Two Day Workshop on Computer Aided Drawing
Eligible Students: 1st year B.Tech (Civil & Mechanical)
Registration Fee: Rs. 250/-
Date: 17th to 18th of March, 2015
Venue: Sri Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya Seminar Hall
Organized by Training & Placements Cell
AutoCAD is a computer-aided drawing (CAD) program used for 2D and 3D design and drafting. AutoCAD is developed and marketed by Autodesk Inc., and was one of the initial CAD programs that could be executed on personal computers.
AutoCAD was initially derived from a program called ‘Interact’, which was written in a proprietary language. The first release of the software used only primitive entities such as polygons, circles, lines, arcs and text to construct complex objects. Later, it came to support custom objects through a C++ application programming interface. The modern version of the software includes a full set of tools for solid modeling and 3D. AutoCAD also supports numerous application program interfaces for automation and customization. DWG (drawing) is the native file format for AutoCAD and a basic standard for CAD data interoperability. The software has also provided support for Design Web Format (DWF), a format developed by Autodesk for publishing CAD data.
The objective of the course is to give students a broad overview of the various aspects of drawings in AutoCAD.
Certificates shall be issued to all the participants.
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