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Looking for a full-featured CAD program that runs on your Mac? Meet AutoCAD for Mac, the world's leading CAD application that runs natively on Apple computers. In this course, Jim LaPier focuses on the basics of AutoCAD for Mac, including the interface, file management, and toolset. He shows you how to create and modify 2D geometry, work with layers, add dimensions and annotations, and plot your drawings. The course also touches on the basics of 3D modeling in AutoCAD for Mac.
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Hi i'm Jim LaPier. Welcome to up and running with AutoCAD for MAC. This course will go over all the basic features, and techniques for AutoCAD for Mac, so you can hit the ground running. We'll begin with exploring the interface components, and look at some file management techniques. Then we'll move on to creating geometry, and then modifying that geometry to suit our needs. We'll explore the layering system, create some layouts to leverage our geometry, add dimensions and annotations, and eventually plot our drawings.
Finally, we'll run through some basics of 3D and AutoCAD for Mac. Whether you are a seasoned AutoCAD user looking at switching, or a novice drafter looking for drafting software, this course will have you up and running with AutoCAD for Mac in just a few short hours. So let's get started.
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