This level 3 AutoCAD 3D course builds on the Level 1 and 2 courses to teach students to use AutoCAD to create 3D drawings.
Created by industry experts, students learn by doing actual drawings with our live instructors. Students are taught many commands and tools to create drawings fast and easy. Our instructors will make sure no one is left behind.
Students will learn the fundamentals of 3D Solid Modeling. When students complete this course they will have the knowledge to create, layout, and edit three-dimensional geometry.
All courses are live instructor-led. If you have a group of employees looking for AutoCAD training, call us for customized quote. We offer great discounts and onsite training for groups of two or more.
If your goal is to learn AutoCAD from great instructors without breaking the bank this course is for you.
|100% Money Back Guarantee. If you are not happy with the course after the first class. We are the only school that offers this guarantee.||(If you are not happy with the course, you will not get a refund. They claim to have great classes but no guarantees)|
|Better Business Bureau Accredited Business.||(Not an Accredited Business. No assurance if they are a real company)|
|Ultra Fast 4/6-Core Desktops with 19'-24' monitors||(old outdated computers)|
|Autodesk Certified Instructors.||(Non Certified Instructors)|
|Taught on the latest AutoCAD software||(Old outdated versions of AutoCAD)|
|All Classes are guaranteed to run or your money back.||(Many keeps postponing classes until they have sufficient students)|
|Easy Refund Policy. Cancel before the course starts and receive a refund the same day. Reschedule at any time with our no fee rescheduling policy.||(Most companies charged a cancellation fee of up to $200 and take more than 20 days to issue refunds. Please check before you sign up)|
|Flexible Schedule (Weekday, Evening, and Weekend)||(Just Weekday classes)|
|Instructor with real world Experience.||(Instructors with no real world Experience)|
|Live instructor-led training.|
|American owned and operated company.||(Non-American company)|
|Unlimited free retakes of the course for up to one year.||(No retakes allowed)|
|Flat tuition. No extra fees for books or supplies ($80 value).||(Some providers charge for books or for using a credit card to pay)|
The courses will come with a great textbook, which is yours to keep.
You can get a 100% refund if you cancel up to 2 businesses before the start of your class. You can reschedule a class any time before the class starts.
Yes you can, as long as we have an available seat in our upcoming class. You can come back and retake the course as many times as you like for up to 1 year.
This is a live online course. You attend over the internet from you home or office.
Our tuition is much lower than other training providers because we have optimized our business processes to ensure quality training at a reasonable price. As a smaller school with lower overhead we are able to provide a great class and better value to our students. We believe that education should be affordable and not break your bank account.
We only hire the best instructors. Our instructors are all Autodesk Certified Instructors with over 10 years of experience using and teaching AutoCAD. We guarantee that you will love the instructors or your money back.
Choosing a training provider can be tough choice. We all claim to offer the best value, in terms of price, passing rates, and guarantee. The Technical Institute of America offers the lowest price, one of the best passing rate, and an excellent guarantee. As a Better Business Bureau Accredited business we can honestly say what we offer is the truth and you can verify it. It’s the reason why we offer the money back guarantee.
If unforeseen circumstances arise such as bad weather, instructor health or family problems and we have to cancel a class, we will offer all students a 100% refund or reschedule to another class.
Yes we offer the most flexible schedule of all training centers. If you miss one or more of your classes you can attend a weekend, evening, or weekday class to make up your class.
Lesson 1 – Explaining the varioustechniques of working in 3D
Overview of the different types of 3Dmodeling.
Lesson 2 – Creating 3D Solid Models
Creating Solid Primitives
Creating Complex Solid objects using Extrude, Press Pull, Revolve, and Sweep
Creating Compound Solids using: Union and Subtract commands.
Lesson 3 – Editing Solid Models
Using the “Gizmo” to move or rotate an existing solid
Working with the Offset Face command.
Using the Move and Copy Face commands.
Creating thin walled parts by using the Shell Command.
Lesson 4 – Visualization Tools
Panning, Zooming, and Orbiting in 3D environment.
Using the ViewCube to establish various views of the 3D Model.
Working with Visual Styles
Lesson 5 – Creating 2D drawings from3D models
Using the Flatshot command to create a standard 2D obj from a 3D Model.
Creating Sections from a 3D Model.
How to edit and update Sections and Flatshots.
Converting Solids into 2D geometry.
Lesson 6 – Creating Surfaces
Creating Primitive Surfaces
Creating complex surfaces
Creating Compound surfaces
Lesson 7 – Working with Mesh objects
Theconcept of Mesh objects.
CreatingMesh Primitive objects.
Editing Mesh Objects.
Converting Mesh Objects into Solid Objects.
Lesson 8 – Other Editing tools for 3Dobjects
Aligning 3D solids with the Align Command
Using the 3D Mirror Command
Working with the 3D Rotate Command
Lesson 9 – Working on different planesusing the Coordinate System Tools
Understanding Coordinate Systems and how they work within AutoCAD.
Creating Coordinate Systems
Working with the Dynamic User Coordinate System (DUCS)
Lesson 10 - Adding Cameras to yourdrawing to create perspective views
The Camera Command
Placing and Adjusting Camera location and properties.
Lesson 11 – Adding real world Lightingto your drawing
Adding Lights to the drawing
Understanding the Light Manager Dialog box.
Modifying Light properties
Working with the various kinds of lighting in AutoCAD.
Lesson 12 – Applying Materials to 3DSolid Models
Working with the Materials Library
Adding Materials to objects
Creating Custom Materials
Lesson 13 – Rendering the drawing
Rendering Command and its settings
Adjusting renderings appearance
The Sun angle and its settings
Adjusting Lighting and Materials for more realistic renderings.
Saving renderings under different file formats to insert into other programs.
"A very good class. I absolutely came away feeling comfortable with the program."Helena
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