AutoCAD Course

Course content

REVIT Course Outline

Introduction to Autodesk Revit
– Overview of the Interface
– Starting Projects
– Open and Review a Project
Basic Sketching and Modify Tools
– Editing Elements
– Using Sketching Tools
– Working with Modify Tools
Setting Up Levels and Grids
– Setting Up Levels & Creating Structural Grids
– Adding Columns
– Linking and Importing CAD Files
Working with Walls, Doors and Windows
– Modeling & Modifying Walls
– Inserting Doors and Windows
– Creating Additional Door and Window Sizes
Inserting Component
– Adding & Modifying Components
Working with Curtain Walls
– Creating Curtain Walls
– Working with Curtain Wall Panels
– Attaching Mullions to Curtain Grids
Working with Views
– Setting the View Display
– Duplicating Views
– Adding Callout Views
– Creating Elevations and Sections
Modeling Floors & Ceilings
– Modeling Floors & Ceilings
– Creating Shaft Openings
– Adding Ceiling Fixtures
Modeling Roofs
– Modeling Roofs
– Establishing Work Planes
– Creating Roofs by Footprint and Extrusions
Modeling Stairs, Railings, and Ramps
– Creating Component Stairs
– Working with Railings & Creating Ramps
– Modifying Component Stairs, Railings and ramps
Creating & Annotating Construction Documents
– Setting up Sheets
– Placing and Modifying Views on Sheets
– Working with Text & Dimensions & Modifying them
– Adding Detail Lines, Symbols & Legends
Adding Tags and Schedules
– Adding Rooms and Room Tags
– Working with Schedules
Creating Details
– Setting up Detail Views
– Adding Detail Components
– Annotating Details

AutoCAD Course

Understanding the AutoCAD Interface
Rotating selections (transform)
-setting up your AutoCAD environment
-saving and opening your drawings
-starting a drawing
-drawing line objects
-drawing curves
-drawing circles
-constructing and editing
-using ortho mode
-moving objects
-resizing objects
-mirroring objects
-filleting objects
-offsetting objects
-arraying objects

Hatching & Listing
defining hatch boundaries
-using hatch styles
-creating an associative hatch
-using autosnap
– drawing polylines
-calculating points
-calculating areas
-distance & angle inquiry methods
-inserting breaks
-using zoom and pan
-previous view
-dynamic view
-zooming objects
-listing objects
-exploding objects