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AutoCAD Training Courses

at the MTTC


* Evening Hours! * New Lab! *

The University of Louisville AutoCAD Training Center and the Manufacturing Technology Transfer Center (MTTC) offer CAD classes during convenient weekday evening hours. The classes will be held at the MTTC’s new CAD lab located in the heart of the Greater Louisville Technology Park (formerly, the Naval Ordnance Station, see map on the back). Attendance will be limited, so register now! Call 502-367-2186 for additional information.


AutoCAD 3-D Modeling and Rendering
20 Hours, $495
Tuesdays and Thursdays
5:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Call for Dates

Prerequisite:

AutoCAD for the Professional: Level I or equivalent experience.

Description:

A hands-on course designed to provide experienced 2D AutoCAD users with an understanding of 3D wireframe, surface, and solid modeling, shading, and rendering features.

Content:

  • Basic 3D concepts
  • 3D lines, 3D faces, 3D polylines
  • Coordinate systems
  • 3D Viewing commands
  • Wireframe modeling
  • Surface modeling
  • Solid modeling concepts and creation
  • Shading concepts, variables
  • Rendering techniques
  • Lights, finishes, and reflectivity
  • Graphics file formats
  • Introduction to rendering concepts using AutoVision
  • Model Space and Paper Space concepts
  • Generating 2D drawings from 3D models

AutoCAD for the Professional: Level I
24 Hours, $580
 
Tuesdays and Thursdays
5:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Call for Dates
Prerequisite:
DOS or Windows experience.
Description:
This course is designed for professionals with little or no AutoCAD experience. The demonstrations consist of hands-on guidance through AutoCAD commands followed by short, self-paced exercises. During the course, students can use either DOS or Windows-based AutoCAD.

Content:

  • Understanding AutoCAD menus; general AutoCAD terminology
  • The Drawing Editor
  • All 2-dimensional drawing commands
  • Drawing setup procedures
  • Editing commands, selection sets
  • Display commands
  • Object snap
  • Drawing tools
  • Coordinate systems
  • Inquiry commands
  • Basic plotting/printing techniques
  • Introduction to Blocks, Symbols
  • Layers, colors, and linetypes
  • Basic dimensioning
  • Crosshatching
  • Basic text commands
  • Beginning Grips
  • Utility commands
  • Introduction to Model Space and Paper Space concepts

AutoCAD Release 13 Update
16 Hours $420
 
Tuesdays and Thursdays
5:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Call for Dates
 
Prerequisite:
AutoCAD for the Professional: Level I or equivalent experience.
 
Description:
This hands-on course is designed to meet the needs of experienced AutoCAD users who want to upgrade to AutoCAD Release 13. The lecture/demonstrations cover new commands, features, concepts, and modifications of AutoCAD Release 13 through version C4.

Content:

  • Multi-line text formatting, display, and spell checking
  • TrueType font support
  • Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing
  • Dimension Style enhancements
  • Hatching enhancements
  • NURBS ellipses and curves
  • TRIM, EXTEND, FILLET, CHAMFER enhancements
  • Object properties
  • Network drawing file sharing
  • Solid model geometry creation and editing
  • Xref enhancements
  • Object groups
  • Rendering enhancements
  • Drawing preview
  • Installation enhancements
  • Graphical User Interface, toolbar enhancements
  • Upward and downward file capability

AutoCAD LT for Windows 95
20 Hours, $495.00

Tuesdays and Thursdays
5:30 - 9:30 p.m. Call for Dates.
Prerequisite:
Some experience with DOS or Windows operating systems.
 
Description:
This course is designed for professionals with little or no
AutoCAD experience who want to learn to use AutoCAD LT
in the Windows environment. The demonstrations consist
of hands-on guidance through AutoCAD commands followed
by short self, self-paced exercises.
 
Content:
  • Understanding AutoCAD LT menus
  • General AutoCAD LT terminology
  • Windows and the AutoCAD LT interface
  • Utility commands
  • Drawing setup procedures
  • The Drawing Editor
  • Coordinate systems
  • 2-dimensional drawing commands
  • Object snap and drawing tools
  • Editing commands
  • Display commands
  • Zooms
  • Basic Blocks, Symbols
  • Layers, colors, and linetypes
  • Basic text commands
  • Basic dimensioning
  • Basic plotting/printing techniques
  • Introduction to model space and paper source

MAP to MTTC

M T T C
119 Rochester Drive
Louisville, KY 40218
Tel: (502) 367-2186
Fax: (502) 367-4261
Email:
[email protected]

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