This intermediate-to-advanced hands-on lab offers AutoCAD 3D software veterans a chance to explore the 2D model documentation of 3D models from AutoCAD 2017 software. After creating base views and projected views from 3D solid or surface models, we’ll explore sectional views. Using 3D models, we will create full, half, offset, and aligned sectional drawing views. We will create circular and rectangular detail views. We will explore editing techniques of the 3D models and update the derived drawing views. We will also explore undocumented Auxiliary View features. If you used AutoCAD 3D software in the past to create 2D multiview drawings from 3D models, attend this class and get ready to be surprised. This session features AutoCAD, AutoCAD 360, and AutoCAD Mechanical.
- Learn how to create drawing views of AutoCAD 3D models for drawing 2D sections and details
- Learn how to create drawing views of AutoCAD 3D models for drawing 2D details
- Learn how to edit 3D models and their 2D associated drawing views
- Learn how to create undocumented Auxiliary Views from AutoCAD 3D models
J. C. Malitzke is president of Digital JC CAD Services, and he is the former chair of the Computer Integrated Technologies department and a faculty member at Moraine Valley Community College in the greater Chicago area. He also managed and taught for the college’s Autodesk Authorized Training Center (ATC). He has been using and teaching products from Autodesk, Inc., since 1985. Malitzke is co-author of AutoCAD and Its Applications Advanced (Goodheart-Willcox). He is the recipient of several educator awards, including Professor of the Year, the Illinois Trustee Association's Faculty Member of the Year award, a multi ATC instructors award, and a Top Presenter award at Autodesk University. Malitzke is a Certified Autodesk Instructor/Professional for AutoCAD software and Inventor software. This will be his 21st year teaching or presenting at Autodesk University. He holds a BS degree in education and an MS in industrial technology from Illinois State University. Contact Malitzke at: email@example.com.