An Introduction to AutoCAD AutoSurf is an invaluable 'how to'guide for anyone new to the software. Written in the author's well-known user-friendly style, it provides clear coverage of Releases 2.1 and 3 of the software, enabling the student to get started quickly and efficiently. Assuming a basic knowledge of AutoCAD, and some familiarity with 3D coordinate systems, the book provides a combination of succinct explanation and clear illustrations to systematically show the reader how to produce technical models of 3D surfaces.
- Assumes no previous knowledge of the package
- Works through all the package's main features with step-by-step instructions
- Highly illustrated with numerous screen dumps, example diagrams, and full-colour plates that show what can be achieved
- Contains end-of-chapter exercises to encourage further practice
An Introduction to AutoCAD AutoSurf is an essential text for all courses where AutoSurf is used. Those in industry who wish to learn how to produce 3D models using the software will welcome the friendly text and excellent use of diagrams.
|Publisher:||Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference|
|Product dimensions:||7.46(w) x 9.71(h) x 0.47(d)|
Table of ContentsConstructing AutoSurf 3D models.
Extruded and Revolved surfaces.
Other free-form surfaces.
Blendsf, projectsf and intersf.
Further AutoSurf models.
Other methods of construction.
Other AutoSurf commands.
Rendering in AutoVision.
More AutoSurf models.