Architectural Desktop 3.0/3.3

Architectural Desktop 3.0/3.3

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For courses in Architectural Desktop (ADT).David Madsen takes his best-selling comprehensive, easy-to-use and understandable AutoCAD format and applies it to Architectural Desktop to aid students through all phases of construction document creation-from the earliest stages of conceptual design, through design development, and finally to the finished set of drawings. This book explains commands and applications, and contains a variety of features that enable students to effectively use Architectural Desktop 3.0/3.3 to create real-world construction documents and more

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  • Paperback | 992 pages
  • 224.5 x 256 x 35.6mm | 1,882.43g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Peachpit Press Publications
  • Berkeley, United States
  • English
  • 0130934984
  • 9780130934987

Table of contents

1. Introduction to Architectural Desktop. 2. Basic Drafting Techniques. 3. Drawing Walls, Doors, and Windows. 4. Drawing Display Commands. 5. The Architectural Desktop Display System. 6. Layer Management. 7. Architectural Symbols and Structural Elements. 8. Dimensioning Drawings. 9. Editing and Modifying Walls. 10. Editing and Modifying Wall Openings. 11. Creating Stairs and Railings. 12. Creating Curtain Walls. 13. Creating Styles. 14. Using Slab Objects. 15. Working with Reference Files. 16. Creating Roofs. 17. Creating Elevations. 18. Creating Sections. 19. Using Schedules. 20. Creating Custom Schedule Information. 21. Layouts and Plotting. 22. Conceptual Design. 23. Spaces and Space Boundaries. 24. Working with Areas. Appendix: Architectural Desktop Toolbars. Index. CD-ROM CONTENTSAppendix A: AIA Layer Standards. Appendix B: Drawing Name Conventions. Appendix C: Typical Sheet Numbering Conventions. Appendix D: Introduction to CSI. Appendix E: Standard Tables. Appendix F: AEC Wall Priorities. Appendix G: Object Display Representations. Appendix H: Display Configurations and their more