3D Modeling in Autocad : Creating and Using 3d Models in 2000, 2001, and 2002 (Cadence Master's Series) (2 PAP/CDR)

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3D Modeling in Autocad : Creating and Using 3d Models in 2000, 2001, and 2002 (Cadence Master's Series) (2 PAP/CDR)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 556 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9781578200917
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* For AutoCAD 2004, 2002, and 2000 users Take your AutoCAD skills to the next level -- master its 3D modeling capabilities. Using the same 2D commands and tools you are accustomed to drafting with, you can actually construct the object you are designing.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            xi
Introduction xiii
What's in This Book xiii
What's on the CD-ROM xv
Section 1 Working with Wireframe Models in 3D 1 (136)
Space
The World Coordinate System and 3D Space 3 (26)
AutoCAD's 3D World Coordinate System 3 (7)
The X-Y Plane 4 (1)
The Right-Hand Rule 5 (1)
The UCS Icon 6 (3)
Directions and Model Orientation in 3D 9 (1)
Space
Setting Viewpoints in 3D Space 10 (6)
Using the VPOINT Command 11 (5)
Setting Viewpoints through a Dialog Box 16 (3)
Setting Plan Views 18 (1)
Setting Orthographic Views 19 (1)
Specifying Points in 3D Space 19 (2)
Pointing 19 (2)
Entering 3D Coordinates 21 (8)
Exercises 24 (5)
Managing AutoCAD's User Coordinate System 29 (26)
The UCS Command 30 (8)
Choosing the Right UCS Option 38 (5)
Options that Move the UCS Origin without 39 (1)
Changing the Axes Orientation
Options That Move the UCS Origin and 40 (2)
Change the Axes Orientation
Options That Rotate the Principal Axes 42 (1)
without Moving the Origin
Options for Restoring a Previous UCS 43 (1)
The Orthographic Options 43 (12)
Exercises 46 (9)
Using Multiple Viewports 55 (12)
Characteristics of Tiled Viewports 56 (1)
Creating Tiled Viewports 57 (4)
Using Multiple Viewports 61 (1)
Viewports and the UCS 62 (1)
Using Saved Viewport Configurations 63 (1)
Using AutoLISP to Create Viewports 64 (1)
Views and UCSs 65 (2)
2D Wireframe Objects in 3D Space 67 (32)
Relationships of 2D Wireframe Objects to 3D 67 (3)
Space
Arc 68 (1)
Circle 68 (1)
Dimension 69 (1)
Ellipse 69 (1)
Leader 69 (1)
Line 69 (1)
Mline 69 (1)
Mtext 69 (1)
Point 70 (1)
2D Polyline 70 (1)
Ray 70 (1)
Shape 70 (1)
Text 70 (1)
Xline 70 (1)
Editing Wireframe Objects in 3D Space 70 (29)
Object Snaps 71 (2)
2D Editing Commands in 3D Space 73 (9)
3D Editing Commands 82 (17)
3D Curves 99 (38)
3D Polylines 100 (10)
Using 3D Polylines 100 (1)
Drawing Helixes and 3D Spirals 101 (4)
Modifying 3D Polylines 105 (5)
Splines 110 (27)
NURBS 110 (4)
Creating Spline Curves 114 (3)
Spline Data 117 (3)
Modifying Splines 120 (17)
Section 2 Building Surface Models 137 (108)
Extruded and Planar Surfaces 139 (32)
AutoCAD Surface Object Types 140 (2)
Using Thickness as a Surface 142 (5)
Exercises in Using Thickness 144 (3)
Making 3DFACE Surfaces 147 (13)
Exercises in Using 3DFACE 149 (11)
Making Surfaces with the PFACE Command 160 (11)
Using AutoLISP to Make Polyface Meshes 165 (1)
Converting 3D Faces to Polyface Meshes 166 (1)
Exercises in Using PFACE 167 (4)
Visualizing Surface Models 171 (34)
Using the HIDE Command 171 (4)
Creating Shaded Images 175 (4)
Using the DVIEW Command 179 (10)
Using the 3D Orbit Commands 189 (7)
Setting Up Perspective Views 196 (2)
Using DVIEW to Create Perspective Views 197 (1)
Using 3DORBIT to Create Perspective Views 197 (1)
Controlling Clipping Planes 198 (7)
Establishing Clipping Planes with DVIEW 198 (1)
Establishing Clipping Planes with 3DCLIP 199 (1)
Exercises 199 (6)
3D Polygon Mesh Surfaces 205 (28)
Properties of Polygon Mesh Surfaces 205 (5)
Using RULESURF 210 (2)
Using TABSURF 212 (3)
Using REVSURF 215 (2)
Using EDGESURF 217 (2)
Using 3DMESH 219 (9)
Exercises 221 (7)
AutoCAD's Premade Surface Objects 228 (5)
Modifying Polygon Mesh Surfaces 233 (12)
