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Best AutoCAD Training

Posted 12/9/2015


Every one may be looking or searching for the best institute for auto cad training. But the thing is that where is such best autocad institute in Patna or other cities of India. 

I think who follows the complete syllabus of cad and complete this practical based training on time is the best institute of autocad or other cad software training center.

GenCor Cad Center promises you to complete your training in your required time. AutoCAD course can be completed in One month or even less time than this. How it is possible? Yes it is possible because of maximum time of every session of class provided to you. Normally every batch is given one and half hour per day but if every batch time is done doubled i.e. three hour or four hour per day, then this can be completed within month too.


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Top AutoCAD Traning

Posted 12/7/2015

Searching Institute for AutoCAD Training? 

If you are searching computer institute for summer and winter training in autocad this college break then Patna is the best place for getting such training. Patna being educational hub in India provides all top technology training for B Tech, BE students all over India. Patna is famous place in India for Educational training for all type of CAD, JAVA, Dot Net, C & C++ Software programming training.

There are lots of computer institutes providing such software training. GenCor is one of the best computer training institutes in India. GenCor Patna Branch offers various technology training for engineering students. You can get course on CAD, Software, Networking, Designing etc.

 

For training in GenCor you can get registered yourself for your required batch either online or by visiting the center too. Registration fee of AutoCAD is included with your course fee. 

 

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Layout Setting in AutoCAD

Posted 9/4/2015

Topics covered in this Lesson:

Printing via layouts (aka Paper Space) | Viewports


You print out your project using 'model space'. This lesson will show you the preferred way of plotting your drawings. In AutoCAD there are two different workspaces: model space and Layout / Paper Space. For now think of model space where you make your model, or draw. Think of the Layout Tabs as where you print your drawing from, or layout the final drawing complete with dimensions, notes, title block, etc. Look at the images below to see a visual explanation of the concept.

Note about the terminology in this Lesson:
After AutoCAD R14, the term "Paper Space" was replaced by "Layout". These terms are interchangeable. The release of AutoCAD 2000 brought other enhancements to this functionality. You can now have multiple layouts, you can name them, you can re-sequence them and more. I'm going to use the term paper space as I feel it explains the process better. And I'm old.

What is a Layout?
A layout is a page that allows you to set up a plot or printout of your drawing. Below is a sample of what a layout looks like (a really simple one).


layout 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The floor plan and dimensions (above) were created in MODEL SPACE at a 1:1 scale. The walls were drawn to be 30' or more long.

The title block and viewport were created in a LAYOUT TAB / PAPER SPACE at a 1:1 scale. The title block is 8-1/2 x 11 inches.

The viewport is a window into "model space". In the image below, the the viewport is the black rectangle and the contents of the viewport are displayed inside it. The contents of the viewport are scaled to either fit the viewport or (preferably) to conform to a specific drafting scale (i.e.: 1"=1')

Below is a visual representation of a layout for a print to be plotted from a Layout tab.

Layout

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This conceptual image shows the relationship between model space and a Layout.

Think of paper space as being 'above' model space. To see through 'into' model space, you have to create a viewport (Make Viewport MV command). Think of a viewport as a window.

As soon as you create the viewport, the window is closed and the extents of your drawing are displayed. You can see through it, but you can not 'touch' anything in model space.

To have access to your objects in model space from paper space, you have to enter the viewport by typing MS <ENTER>. This 'opens the window' for access. Type in PS <ENTER> to 'close the window'. 

You may be wondering why you shouldn't just plot from model space. You can and many people do, but the advantage of plotting from paper space is that you can have many layouts from one drawing. You can even add detail views without having to copy and scale your geometry. This feature was radically changed in AutoCAD 2000 and is much more versatile. You now have multiple tabs to organize your plots (or 'sheets'). As a rule, unless you're working for a behind-the-times company with a confused CAD Manager, use Layouts.

To toggle between the two spaces, you can pick on one of the layout tabs and back to the Model tab. You can also enter the 

commandTILEMODE and set it to 0 for paper space and 1 for model space. When you do this, you will notice that the UCS icon in the bottom left corner changed to a triangular icon. This new icon confirms that you are paper space.

Model Space (UCS) >>

 

Layout Tab (Paper Space)>>

 

When you are in paper space you can draw or insert a title block. In paper space you are still drawing at a 1:1 scale.

The floor plan and dimensions (above) were created in MODEL SPACE at a 1:1 scale. The walls were drawn to be 30' or more long.

