Descriptive Geometry : An Integrated Approach Using AutoCad
The software applications - AutoCAD, Microsoft Access, and Microsoft Excel - are used in this text to assist readers in developing a complete understanding of the principles involved in graphically describing a technical project through the use of descriptive geometry. Emphasis is placed on learning to apply descriptive geometry principles to solve real-world problems accurately and efficiently, with the use of AutoCAD. In addition to numerous practice problems requiring the use of AutoCAD, each chapter of this book also invites readers to utilize AutoLISP(r) and Visual LISP programming to solve specific spatial problems. An accompanying interactive, Windows-based CD-ROM containing quick access to definitions, examples, animations, video clips, web links, and practice tests is included for use in conjunction with the book.
- Mixed media product | 544 pages
- 228.6 x 264.7 x 18.5mm | 993.37g
- 09 Jul 2000
- Cengage Learning, Inc
- Delmar Cengage Learning
- Clifton Park, United States
Table of contents
Viewing an object; points and lines; auxiliary views; planes; revolutions; developments; vector geometry. (Part contents).