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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/28/10 Lab2: AutoCAD and 3D IE 332: Computing in IE 1/28/2010 Ji Soo Yi [email protected]
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9/28/10 Agenda Lab 1 Review Lab 2 2D Advanced 3D ° Basics (Setup and Navigation) Solid Modeling USC and Move
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9/28/10 Lab 1 Review What is the very first thing to setup? SNAP, GRID, vs. OSNAP 10, 10 vs. 10’, 10’ 10, 10 vs. @10,10 Annotative Objects Linear dimension vs. Aligned dimension
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9/28/10 Lab 1 Review: Scale and Drawing Units
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9/28/10 Lab 1 Review: Scale
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9/28/10 Lab 1 Review: Drawing Units Why do I need to determine units before I start drawing? Know the dimension of objects I am drawing Know the units I am using Example: suppose you need to draw two rectangles, one is 2’ x 1’ and
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9/28/10 Lab 1 Review: Drawing Limits and Grid Drawing Limits are optional. You do not have to use them If you do set up drawing limits, the Grid only appears in the area defined by drawing limits. This helps you know where you want to draw objects
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9/28/10 Lab 1 Review:
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