Engineering Graphics Essentials with AutoCAD 2010 Instruction is specifically designed to be used in a one or two credit introduction to engineering graphics course. It covers the main topics of engineering graphics, including tolerancing and fasteners, giving engineering students a basic understanding of how to create and read engineering drawings as well as teaching them the fundamentals of AutoCAD 2010. Additionally, this text comes with a multimedia CD containing video exercises prepared by the author.
Engineering Graphics Essentials with AutoCAD 2010 Instruction is designed to encourage students to interact with the instructor during lecture. It has many 'instructor led' and 'in class student' exercises that require student participation.
Engineering Graphics Essentials with AutoCAD 2010 Instruction gives students a basic understanding of how to create and read engineering drawings by presenting principles in a logical and easy to understand manner and by having students work through a series of exercises.
Table of Contents
1. Drawing in AutoCAD
2. Orthographic Projection
3. Creating Orthographic Projections in AutoCAD
5. Dimensioning in AutoCAD
7. Creating Section views in AutoCAD
9. Tolerancing in AutoCAD
10. Threads and Fasteners
11. Drawing Threads in AutoCAD
12. Assembly Drawings
13. Creating Assembly Drawings in AutoCAD
14. Pictorial Drawings
15. Creating Isometric Pictorials in AutoCAD
Appendix A: Limits and Fits
Appendix B: Threads and Fastener Tables
Appendix C: References