AutoCAD Workbook for Architects and Engineers

AutoCAD Workbook for Architects and Engineers

AutoCAD Workbook for Architects and Engineers

The exercises in this book went through many years ofstudent testing both at Mohawk
College and at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Since the student
edition appeared in January 1993,there have been many positive suggestions and much
constructive criticism. I would like to thank all my students over the past 27 years of

teaching CAD for working with me on the development ofnew proj ects, and for proof-
ing tutorials and exercises.

I would like to thank Brian McKibbin, Diego Gomez, and Trevor Garwood Jones for
their generosity in letting me use their architectural designs to provide students with
up-to-date architectural work. I would also like to thank Robert Deeks and Henry

Brink for their help in updating the mechanical engineering examples, and Ken Mer-
cer for checking the accuracy ofthe wood-related drawings.

Finally I would like to thankCatriona Dixon and Madeleine Metcalfe from Blackwell
Publishing for their efforts in polishing this text.

AutoCAD is a very popular, flexible software system that allows the user to create
both 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional models and drawings. This book offers a series
ofexercises to help you learn the 2D drawing techniques ofAutoCAD. Most ofthe 2D
commands in Releases 2006, 2007 and 2008 have not changed since Release 2000i.
These exercises can be used on all releases from 2000i through 2008.
For those who are familiar with computers, learning AutoCAD will be easy, simply
because you are aware ofthe typical response structure and the format ofyoursystem.

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