- Difference between CAD and CADE (Electrical CAD):-
Explains the basic advantages of AutoCAD electric over normal CAD.
- Different types of cables and cable layers:-
This session is the first step for an electrical engineer to enter ACADE.
- Insert components from the CAD library:-
You must know the function to set the scale of the component and the angle of rotation.
- Source and target arrows:-
This is one of the most useful features in AutoCAD Electrical that allows you to easily cross reference wires (from and to).
- Creating intelligent title blocks with ladder cross references:-
Many times people do manual editing on each title block individually and with the deep understanding on the "title block" function within ACADE you can make changes on all sheets at once.
- Cross-referencing components and source target arrows:-
In electrical circuits we use parent and child components (e.g. the coil and contacts of a relay) in different parts of a project. To study and read a circuit it is always necessary to track the location of all parts of a component. This automatic cross-referencing is another great advantage of ACADE.
- Project manager functions:-
Managing a project properly is as important as creating a set of drawings. This skill makes you a perfect professional design engineer.
- How to create new symbols and user circuits:-
The more you use ACADE, the more components and circuits you will need that are not in the standard CAD library. By creating new standard user circuits and symbols you will become a master of this art.
- NEMA and IEC electrical circuitry:-
These are the two main standards commonly used to design electrical circuits. In this session we will use both standards to design the same circuit and notice the difference.
Finally we will do a sample project covering the single line diagram, panel layout, cable tray layout, room layout, schematic (wiring) diagram, and bill of material generation.
In this Revit Architecture 2015 training course, expert author Brian Myers introduces you to the powerful tools and features available in the latest version of Autodesk. This course is designed for the absolute beginner, which means no previous experience with Revit is required.
You will start with a tour of the user interface, familiarizing yourself with Revit's tools and their location. You will then move on to learn about column grids, wall options and types, and doors and windows.
Brian will teach you about the different views, and how to draw and modify floors, ceilings, roofs, and stairs. You will also learn how to load and place a sink, decorate with topography, and work on rooms.
This video tutorial will teach you about rendering, graphics, detail components and various modification tools. Finally, you will learn how to print and export to CAD, as well as how to link CAD and Revit files.
Once you have completed this video training course, you will have acquired the knowledge necessary to create your own Revit models using the tools and techniques available in this software program. Working files are included that will allow you to follow the author throughout the lessons.
Starting from design sketches, this course covers 3D sculpture and modeling of a product design concept in ZBrush. Discover the techniques and workflows that can help you design efficiently. Then, discover how to make ZBrush 3D models to KeyShot, where you can make photorealistic renderings for presentation purposes. Learn the steps and processes for setting up materials, using shaders and lights, and configuring useful rendering settings. Get all Zbrush and keyshot design for free
Build your 3D modeling skills by mastering the basic of SketchUp online Course. In this SketchUp online course, you can get up to speed with this easy-to-use computer modeling application, gaining a fundamental understanding of the drawing and design tools offered by the 2020 version of SketchUp. In addition, learn how to apply simple styles and animations to make your 3D projects more polished and presentable. Throughout this SketchUp online course, the author offers you the opportunity to practice what you have learned
1. The SketchUp Interface
2. Manipulate Objects
3. Drawing in SketchUp
4. Modeling from a Floor Plan Image
7. Document and Stylize
This course will teach you the some important tools and modeling techniques to design efficiently in SOLIDWORKS, the world's leading CAD software for product design and development. We use the simple but effective "why, what, how" teaching method, with the ultimate goal of creating ready-to-manufacture parts and assemblies.
Author shows how to create more complex geometry with sweeps, lofts and cuts. Then we move on to lessons that cover the modification tools like Fillet, Chamfer, Draft and Shell. We then combine the parts into sets and create a moving set from parts and sub-assemblies. Finally, we create accurately annotated drawings ready for delivery to a manufacturer
- Creating your first part in 3D
- Creating Sketches
- Modeling with the characteristics of Extrusion and Revolution
- Applying materials, colors and backgrounds
- Drawing basic shapes and polygons
- Creating the compensation geometry
- Moving, copying and rotating elements
- Working with planes, axes and the coordinate system
- Creating smooth, angled corners with fillets and chamfers
- Advanced part modeling with Loft and Sweep features
- Using the Wizard of the Hole
- Designing with blocks
- Build assemblies and subassemblies
- The mating parts
- Using design tables
- Adding parts and assemblies to drawings
- Adding dimensional annotations to a drawing