The title block and viewport were created in a LAYOUT TAB / PAPER SPACE at a 1:1 scale. The title block is 8-1/2 x 11 inches.

The viewport is a window into "model space". In the image below, the the viewport is the black rectangle and the contents of the viewport are displayed inside it. The contents of the viewport are scaled to either fit the viewport or (preferably) to conform to a specific drafting scale (i.e.: 1"=1')

Below is a visual representation of a layout for a print to be plotted from a Layout tab.

 

Start this exercise by drawing a simple title block like the one above in the tab called Layout 1. Make sure you draw it at 1:1 scale. Start with an 8-1/2"x11" rectangle and make sure it overlaps the edge of the 'virtual' sheet you see. Offset it 1/4" inside (erase the outer one). Make a couple of small rectangles for the text and add some text as shown in the sample above. This ensures that all of your title block will be printed as many printers do not print to the edge of the paper.
Once your title block is drawn, you can create a floating viewport  . This is a 'window' into your model space. To create a viewport, type in MV (for Make Viewport) and then pick two points just as if you are drawing a rectangle. Use as much of your title block as possible.

As soon as your viewport is created, you will see all that you have drawn in model space appear to the extents of the viewport. The next thing you need to do is to scale your viewport for accurate plotting.

To do this, you have to 'enter' your viewport. Do this by either typing MS (for model space) or clicking on the square labeled PAPER (it will switch to Model) on the status bar. In newer versions of AutoCAD like 2005 you can also double-click in the viewport. You will notice that the familiar WCS icon appears in the bottom left corner of the viewport. If you have more than one viewport on the screen, left-click in the one that you want to scale or type CTRL+R to toggle through them to the one you want. To scale a viewport, you just use the ZOOM command. Type in Z <ENTER>

At the command prompt, you must tell AutoCAD what scale you want the viewport to be. This coincides with the scale that you will plot at.

PLOT SCALE

ENTER:

¼" = 1'

1/48XP

¾" = 1'

3/48XP

½" = 1'

1/24XP

 

The table above gives you some sample scales. Take ¼" = 1' for example. First remember that 1'=12". If you cross-multiply the 12 by the 4, you get 48. Therefore this scale will be at a 1:48 scale (ratio), or in other terms, your model will be 1/48th the size of real life on paper. To get AutoCAD to scale the viewport, you must type in Z <ENTER>, 1/48XP <ENTER>. This means 1/48th times (X) in relation to paper space (P).

Figuring out what scale you require takes some calculation (unless you are told which scale to use). You can see what your extents in model space are and then see what your viewport size is. You can also use trial and error to see what fits in your viewport. This can sometimes be quicker than calculating.

To sum this up, here are the basic steps required for using paper space layouts:

  1. Finish your drawing (with dimensions) in model space.
  2. Change to paper space. TILEMODE to 0 or click on the Layout tab
  3. Add a title block.
  4. Create a viewport using the MVIEW (MV) command.
  5. Enter your viewport by typing MS (or double-click in the viewport)
  6. Zoom in using a specific ratio by typing in Z <ENTER> ___/___XP <ENTER>
  7. Leave your viewport by typing PS and return to paper space.

One thing that is very important to remember is that you should use paper space only for plotting. Do not modify your model in paper space. One reason for this is that you could have layers turned off in your viewport that are related to the objects you are modifying in the viewport. Return to true model space for any editing that you need to do. Also, do not draw objects on the Layout screen that is part of the drawing.

Change to paper space. Draw or insert a title block.  If you do not have one, you can find a good 11x17 (B size) title block in your AutoCAD support folder (filename: ANSI_B.DWG). Maybe you drew one in this tutorial? Insert this and then create a viewport. Enter your viewport and scale as explained above. Return to paper space and print using the settings, EXTENTS / SCALE: 1=1.

Alternately, when you have a viewport active, you will see a list of scale options at the bottom of the screen to define the scale. Select the viewport, and then select the scale from menu:

layout 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rotating your view in a Layout

There are sometimes when the view that you need in a layout is not orientated the way that you want it. for example, elevation drawings are often drawn in place and projected from the original drawing like this:

layout 4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is fine for model space, but it's not how you want to present it in your printouts. Luckily for you, AutoCAD has an easy way of fixing this.

Download the file Floorplan-with-elevation.dwg and open it up in AutoCAD. It should look just like the image above.

