Barbara and did his graduate work at California State University, Los Angeles. He has acquired extensive experience in the drafting, designing, and construction phases of architecture and has taught architecture and engineering drawing for many years in Europe and California at the secondary and postsecondary levels. He currently teaches architecture at Canada College in Redwood City, California, and also does technical writing and consulting.

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Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION TO CONTEMPORARY DRAFTING: History. Today's Drafter's. Today's Industries. The Language of Drawing. The Graph Creator's. The Design Process. Drafting Today. types of Basic Engineering Graphics. DRAFTING EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES: Introduction. Conventional Drafting Supplies. Conventional Drafting Equipment. Manual Drafting vs. CAD. SKETCHING AND LETTERING: Introduction. Supplies. Working Drawing Sketches. Sketching Guidelines and Procedures. Computer-Aided Drafting and Design. INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER-AIDED DRAFTING SYSTEMS: Evolution of Drafting Tools. Computer Systems. PC CAD System Components. AUTOCAD LT PROCEDURES: Introduction. Starting AutoCAD LT2. Drawing Editor. Conventions Used in This Text. Working with AutoCAD LT2. DRAFTING CONVENTIONS AND FORMATS: Standardization. Line Conventions. Drafting Conventions. Drawing Formats. GEOMETRIC CONSTRUCTION: CAD vs. Drawing Instruments. Geometric Forms. Conventional Geometric Construction. MULTIVIEW DRAWINGS: Multiview Orthographic Projections. Selection of Views. Planes of Projection. Angles of Projection. Visualization. Inclined and Oblique Surface Projections. Dimensioning. Drawing Procedures. DIMENSIONING CONVENTIONS AND SURFACE FINISHES: Introduction. Systems of Dimensioning. Dimensioning Elements. Dimensioning Guidelines. Special Dimensioning Procedures. Surface Control. TOLERANCING AND GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING: Introduction. Tolerance Dimensions. Tolerance Practices. Mating Parts. SECTIONAL VIEWS: Introduction. Cutting Plans. Section Lining. Sectional View Types. AUXILIARY VIEWS AND REVOLUTIONS: Introduction. Foreshortening. Auxiliary Planes. Projection. Primary Auxiliary Views. Secondary Auxiliary Views. Completeness of Auxiliary Views. Procedures. Revolutions. DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY: Introduction. Points in Space. Geometric Planes. Geometric Lines. DEVELOPMENT DRAWINGS: Introduction. Surface Forms. Pattern Drawing Terminology. Parallel Line Development. Radial Line Development. PICTORIAL DRAWINGS: Introduction. Axonometric Drawings. Oblique Drawings. Perspective Drawings. FASTENERS: Introduction. Threaded Fasteners. Drafting Procedures. Types of Threaded Fastening Devices. Fastener Templates. Threaded Permanent Fasteners. Springs. DRAFTING PROCEDURES AND STORAGE SYSTEMS: Introduction. Functional Drafting. Revisions. Storage Systems. WORKING SYSTEMS: Introduction. Working Drawings. Working Drawing Dimensions. WELDING DRAWINGS: Introduction. Welding Processes. Welding Symbols. Data Selection. Welding Type Symbol Applications. Welded Joints. GEARS AND CAMS: Introduction. Gears and Drives. Cam Mechanisms. PIPING DRAWINGS: Introduction. Pipe Connections. Pipe Standards. Piping Drawings. ELECTRONICS DRAFTING: Introduction. Electronic Industry Standards. Electronics Drawing Symbols. Types of Electronic Drawings. Standard Symbol Charts. Drawing Schematic Diagrams. Drawing Connection Diagrams. Drawing Logic Diagrams. TOOL DESIGN DRAFTING: Introduction. Jigs and Fixtures. Standard Parts. Jig and Fixture Design. ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING: Gathering Information. Residential Styles. Design Considerations. Design Sequence. Working Drawings. Support Documents. Types of Buildings. Ergonomics. APPENDIX A: Tables. APPENDIX BB: Abbreviations. GLOSSARY. INDEX.

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