Wednesday, March 24, 2010

AutoCAD 2010 training video

Looking for great AutoCAD training for yourself or your users? No previous AutoCAD knowledge and experience needed.

AutoCAD 2010 training videoIn this video training, expert author Brian Benton takes you through the fundamentals of AutoCAD 2010 and gives you the tools you need to be on your way to becoming an fully functioning AutoCAD user. Starting with the basics of installation, Brian quickly teaches you the basics, and then dives right into applying them, with a chapter project that reviews everything you have learned in each section. Using a hands on approach, Brian allows you to more quickly learn how to apply the material, increasing your retention and understanding of AutoCAD 2010. By the completion of this over 9.5 hour tutorial, you will be familiar and comfortable with AutoCAD, and capable of drawing, decorating and annotating an AutoCAD project. Also included are work files to allow you to work along side the author, and further understand what he is showing you, step by step. The training consists of 97 mini-lessons. The video is available as download or DVD.

Brian Benton has done a great work putting together this educational material. Check out Brian Benton’s blog CAD-a-Blog as well.

But what if you want to learn older versions like AutoCAD 2009 or newer like soon to be released AutoCAD 2011. Don’t worry you will find good use of this training anyway.

Here are the main chapters of the AutoCAD 2010 Fundamentals Video:

  • Getting Started
  • Interfacing With AutoCAD
  • Basic Operations
  • Drawing & Drafting Tools
  • Editing Tools
  • Utilities: Tools To Know What's Going On
  • Precision Tools: Tricks To Help You Draw Accurately
  • AutoCAD: Using Layers
  • Annotations
  • Blocks
  • Model Space And Paper Space
  • Plot & Publish
  • Final Project
  • About The Author

If you would be interested in doing a similar training video about Revit please contact me and I can get you in contact with the video producers.

This is an affiliated ad blog post but I do recommend this product. I try to avoid random ads like Google ads that I cannot stand behind and control.

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