Go into a Layout tab and create a new viewport or use the one that is there. Double-click to enter the viewport and type in DVIEW. This will give you the prompt to select the objects. You can select all of the elevation objects, (or just select a few if you have a slower computer.)

Command: DVIEW <ENTER>

Select objects or <use DVIEWBLOCK>: <SELECT THE ELEVATION OBJECTS> Specify opposite corner: 5 found

Select objects or <use DVIEWBLOCK>:<ENTER>

Now that you have your objects selected, you will see quite few options, but we're only interested in one right now. Type TW for TWist.

Enter option
[CAmera/TArget/Distance/POints/PAn/Zoom/TWist/CLip/Hide/Off/Undo]:
 TW

Now now enter the 'twist' angle that you need (think of this as the rotation angle).

Specify view twist angle <0.00>: 90 <ENTER>

Enter option
[CAmera/TArget/Distance/POints/PAn/Zoom/TWist/CLip/Hide/Off/Undo]:
 <ENTER>
Regenerating model.

Now that you have completed the DVIEW command, your elevation should be at the correct viewing angle. If you have other drawings, you will need to enter different angles depending upon their original rotation. Now you can freeze the unneeded layers in the viewport. Also check in model to space to find that you have not changed anything there.

The DVIEW command is also a lot in 3D work to obtain perspective and natural views.

Top 10 Viewport Tips:

  1. You can create new layout tabs by right-clicking on an existing tabs and choosing New Layout.
  2. You can rename a tab by right-clicking and choosing rename.
  3. You can create viewports of various shapes by creating the object and then using the MV command with the Object option.
  4. You can also choose to dimension in the Layout. This can be very convenient in AutoCAD 2005. Your dimscale is 1 and all your dimensions are consistent. Try this out on a sample drawing. AutoCAD will scale the dimension to size of the object in the viewport. But you will need to change the DIMLFAC variable first. For example, if your viewport is 3/16 - change it (16/3)X12 - or 64 if you are using imperial measurements.
  5. You can resize viewports with regular modifying commands and grips.
  6. Put viewports on the layer called DEFPOINTS (created by dimensions) and they won't plot or put them on a separate layer with the plot option turned off.
  7. To quickly find the zoom factor of your viewport, use the LIST command on it.
  8. You can lock and unlock viewports by using the MV > L option.
  9. You can freeze (turn off) layers in any viewport. (See below)
  10. You can now have your viewports plot for 3D drawings as wireframe, hidden line and rendered views when you plot - this is great! (See below)

 

 

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To turn layers off in a viewport, you need to be on a Layout Tab and in Model Space of a viewport. In the viewport, then move your cursor to the layer droplist and select the layer you want off and hit the "Freeze in Viewport" icon (in red box) for that layer, then click on the drawing area. You can also do this directly from the Layers Dialog.

 

To reverse this, use the same process which will “Thaw” the layer in that viewport?

Review: The ability to use viewports successfully leads to well organized drawings and print sets. From there, you can put together sheet sets for distributing to other people. When it comes to plotting 3D drawings, Layouts are essential to capture the views you need and put them on paper. It may take some time to master the concept and procedures, but the results will be well worth it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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AutoCAD Electrical CAD software

Posted 8/5/2015

Autodesk AutoCAD Electrical

Summary:

AutoCAD Electrical CAD software, part of the Digital Prototyping solution, is AutoCAD for electrical design. It includes all the functionality of familiar AutoCAD software plus a complete set of electrical CAD features, including comprehensive symbol libraries and effective tools for automating electrical design tasks

Why AutoCAD Electrical?

Autocad Electrical is part of Autocad which comes with all electrical standard libraries, symbols which helps electrical engineer to design and document electrical drawings..

GenCor CADD  provides a wide range of courses to help you master in Autocad Electrical that has some of the following core capabilities:

After completion of the course:

  •  Capable of Circuit design and using symbol libraries
  •  Generate PLC layout modules, insert PLC modules, and organize PLC database files
  •  Automatic report generation
  •  Capable to do wire numbering and component tagging in circuits design
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AutoCAD Civil 3D civil engineeering design

Posted 8/5/2015

Civil 3D

Summary:

AutoCAD Civil 3D civil engineeering design software is a civil design and documentation solution that supports Building Information Modelling (BIM) workflows. Using AutoCAD Civil 3D, infrastructure professionals can better understand project performance, maintain more consistent data and processes and respond faster to change.

