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Introduction to 3D Modelling

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Mustafa Pasha – Computer Aided Drawing 1 Introduction to 3D Modeling Introduction to 3D Modeling
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Mustafa Pasha – Computer Aided Drawing 2 Content Content Introduction Introduction Types Types 2D Vs 3D 2D Vs 3D Solid Modeling Solid Modeling
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Mustafa Pasha – Computer Aided Drawing 3 Introduction Introduction 3D modeling is creating an object or a part which has 3D  characteristics and can be viewed 3D. Object has DEPTH or THICKNESS In 2D drafting or drawing, the object is normally drawn in  XY direction. In 3D modeling, the object is drawn in XY and  also Z direction.
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Mustafa Pasha – Computer Aided Drawing 4 Introduction Introduction Object modeled in 3D can be rotated and view  from any angle Generally, more complicated to  create and produce compare to 2D
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Mustafa Pasha – Computer Aided Drawing 5 Types Types Wire-frame, Surface, & Solid Wire-frame, Surface, & Solid
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