Engineering graphics is the process of defining an object graphically before it is
constructed and used by consumers. Previously, this process for producing a drawing
involved the use of drawing aids such as pencils, ink pens, triangles, T-squares, and so
forth to place an idea on paper before making changes and producing blue-line prints
for distribution. The basic principles and concepts of producing engineering drawings
have not changed, even when the computer is used as a tool.
AUTOCAD 2010 TUTOR FOR ENGINEERING GRAPHICS is a classic reference work featuring self-paced tutorials that lead both students and engineering graphic professionals from simple one-view engineering drawings to geometric constructions, multiview projections, section and auxiliary views, 3D solid modeling, and photorealistic rendering. Tutorials utilize a step-by-step approach, following traditional engineering drawing techniques and methods while teaching users how to take full advantage of AutoCAD 2010 to achieve professional results.