Why Autocad Civil 3D ?

Better Manage individual and team processes. Deliver more complete documents and higher-quality designs. Most importantly, win more business with clear and complete presentations.

Learning Outcome:

GenCor provides a wide range of courses to help you master AutoCAD Civil 3D that has some of the following core capabilities:

  • Efficiently use tool for civil design like road design
  • Expertise in civil documentation and drafting
  • Expertise with surfaces, alignments, assemblies and subassemblies. This allows civil engineers to plan out design elements using a variety of different tools and techniques for drawing
  • Expertise in work with pipe networks, storm sewers, parking lots and other man-made elements.

 

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AutoCAD Training for Designing and Drafting

Posted 8/5/2015

Autodesk AutoCAD

Summary:

AutoCAD is a commercial software application for 2D and 3D computer-aided design (CAD) and drafting available since 1982 as a desktop application and since 2010 as a mobile web and cloud based app marketed as AutoCAD 360.

Autocad is powerful Drafting tool used by Mechanical, Civil, Electrical and architects to create drawings as per there standard.

Why AutoCAD?

AutoCAD is a computer-aided drafting software program used for creating blueprints for buildings, bridges and computer chips. AutoCAD is used mainly by drafters, although engineers, surveyors and architects may need to use the software from time to time.

Learning Outcome:

GenCor provides a wide range of courses to help you master in Autocad that has some of the following core capabilities:

After completion of the course:

  •  Creating and editing drawing as per engineering standard
  •  Creating Templates drawing files
  •  Crating annotation standard
  •  Efficiently using Blocks, layers and object properties
  •  Efficiently working with model space and layout space and managing with view ports
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civil autocad industrial training institute

Posted 7/8/2015

Are you searching for  autocad training centre  for civil engineering in patna or other locations ? Then you can visit Autocad Center Patna located in Rajendra Nagar, Patna Bihar. 

 

Civil drawing includes building lay outs, planing and ploting. A student from  diffrent B tech college in India can opt to learn Autocad for better prospective of their jobs. A B tech student with knowledge on CAD Softwre like AutoCAD, Revit, Stadpro has higer job then a student without konowledge of all this. Civil AutoCAD Indudtrial Training institute provides such type of CAD Software training.  

  

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Summer Training on AutoCAD Mechanical Engineering Graduates

Posted 6/21/2015

4/6 WEEKS INDUSTRIAL TRAINING IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Mechanical Engineering, Automobile and Production, some of the oldest disciplines, have in the recent times seen a huge surge in market demand. As the obsession for motor vehicles and automated machinery strikingly increases, so does the importance of our project-based 6 months industrial training in Automobile & Mechanical Engineering. Unlike regular academic engineering programs, our trainings are project-oriented. Students work on live projects, build actual engineering models, solve problems real-time, and receive complete expert guidance. This means that completion of the training makes them fit for the industry.

 

The six weeks mechanical training courses are conducted in conjunction with under- and post-graduate studies, which means students work towards academic endeavors and practical exposure simultaneously. By the time candidates are degree holders, they are also job-ready. An important part of Mechanical, Automobile and Production domains lies in designing. Much before sites are actually constructed; and long before vehicles are physically built, the design of planned structures plays a vital role.

 

GENCOR INFO EDGE

(GENCOR LEARNING SOLUTIONS (P) LTD.)

LAKHESHWARI SHADAN, ROAD NO - 3, RAJENDRA NAGAR, 

PATNA, INDIA - 800016

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To Search AutoCAD Training Institute in Patna Bihar

Posted 6/18/2015

Dear Reader, 

 

      If you’re looking for the best or top AutoCAD training institute in this summer vacation for four week or six week summer industrial training then, you must visit AutoCAD center in Patna by GenCor info edge. So friends. GenCor info edge is a single place for all your learning needs on drafting and designing. 

 

    There are so many streams like civil cad, mechanical cad, electrical cad, architectural cad. AutoCAD software has been designed for all needs in one place.

 

   However there are many specialized software by Autodesk too for designing and drawings. But AutoCAD software is the basic and foremost important to learn for any B Tech students. 

 

   A GenCor student is awarded a training completion later and certificate of completion on sucessesfull completion of their training by GenCor learning Solutions (P) ltd.

Address of AutoCAD Training and Certification in Patna Bihar, India

 

GenCor Learning Solutions (P) Ltd.

