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AutoCAD 2005 and AutoCAD LT 2005 Bible

AutoCAD 2005 and AutoCAD LT 2005 Bible

by Ellen Finkelstein
1198 Pages · 2004 · 15 MB · 2,560 Downloads · New!
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AutoCAD 2013 For Dummies
by Bill Fane
592 Pages · 2012 · 18.2 MB · 1,586 Downloads · New!
Used by everyone from engineers and architects to interior designers and draftspeople, AutoCAD 2013 is the world’s leading 2D and 3D technical drawing program. But, with so many options and features available, finding your way around AutoCAD can be a challenge, even for experienced CAD professionals. AutoCAD 2013 For Dummies is here to help. You’ll learn to build a solid foundation for all your projects, use standard CAD techniques, get familiar with new tools and features, and start sharing your models and designs in no time with this easy-to-follow guide.
AutoCAD 2011 For Dummies
by David Byrnes
532 Pages · 2010 · 11.2 MB · 2,433 Downloads · New!
If you’re just learning AutoCAD, this friendly, For Dummies guide is perfect for you. You’ll get up to speed on all the basics and start creating 2D and 3D technical drawings sooner than you might imagine. Learn how to create a basic drawing, use AutoCAD Design Center, edit your drawings, work with dimensions, add text, and much more. The book is straightforward, easy to follow, and includes practical tips and notes that demystify this complex software even further.
SolidWorks 2009 Bible
by Matt Lombard
1200 Pages · 2009 · 43.7 MB · 4,440 Downloads · New!
SolidWorks Bible is a comprehensive reference-tutorial that covers the basics, but then quickly ramps up to more advanced level topics. Every feature is thoroughly covered yet written in a way that makes learning this robust program seem non-threatening and uncomplicated. In a market full of books for beginners this is the one book that goes into extensive detail, not just on “how” the software works, but in many cases “why” it works the way it does. The author is well known in the SolidWorks community and uses SolidWorks on a daily basis as his main design tool in his contracting and consulting work. Many topics covered in SolidWorks Bible are not found in any other publication or even documentation directly from SolidWorks.
AutoCAD 2009 and AutoCAD LT 2009 Bible
by Ellen Finkelstein
1272 Pages · 2008 · 38.7 MB · 4,399 Downloads · New!
Eight previous editions of fans ranging from novices to Autodesk insiders can’t be wrong. This bestselling, comprehensive guide is your best, one-stop, go-to guide for everything you’ll need to master AutoCAD. Whether you’re an AutoCAD veteran exploring what’s new or a novice seeking to start with the basics and progress to advanced programming, every feature is covered. Start drawing today with the one book you need to succeed with AutoCAD 2009.
SolidWorks 2007 Bible
by Matt Lombard
1104 Pages · 2008 · 37.6 MB · 3,429 Downloads · New!
Whether you’re a new, intermediate, or professional user, you’ll find the in-depth coverage you need to succeed with SolidWorks 2007 in this comprehensive reference. From customizing the interface to exploring best practices to reinforcing your knowledge with step-by-step tutorials, the techniques and shortcuts in this detailed book will help you accomplish tasks, avoid the time-consuming pitfalls of parametric design, and get a firm handle on one of the leading 3D CAD programs on the market.
AutoCAD 2007 and AutoCAD LT 2007 Bible
by Ellen Finkelstein
1296 Pages · 2006 · 13.7 MB · 4,870 Downloads · New!
Popular among both novice and experienced AutoCAD users, this comprehensive book begins with an overview of the basics of AutoCAD, such as creating drawings, using commands, and specifying coordinates. Coverage becomes more in-depth as each chapter builds off the previous one, with discussions of 2D and 3D drawing techniques, using layers, creating dimensions, 3D coordinates, and rendering. You ll learn to customize commands and toolbars; program AutoCAD using AutoLISP and VBA; and review AutoCAD LT. A “Quick Start” will have beginners creating a CAD drawing on their first day.