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Learning AutoCAD Electrical 2014

Learning AutoCAD Electrical 2014

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  • Copyright 2014
  • Edition: 1st
  • Downloadable Video
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-374063-3
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-374063-9

In this training course for AutoCAD Electrical 2014, expert trainer Shaun Bryant guides you through the tools and techniques you can use to create your electrical CAD designs. With AutoCAD Electrical you get a huge selection of symbol libraries and features specific to electrical engineering. Shaun takes you through these features and how to use them step by step in short, easy to understand lessons.
You will begin this tutorial with a walk through the AutoCAD interface, as Shaun shows how to access the electrical design toolset. Each lesson is designed to build on the last, ensuring that you are not inundated with too much information at once, which will increases your retention of the material. Some of the topics that are covered include; workflow basics, schematic wiring, accessing and using electrical symbols, editing your schematics, creating panel layouts, using custom components, PLC Modules, and automation tools. Those features are just a small example of the over 9 hours of top quality video training you get in this professional tutorial.
Once you have completed this computer based training course for AutoCAD Electrical 2014, you will have a comprehensive understanding of the tools and techniques Autodesk has to offer in this popular software program. Not only will you understand them, but you will have functional experience in applying this learning through the working files that the author has included in this training course.

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Table of Contents

01. Introduction
    0101 AutoCAD Electrical 2014
    0102 Using The Working Files
02. The Basics
    0201 Welcome Screen
    0202 Autodesk 360
    0203 Ribbon Interface
    0204 Command Line
    0205 Status Bar
    0206 DWG Filetypes
    0207 Using The Mouse
    0208 Model And Layout Tabs
    0209 Startup Variable - Part 1
    0210 Startup Variable - Part 2
03. Drafting Settings
    0301 INFER
    0302 SNAP And GRID
    0303 ORTHO
    0304 POLAR
    0305 OSNAP
    0306 3DOSNAP
    0307 OTRACK
    0308 DUCS
    0309 DYN - Part 1
    0310 DYN - Part 2
    0311 LWT
    0312 TPY
    0313 QP
    0314 SC
    0315 AM
    0316 ISOLATE
04. Typical Examples
    0401 Typical Electrical Drawing - Part 1
    0402 Typical Electrical Drawing - Part 2
    0403 Typical Connector Drawing
    0404 Typical Schematic Drawing
    0405 Typical Panel Drawing
    0406 Using Existing Templates
    0407 Using Layers
05. Basic Workflow
    0501 The Environment
    0502 Quick Access Toolbar
    0503 InfoCenter
    0504 Basic Project Workflow
06. Project Basics
    0601 Project Files
    0602 Project Manager
    0603 Project Drawing List
    0604 Descriptions And Sections
    0605 Making Further Changes
    0606 Batch Plotting
    0607 Moving Through Project Drawings
    0608 Copying Projects
07. Schematic Wiring
    0701 Wires And Ladders
    0702 Point-To-Point Wiring
    0703 Splicing
    0704 Multiple Wires
    0705 Wire Numbers And Leaders
    0706 Source And Destination Signals
08. Schematics
    0801 Inserting Standalone Symbols
    0802 Inserting Parent Symbols
    0803 Inserting Child Symbols
    0804 Inserting Too Many Contacts
    0805 Catalog Part Numbers
    0806 Terminal Jumpers And Associations - Part 1
    0807 Terminal Jumpers And Associations - Part 2
    0808 Saving And Inserting A Circuit - Part 1
    0809 Saving And Inserting A Circuit - Part 2
    0810 Three Phase Circuits - Part 1
    0811 Three Phase Circuits - Part 2
09. Schematic Editing
    0901 Scoot And Move
    0902 Aligning Components
    0903 Copying And Deleting Components
    0904 Open And Closed Contacts
    0905 Copy Catalog And Location Values
    0906 Swapping And Updating Blocks
    0907 Electrical Audit And Drawing Audit
    0908 Updating And Retagging
10. Schematic Reporting
    1001 Report Types
    1002 Report Format And Setup
    1003 Automatic Reports
    1004 Putting Reports Into Drawings
    1005 Saving Reports To Files
11. Settings And Configurations
    1101 Wiretypes
    1102 Drawing Properties
    1103 Project Properties
    1104 Drawing Templates
    1105 Installation And Search Paths
12. Panel Layouts
    1201 Setting Up Panel Enclosure
    1202 Installing Push Buttons Footprint
    1203 Installing Pilot Lights Footprint
    1204 Installing Nameplate Footprint
    1205 Creating A Panel Schematic
    1206 Creating Panel Footprints From Schematics
    1207 Using DIN Rails
    1208 Using Terminal Strips
    1209 Panel Drawing Configuration
    1210 Item Numbers And Ballooning
    1211 Creating Panel Reports
13. Custom Components
    1301 Schematic Symbols And Conventions
    1302 Symbol Data Attributes - Part 1
    1303 Symbol Data Attributes - Part 2
    1304 Wire Connections
    1305 Schematic Icon Menus
    1306 Panel Icon Menus
    1307 Icon Menu Wizard
    1308 Schematic And Panel Database Files
14. Custom Data
    1401 Editing The Part Catalog - Part 1
    1402 Editing The Part Catalog - Part 2
    1403 Title Block Setup
15. Automation Tools
    1501 Exporting Data
    1502 Importing Data
    1503 Creating Set Files
    1504 Automatic Reports
16. PLC Modules
    1601 Parametric PLC Modules
    1602 Inserting And Breaking PLC Modules
    1603 Editing PLC Components
    1604 Standalone I/O Points
    1605 Non-Parametric PLC Modules
    1606 PLC Database File Editor
    1607 PLC Module Specifications
    1608 Terminal List And Settings
    1609 Finishing The PLC Module
    1610 Address Component Tag Format
    1611 Address Wire Number Tag Format
    1612 PLC Address Based Components
17. Peer-To-Peer Drawings
    1701 Peer Drawings
    1702 WDType Attribute
18. Simple Recap
    1801 Title Block Setup
    1802 Rungs And Ladders
    1803 Inserting Components
    1804 Adding Wires
    1805 Editing Components
    1806 Editing And Tagging Wires
    1807 Generating Reports
19. Close
    1901 Using The WDP Files
    1902 Finishing Up
20. Credits
    2001 About The Author

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