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2014/02/25 - Certified AutoCAD Tutorial Series - From February 25th to April 17th, 2014

posted Feb 7, 2014, 10:41 AM by Anton Dubov   [ updated May 2, 2014, 11:20 AM ]

Overview

These tutorial sessions are designed help students learn how to create and edit professional 2D Drawings, understand the fundamental concepts and workflow for creating 3D models, and presenting design using visualization tools. The tutorial sessions arranged in a progressive learning manner to appeal to both beginners and advanced users.  Students immediately apply what they learn from brief theoretical presentations with hands-on exercises via supplied drawing files. These exercises include step-by-step instructions along with clearly illustrated screen captures.

Upon completion of this comprehensive AutoCAD subject, a student will be able to create both a basic and advanced 2D drawing using drawing and editing tools.  In addition, they can design, edit and present 3D Models, organize drawing objects on layers, add text and basic dimensions, and prepare drawings in advance for plotting. 

A certificate of completion will be issued by Metro College of Technologies at the end of the tutorial series. Interested students may also take a Certified AutoCAD Autodesk exam to utilize the knowledge gained in these tutorial sessions and wreak immediate benefits. Further details will be provided during the sessions.


Instructor’s Profile

Associate Professor Dr. Amir H. Mnachid is an ASME member, currently teaching at Metro College of Technologies. Dr. Mnachid has over 15 years of experience in teaching and research. He specializes in the teaching of parametric 3D design software: Autodesk Inventor, SolidWorks, Creo (ProE), AutoCAD and Mastercam. With a very sociable and enthusiastic teaching attitude, he is known for building strong student/teacher relationships. He understands his students and their individual needs and can easily adapt his teaching techniques to meet their best interests.

Ryerson University

 When   February 25th to April 17th, 2014
 Runs every Tuesday and Thursday, from 6:30 - 9:30 PM.
 Cost benefits  We offer it for $425  (*Original price $1250).
 Location  Ryerson University,
 
350 Victoria St, Toronto, ON M5B 2K3
 Registration Link  Closed.
 Priority will be given to ASME members.
 Prerequisite  Basic Computer skills/Basic Drafting Fundamentals is  necessary
 Drop policies  Class can be dropped for full refund by the end of the first  class
 Evaluation  Test 40%, Final Project 60%, Pass mark is 60%

After completing the online registration form, you will be 
directed to the PayPal link for online payment instruction. 
For quick access for payment here: link.

For more information or questions, please contact Oleg Levytskyy O.LEVYTSKYY@gmail.com

Outline

  1. Introduction to AutoCAD interface
  2. Setting up a drawing
  3. Coordinates and basic drafting tools
  4. Creating 2D geometry
  5. Editing a drawing
  6. Organizing drawings with layers
  7. Dimensioning and tolerancing with AutoCAD
  8. Text and text styles
  9. Complex objects
  10. Blocks and block attributes
  11. External references
  12. Page setup and layouts
  13. 3D modeling
  14. Presenting design using visualization tools
  15. Introduction to plotting

Objectives                                                                           

  • Become familiar with the AutoCAD user interface
  • Understand the fundamental concepts and features of AutoCAD
  • Use the precision drafting tools in AutoCAD to develop accurate technical drawings
  • Present drawings in a detailed and visually impressive manner
  • Develop a level of comfort and confidence with AutoCAD through hands-on experience. Understand 3D concepts and designs
  • Use AutoCAD 3D tools in geometric modeling applications
  • Apply 3D concepts in Assembly and Disassembly applications
  • Develop 3D models using existing 2D AutoCAD designs
  • Edit and built realistic 3D models
  • Manipulate drawing using AutoCAD powerful 3D rendering engine
  • Develop, customized and view solid models