Certified Autocad Engineer CAE
AutoCAD: is a program designed using the computer to design two and three dimensional issued by the U.S. company Autodesk. The first version of it is used in 1980 under the product name (CAD) which means almost computer aided design, used in any of the areas of design such as designing costumes, civil engineering, architecture, mechanical engineering, interior design. It is used to create all project designs and watch as you are in the truth which through its accessories as output program (Render) conduct some experiments on the design such as choosing colors, lights and preview spaces in the field of architecture, also for some accessories can make the mechanical designs and some tests on them .It can export its files to the program 3D Studio Max to take it out by the latter.
- Basic AutoCAD Electric Drafting Functions
- 2-D Drafting (Mechanical, Electrical, Architectural, etc.)
- Lines, circles, arcs, polylines, rectangles, polygons, splines, points, texts, and area hatching
- 3-D Modeling
- Wireframe modeling, surface modeling, and solid modeling
- 3-D primitives including boxes, wedges, cones, cylinders, spheres, and toruses; extruded and revolved solids from 2-D objects, and
- Boolean operations to the 3-D objects including union, subtraction, and intersection).
- Operations to 2-D and 3-D Objects
- Moving, rotating, copying, mirroring, and erasing.
- Zooming and panning, multiple viewport generation, user coordinate system
- (UCS) definition and viewing direction selection.
- Dimensioning and Tolerance
- Linear dimensions, angular dimensions, radius dimensions, diameter
- Dimensions, baseline dimensions, continuous dimensions, leaders, and size
- And geometric tolerances.
- 3-D Images
- Wireframe images, hidden line images, shading images, and rendering images.
- Organization of Objects
- Layers, colors, line types, groups, blocks, attributes, and references.
- AutoCAD Interface Environment
- The user's interface of AutoCAD consists of a graphics window and a text window.