Category: Computer-Aided Drafting

Description

Description
Prerequisite
Course Objectives
Description

AutoCAD 3D covers the following:

Provides students with a broad introduction into 2-dimensional (2D) and 3-dimensional (3D) Computer-Aided Design (CAD) modeling with a focus on both basic and advanced commands. Students learn how to transition from 2D design into 3D design by using materials of less than perfect information purposely provided to simulate “real-life” design conflict scenarios. Upon course completion, students will have an in depth understanding of 3D CAD User Coordinate System (UCS) and how to create3D objects for industrial production use from issued 2D drawings.

Prerequisite

Course Objectives

·      Learn to interpret 2D drawings used to create 3D shapes

·      Extrude basic 2D shapes and advancing into 3D complex shape modifications

Layer management practices for complex shape components

Understand and use the USC coordinate system and apply it in the 2D & 3D design world

Course Duration

48 hrs

Min Attendee

5

Max Attendee

9

The AIDT Maritime Training Center reserves the right to cancel any class if the minimum number of students required is not met.