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      Learning Autodesk AutoCAD 3D Training Video A Practical AutoCAD 3D Training Course That Teaches Real World Skills In this project-based Learning Autodesk AutoCAD 3D video tutorial series, you'll quickly have relevant skills for real-world applications. Follow along with our expert instructor in this Learning Autodesk AutoCAD 3D Training Video course to get: Concise, informative and broadcast-quality AutoCAD 3D  training videos delivered to your desktop The ability to learn at your own pace with our intuitive, easy-to-use interface A quick grasp of even the most complex AutoCAD 3D  subjects because they're broken into simple, easy to follow tutorial videos Practical working files further enhance the learning process and provide a degree of retention that is unmatched by any other form of AutoCAD 3D  tutorial, online or offline... so you'll know the exact steps for your own projects. Course Fast Facts: Only 7.25 hours to complete this course 102 tutorial videos Expert instructors lead each course Download to any Windows PC or Mac and save for viewing off line Course is accessible 24/7 from any computer once downloaded You can study from home or at work at your own pace in your own time Course Description In this Learning Autodesk AutoCAD 3D Training Video with trainer Seth Cohen, you will discover how to leverage the powerful 3D tools that are available in this computer aided design software from Autodesk. This tutorial is designed for the 3D beginner, but it is recommended that you are familiar with the basics AutoCAD before attempting this course. You will start with an introduction to 3D modeling and the workspaces available to you. You will learn how to navigate your models, and discover where the tools you will use are located within AutoCAD. Once you are comfortable with these basics, Seth jumps right into creating 3D models, covering topics such as wireframes, surface...

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      01. Introduction To 3D
      • 0101 About This Course
      • 0102 Working With The Dataset For This Course
      • 0103 3D Modeling Overview
      • 0104 AutoCAD 3D Commands And Workspaces
      • 0105 Navigating 3D Models
      • 0106 Changing The Display
      • 0107 Using The ViewCube
      • 0108 Orbiting Your 3D Model
      • 0109 Using Viewport Controls
      • 02. Working In 3D
        • 0201 The AutoCAD Coordinate System
        • 0202 UCS Basics
        • 0203 UCS Multifunctional Grips
        • 0204 Using Named UCSs
        • 0205 Dynamically Changing The Coordinate System
        • 0206 Using 3D OSNAPs
        • 0207 Bringing It Together - Track With Object Snaps In 3D (Architectural)
        • 0208 Bringing It Together - Track With Object Snaps In 3D (Mechanical)
      • 03. Wireframes And Surface Modeling
        • 0301 Using Polylines And Lines In A 3D World
        • 0302 Adding Surfaces - Regions, Solids, And 3D Faces
        • 0303 Add A Surface Between Objects (The Rulesurf And Tabsurf Commands)
        • 0304 Creating Circular Surfaces (The Revsurf Command)
        • 0305 Using Edges To Define A Surface Plane (The Edgesurf Command)
        • 0306 Using The Loft Command To Create 3D Meshes
      • 04. Creating Primitive Solid Models
        • 0401 Create Solid Primitive - The Basics
        • 0402 Bringing It Together - Create Solid Primitives - Creating 3D From 2D
      • 05. Creating Models From 2D Profiles
        • 0501 2D Profiles Overview
        • 0502 Using The Extrude Command
        • 0503 Using The Loft Command
        • 0504 Using The Polysolid Command
        • 0505 Using The Revolve Command
        • 0506 Using The Sweep Command
        • 0507 Using The Press/Pull Command
        • 0508 Bringing It Together - Creating Mass Shapes (Architectural)
        • 0509 Bringing It Together - Create A Window Guide (Mechanical)
      • 06. Creating Composite Solids
