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AutoCAD 2010: Basic 2D Concepts

A suite of video tutorials to get you started with AutoCAD 2010.

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Learning Revit MEP 2013

These Learning Revit MEP 2013 Tutorials break even the most complex subjects down into easy to follow segments, following along is simple.

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Setting up a PostScript Plotter

How to set up a PostScript Plotter.

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AutoCAD to Bryce

This tutorial takes a step-by-step approach to moving your AutoCAD 3D models into Bryce, applying materials and creating a setting.

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Selection Methods

Keeping track of and selecting objects in a scene is a crucial part of 3D modelling. Develop a good strategy for naming, selecting, grouping and displaying objects before embarking on a project. This tutorial shows you the way.

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The Interface

This tutorial gives a brief explanation of the MAX interface items commonly used and introduces you to the important areas of the interface.

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Learning Revit Architecture 2013

Revit is fast becoming the standard for Building Information Modelling (BIM). In this series of videos, Jay Polding takes you through the basics and gets you up and running fast.

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Site Layout Exercise 1

This exercise is designed to help you test out your basic AutoCAD skills. You'll need an understanding of the Draw and Modify tools and how to use co-ordinates.

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User Co-ordinate Systems

This tutorial describes what UCSs are, why we need them and how to use them. The correct use of UCSs with AutoCAD is the key to producing good 3D models and they can also help with 2D work.

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Stage 3: Create Surfaces

Production of seamless surfaces for roads, pavements, grassed areas and planting beds is probably the most important stage in the creation of a 3D landscape scene. This tutorial shows you how.

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AutoCAD 2010: 3D Mirror

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This tutorial introduces the 3D Mirror tool. This is similar to the normal 2D Mirror tool but it enables you to define a mirror about and plane in 3D space and there are a number of command line options to help you define that plane. Running time: 3min 17sec

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