AutoCAD For Dummies, 18th Edition by Bill Fane
Requirements: PDF Reader 20.40 MB
Overview: Simple steps for creating AutoCAD drawings
AutoCAD is the ubiquitous tool used by engineers, architects, designers, and urban planners to put their ideas onpaper. It takes some AutoCAD know-how to go from a brilliant idea to a drawing that properly explains how brilliant your idea is.
AutoCAD For Dummies helps you de-mystify the handy software and put the tools in AutoCAD to use. Written by an experienced AutoCAD engineer and mechanical design instructor, it assumes no previous computer-aided drafting experience as it walks you through the basics of starting projects and drawing straight lines all the way up through 3D modeling.
• Conquer the first steps in creating an AutoCAD project
• Tackle drawing basics including straight lines and curves
• Add advanced skills including 3D drawing and modeling
• Set up a project and move into 3D
It’s true that AutoCAD is tough, but with the friendly instruction in this hands-on guide, you’ll find everything you need to start creating marvelous models-without losing your cool.
Genre: Non-Fiction – Tech & Devices
Household and Buddies in 18th Century England: Family, Kinship and Patronage by Naomi Tadmor
Necessities: .PDF reader, 1,four Mb
Overview: This e book considerations the historical past of the household in eighteenth-century England. Tadmor gives a brand new interpretation of ideas of family, household and kinship by her evaluation of up to date language (in diaries, conduct treatises, novels by Richardson and Haywood, and different sources). She emphasizes the significance of the family in setting up notions of the household, and exhibits how ties of "friendship" fashioned important social, financial and political networks. Her e book makes a considerable contribution to eighteenth-century historical past, and will likely be of worth to all historians and literary students of the interval.
Style: Non-Fiction > Historical past