        • 0601 Composite Solids Overview
        • 0602 Creating Solids Using Union
        • 0603 Creating Solids Using Subtract
        • 0604 Creating Solids Using Intersect
        • 0605 Checking Interference
        • 0606 Bringing It Together - Create Composite Solids (Mechanical)
        • 0607 Bringing It Together - Create Composite Solids (Architectural)
      • 07. Adding Detail To Your Solid Models
        • 0701 Filleting Solid Models
        • 0702 Chamfering Solid Models
        • 0703 Slicing A Solid Model
      • 08. Editing Solid Models
        • 0801 Solid History And Editing Methods
        • 0802 Grip Editing Solid Models
        • 0803 Offsetting Faces
        • 0804 Deleting Faces
        • 0805 Rotating Faces
        • 0806 Tapering Faces
        • 0807 Creating A Shell
        • 0808 Imprinting Edges
        • 0809 Separating Solids
        • 0810 Changing Face Color
        • 0811 Changing Edge Color
        • 0812 Bringing It Together - Editing Solid Models (Architectral)
        • 0813 Bringing It Together - Editing Solid Models (Mechanical)
      • 09. Extracting Geometry From Solid Models
        • 0901 Copying Faces
        • 0902 Copying Edges
        • 0903 Extracting All Model Edges
        • 0904 Exploding 3D Models
        • 0905 Bringing It Together - Extracting Geometry From Solid Models
      • 10. Modyfying The Model Position
        • 1001 Overview Of The 3D Gizmo
        • 1002 Moving In 3D
        • 1003 Aligning In 3D
        • 1004 Rotating In 3D
        • 1005 Scaling In 3D
        • 1006 Bringing It Together - Manipulate The Models (Mechanical)
        • 1007 Bringing It Together - Manipulate The Models (Architectural)
      • 11. Duplicating The Model
        • 1101 Mirroring In 3D
        • 1102 Arraying In 3D
      • 12. Converting Objects
        • 1201 Overview Converting 2D Objects To Solids Or Surfaces
        • 1202 Converting 2D Objects To Solids Or Surfaces
        • 1203 Thickening Surfaces To Solids
      • 13. Viewing Models
        • 1301 Overview Of Viewing Models
        • 1302 Displaying 2D Geometry From A 3D Model (Flatshot Command)
        • 1303 Creating Simple Sections (Section Command)
        • 1304 Creating And Using Live Section Planes
        • 1305 Generating 2D/3D Sections
      • 14. Plotting Your Models
        • 1401 Generating 2D Views Of 3D Models - Mechanical
        • 1402 Create A Section Plane Layout View - Mechanical
        • 1403 Create Layouts Of 3D Models - Architectural
        • 1404 Importing A 3D Model And Plotting It Using Automatic Model Documentation
      • 15. Using Visual Styles
        • 1501 Visual Styles And The Visual Styles Manager
        • 1502 Creating And Exporting A Visual Style
        • 1503 Applying Visual Styles To Layout Views
      • 16. Using Lights
        • 1601 Overview Of Lighting
        • 1602 Bringing It Together - Work With Lights In A Scene - Architectural
        • 1603 Bringing It Together - Work With Lights In A Scene - Mechanical
        • 1604 Bringing It Together - A Sun Study
      • 17. Using Materials
        • 1701 Using The Materials Browser And Predefined Materials
        • 1702 Creating And Editing Materials
        • 1703 Bringing It All Together - Add Materials To Your Scene (Mechanical)
      • 18. Rendering
        • 1801 The Rendering Environment And The Different Ways To Render
        • 1802 Advanced Rendering
      • 19. Navigating The Model
        • 1901 Walking And Flying Through A Model
        • 1902 Recording An Animation
      • 20. Using Cameras And Named Views
        • 2001 Creating And Using Cameras
      • 21. Using ShowMotion For Presentations
        • 2101 Overview Of ShowMotion
        • 2102 Creating Views For Presentation With ShowMotion
        • 2103 Bringing It All Together - Using ShowMotion (Mechanical)
      • 22. Finale
        • 2201 About Me

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