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One of the most important tools in engineering and construction is the ability to produce and manipulate 3D figures. Modelling with AutoCAD 2000, written by a leading authority in the field takes you step-by-step through the key techniques.
Topics covered in this textbook include developments in wire-frame models, surface models and solid models, and introduces the concept of multiple viewports. In addition, Modelling with AutoCAD 2000 introduces the reader to rendering and shows how such techniques can be used to produce professional drawings of high quality.
Simplifies the difficult topic of modelling and introduces renderingFrom the market-leading and respected Bob McFarlane Maximises the potential of Release 2000 and covers 3 different types of model: wire frame, surface and solid
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"An invaluable aid to a wide variety of users, from students on courses of further and higher education, to practicing engineers wishing to learn and use modelling and 3D drafting."
Engineering Designer, January 2001
"Excellent and easy to follow...good set of exercises."
Onkaparinga Institute, Australia
"...an invaluable aid to a wide variety of users...ideal for students."
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"The worked examples and tutorial exercises are aimed at students or professional designers wishing to update their skills."
Machinery Market, January 2001
Bob has been writing AutoCAD books since 1993, the first being published for AutoCAD Release 12. Outside of work, Bob's interests include Bonsai trees, stamp collecting, remote control aircraft and kite flying. At present Bob spend most of his time with his wife Helen, his children Linda and Stephen and his granddaughter Ciara.
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Book Description Butterworth-Heinemann, 2000. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110750650567