Road3, Rajendra Nagar,

Patna, Bihar

India 800016

 

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best institute for AutoCAD Training in Patna

Posted 6/3/2015

AutoCAD Training

Duration: 

1.5 Months

 

AutoCAD is a computer software which is mainly used in civil, mechanical, electrical and architecture trade. Architects, interior designers and other engineer's take help of this software to draw 2D & 3D drawings or models. The term AutoCAD Drafters is commonly used for professionals who use AutoCAD software. Our institute is offering training in advanced AutoCAD Course for all the candidates who are willing to create advanced drafting and elevations using AutoCAD's 2D & 3D capabilities.

Prerequisites to Join AutoCAD Course

Our institute recommends the knowledge of basic dimensions of the related product or knowledge of related industry terminologies. If you have done any designing software earlier would be an added advantage for the training in AutoCAD Course.

Why AutoCAD Institute is best for AutoCAD Training in Delhi?

Finding a best institute for AutoCAD Training in Patna is very tough as there are many AutoCAD institutes who make fake promises. GenCor  is the only AutoCAD training Institute in Patna which offers highly proficient and technical training in AutoCAD. This 1.5 months specialized course will make our students AutoCAD expert. Students will learn how to set up, create, and edit 2D drawings with the use of AutoCAD application and after becoming proficient with the basic techniques for creating and navigating a technical drawing; our mentor will disclose 3D capabilities of AutoCAD application.

Students will learn advance features and techniques like accurate drawing setup techniques, geometry creation, editing functions, display, printing and plotting techniques etc in AutoCAD Course.

Training Mode: 

  • Regular
  • Fast-Track
  • Weekends (Sat/Sun)
  • Only Sundays
  • Online
  • Others

How to Apply: 

If you require any further information regarding our advanced AutoCAD Course please contact our AutoCAD training admission team.

What You Study: 

Part- 1. AutoCAD (2D)

  • Interface of AutoCAD
  • Creating Basic Geometry
  • Drafting Settings in AutoCAD
  • Snapping to Coordinates
  • Important Drawing Fundamentals for AutoCAD
  • Using Specialized Drawing Commands of AutoCAD
  • AutoCAD Object Properties
  • Making Primary Modifications in AutoCAD
  • Creating Text in AutoCAD
  • AutoCAD's Dimensioning
  • Utility and Inquiry Tools
  • Layers and Layouts of AutoCAD
  • Managing Blocks and References in AutoCAD
  • Annotations & Annotative Objects
  • Designing Attributes and Storing Attribute Data
  • Extracting Linking and Presenting Data in Tables
  • External References
  • Adding Callouts in AutoCAD
  • Checking Your Skills
  • Linking to Other Drawings
  • Incorporating Images
  • Plotting & Printing Drawings
  • Properly Sizing Annotations on Printed Drawings
  • Sharing Data with Others

Part- 2. AutoCAD (3D)

  • Introduction to 3D
  • Isometric Views
  • Thickness
  • Elevation in AutoCAD
  • 3D Views, Orbit
  • Changing View Ports
  • Visual Styles in AutoCAD
  • Solid Primitives
  • 3D Basics, 3D Operation
  • Modifying Solid Editing
  • Creating 3D Object in AutoCAD
  • Modifying 3D Mesh Objects
  • Working with Surface Objects
  • Modifying 3D Objects in AutoCAD
  • Material & Mapping
  • Lights & Camera in AutoCAD
  • Motion Path Animation
  • Rendering
  • Export & Import 3D Drawing

Projects in AutoCAD after the Training of AutoCAD

Depends on the orientation of the program in which you have applied in our institute. As we have explained earlier that AutoCAD is being used by many professionals for various purposes. So, the possible projects can be conduct by us in AutoCAD are: Plan for a building, Multi-story plan, 3D Elevations etc.

Minimum System Requirements for AutoCAD Training

As per the guidance from our institute's AutoCAD professionals your computer system should have at least one CD drive or Pen Drive port and a hard disk with 2GB or more of free space for the AutoCAD program files without which theAutoCAD training will be difficult. Make sure your resolution is set to 1024x768, higher your screen resolution, the more details you will be able to see in your drawings. Graphics card for 3D drawings is also recommended.

Why Join Us?: 

Because we provide highly professional training in AutoCAD Course. Come and join our free of cost demo to feel the difference.(*After Registration Only).

 

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