Introduction to AutoCAD 2000

Introduction to AutoCAD 2000

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  • Paperback | 277 pages
  • 202.2 x 251.2 x 13.2mm | 548.86g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Pearson
  • United States
  • English
  • illustrations plan, portraits
  • 0130167320
  • 9780130167323

Table of contents

1. Lines. 2. Circles and Drawing Aids. 3. Layers, Colors, and Linetypes. 4. Template Drawings. 5. Arcs and Polar Arrays. 6. Object Snap. 7. Text. 8. Dimensions. 9. Wire Frame Surface more

About Mark Dix

MARK DIX began working with AutoCAD in 1985 as a programmer for CAD Support Associates, Inc. He helped design a system for creating estimates and bills of material directly from AutoCAD drawing databases for use in the automated conveyor industry. This system became the basis for systems still widely in use today. In 1986 he began collaborating with Paul Riley to create AutoCAD training materials, combining Riley's background in industrial design and training with Dix's background in writing, curriculum development, and programming. Dix and Riley have created tutorial and teaching methods for every AutoCAD release since Version 2.5 Mr. Dix has a Master of Education from the University of Massachusets. He is currently the Director of Deaborn Academy High School in Arlington, Massachusetts.PAUL RILEY is an author, instructor, and designer specializing in graphics and design for multimedia. He is a founding partner of CAD Support Associates, a contract service and professional training organization for computer-aided design. His 15 years of business experience and 20 years of teaching experience are supported by degrees in education and computer science. Paul has taught AutoCAD at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell and is presently teaching AutoCAD at Mt. Ida College in Newton, Massachusetts. He has developed a program, Computer-aided Design for Professionals that is highly regarded by corporate clients and has been an ongoing success since more