|Tutorial: Printing a Drawing|| DataCAD has many options available for plotting or printing your drawing. This chapter will focus on printing your plan on an 8 1/2” x 11” sheet of paper.
|Tutorial: Modeling|| This chapter guides you through some of the more commonly used macros to help you complete the schoolhouse. In order to keep this exercise simple, and to help you understand a little about 3D spatial relationships, you will work in orthographic (plan) view and then use the 3DViews menu to view your work.
|Tutorial: Drawing a Schoolhouse|| In this chapter, you’ll learn how to customize both DataCAD and your drawing before you ever draw a line. Then you’ll draw the exterior and interior walls of the schoolhouse and add doors and windows to it.
|Tutorial: Adding Dimensions, Notes, Symbols, and Hatching|| This part of the tutorial covers those functions that transform a drawing into an architectural construction document. You will add text notes and arrows, dimension the drawing, add a tile hatch to the hallway, and insert plumbing symbols in the bathrooms as well as a sink in one of the countertops. Finally, you’ll draw a title block and border around the drawing.
|Modeling with 3D Polygons, Slabs, and Blocks|| DataCAD’s 3D polygons, slabs and blocks are closely related entities with a few important differences. A 3D polygon is a single entity with no thickness (unlike a 2D polygon, which is a group of lines drawn from Z-base to Z-height). Slabs, usually the most common entity in a model, are very similar to polygons, except that they have a thickness that you can specify. Blocks are simple solids with six rectangular or parallelogram-shaped faces. Because the top of a block doen’t have to lie directly over its bottom, blocks are particularly useful for modeling support members that lean to one side.
|Drawing Tools|| There are many tools in DataCAD to aid in drawing. Reference points can be set anywhere in your drawing, giving you a precise way to position new entities. Object snapping, too, can help you add entities to existing geometry quickly and accurately.
|DataCAD 12 Smart Entities Tutorial|| This tutorial introduces you to the concepts and advantages of using DataCAD’s
smart entities to create the walls, doors, and windows in your design project.
We will design a studio for an artist who specializes in oil portraits and still life
studies. He needs abundant light, a northern exposure, space to store his
supplies, a place to safely dry his finished work, and an area where clients can
pose comfortably. Basically, he needs to get away from the distractions of his
young family, but wants to be close enough to respond in an emergency. Since
cost is a major consideration, he prefers using stock material rather than custom
doors and windows as much as possible
|CADPIPE P&ID|| This tutorial is a brief introduction to CADPIPE P&ID.
We will show you a few key features and the general drawing procedure.
Because this is not an AutoCAD tutorial, you should have a basic working
knowledge of AutoCAD before you proceed.
|CADPIPE ISO|| This tutorial is a brief introduction to the power of CADPIPE ISO. We will show
you a few key features and the general drawing procedure.
|CADPIPE Industrial Pipe|| This Tutorial is a brief introduction to the power of CADPIPE 3D DESIGN. We will show
you a few key features and the general procedures for creating 3D piping designs.
This is not an AutoCAD tutorial. You must have a basic working knowledge of AutoCAD
in order to use CADPIPE and to fully benefit from this Tutorial.
|CADPIPE HVAC|| Welcome to the CADPIPE HVAC Tutorial. CADPIPE is an AutoCAD-based HVAC design and
drafting program for preparing two-dimensional and three-dimensional HVAC designs. Using CADPIPE,
you can create drawings and design HVAC systems faster and more accurately than with traditional methods.
You can customize specifications to reflect how you design and install ductwork. CADPIPE stores
your design criteria and creates drawings using your shop specifications.
|CADPIPE Electrical|| Welcome To
|CADPIPE Commercial Tutorial|| Orange Technologies, Inc., makes no warranties, either expressed or implied, with respect to this manual. Except as it may be stated expressly either in a purchase agreement or license agreement
covering the software described in this manual, Orange Technologies, Inc., makes no warranty concerning the quality, performance, merchantability, or fitness for any particular purpose. The software is sold or licensed “as is.”
|CADPIPE Commercial Pipe|| CADPIPE Commercial Pipe Tutorials
|CADPIPE 3D Electrical|| Starting from the left the toolbars are Configure, Start Run, Join To, Auto Route, Reports, Straight, Straight Cut-To-Length, Bends, Tees and Junction Box.
Getting started, select the Configure toolbar.
|Autodesk design Review Tutorials|| Autodesk design Review Tutorials
|"Learning Multiframe"|| The "Learning Multiframe" introductory training will take you through all the basics of working in Multiframe 2D, 3D and 4D:
* exploring the user interface, how to customize windows to optimize your productivity in the software
* modelling frames in the Frames window
* applying restraints
* applying point and distributed loads
* analyzing the structure