Polygon Mesh Modification Capabilities and 233 (1)
Limitations
Moving Vertices 234 (1)
Smoothing Surfaces 234 (11)
Exercises 242 (3)
Section 3 Building Solid Models 245 (132)
Getting Started in Solid Modeling 247 (26)
Constructing a Simple 3D Solid Model 248 (6)
Extruded Solids 249 (1)
Primitives 250 (1)
Boolean Operations 251 (2)
Modifications 253 (1)
The ACIS Geometric Modeler 254 (1)
Regions 254 (3)
Profile-Based 3D Solids 257 (16)
Making Extruded 3D Solids 258 (9)
Making Revolved Solids 267 (6)
Primitive Solid Objects 273 (22)
The Box Primitive 274 (4)
The Wedge Primitive 278 (4)
The Cylinder Primitive 282 (4)
The Cone Primitive 286 (4)
The Sphere Primitive 290 (2)
The Torus Primitive 292 (3)
Using Boolean Operations 295 (18)
Boolean Operations 295 (2)
Joining Solids and Regions 297 (2)
Subtracting Solids and Regions 299 (3)
Using Intersect 302 (11)
Modifying 3D Solids 313 (36)
Creating Fillets 313 (5)
Creating Chamfers 318 (5)
Slicing 3D Solids 323 (4)
Editing 3D Solids 327 (22)
Editing 3D Solid Faces 328 (2)
Editing 3D Solid Edges 330 (1)
Editing 3D Solid Bodies 330 (19)
Visualizing and Using 3D Solid Models 349 (28)
Controlling the Appearance of 3D Solids 349 (6)
The HIDE Command and 3D Solids 349 (4)
The SHADEMODE Command and 3D Solids 353 (2)
Checking for Interference 355 (4)
Extracting Cross-Sections from 3D Solids 359 (5)
Analyzing 3D Solids and Regions 364 (13)
Mass Property Mathematics 364 (2)
Mass Property Reports for Regions 366 (1)
Area 366 (1)
Perimeter 366 (1)
Bounding Box 367 (1)
Centroid 367 (1)
Moments of Inertia 367 (1)
Product of Inertia 367 (1)
Radius of Gyration 368 (1)
Principal Moments of Inertia and X-Y 369 (1)
Directions about Centroid
Mass Property Reports for 3D Solids 369 (1)
Mass 370 (1)
Volume 371 (1)
Bounding Box 371 (1)
Centroid 371 (1)
Moments of Inertia 371 (1)
Products of Inertia 372 (1)
Radii of Gyration 372 (1)
Principal Moments and X-Y-Z Directions 372 (5)
about Centroid
Section 4 2D Output and Paper Space 377 (64)
Paper Space and Floating Viewports 379 (36)
The Role of Paper Space 380 (1)
Floating Viewports 381 (1)
The Properties of Paper Space 381 (2)
Layouts 383 (3)
Creating and Managing Layouts 384 (1)
Setting Page Parameters 384 (1)
Using the Layout Wizard 385 (1)
Controlling the Display of Layout Elements 386 (1)
Creating Floating Viewports 386 (10)
Setting Up Multiview 2D Drawings 396 (8)
Controlling the Appearance of Objects in 404 (4)
Viewports
Object Visibility Control 404 (3)
Linetype Scale 407 (1)
Dimensioning, Annotating, and Plotting 408 (7)
Paper Space Drawings
Dimensioning in AutoCAD 2000 and 2000i 408 (2)
Dimensioning in AutoCAD 2002 410 (1)
Dimensions and 3D Objects 411 (1)
Plotting 412 (3)
2D Drawings from 3D Solid Models 415 (26)
2D Objects from 3D Solids 415 (1)
Making 2D Isometric-Type Drawings from 3D 416 (7)
Solids
Making Multiview 2D Drawings from 3D Solids 423 (18)
The Roles of SOLVIEW and SOLDRAW 423 (1)
Using SOLVIEW and SOLDRAW 424 (3)
Dimensions and Annotation 427 (14)
Section 5 Renderings from 3D Models 441 (106)
Renderings 443 (22)
An Overview of Rendering 443 (2)
Bitmaps 445 (1)
Making Renderings 446 (19)
Exercise 448 (17)
Lights in Renderings 465 (22)
Properties of Rendering Lighting 465 (2)
AutoCAD Light Types 467 (3)
Ambient Light 468 (1)
Distant Lights 468 (1)
Point Lights 469 (1)
Spotlights 469 (1)
Shadows 470 (2)
Installing Lights 472 (12)
Using Scenes 484 (3)
Rendering Materials 487 (46)
Material Attributes 488 (2)
Color 488 (1)
Roughness 489 (1)
Transparency 489 (1)
Refraction 490 (1)
Mapping 490 (7)
Types of Mapping 491 (2)
Tiling and Cropping 493 (1)
Mapping Projection and Scale 493 (3)
Template Materials 496 (1)
Creating Materials 497 (29)
A Materials Library 526 (7)
Landscape Objects and Depth Perception 533 (14)
Landscape Objects 534 (8)
Fog and Depth Cueing 542 (5)
Appendix A Using the Book's CD-ROM 547 (4)
Index 551 (25)
What's on the CD-ROM? 576