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Readers of this book will gain knowledge of the four major modules of Mechanical Desktop ?, a 3D design application from Autodesk ? consisting of part modeling, assembly modeling, surface modeling, and engineering modeling. Maximizing Autodesk ? Mechanical Desktop ? 2005 uncovers the secrets of applying the latest version of the software to construct 3D parametric solid parts, generate assemblies, produce 3D NURBS-based surface models, and output 2D engineering drawings, while fostering a familiarity with the utilities provided. The author artfully bridges the gap between purely mathematical and theoretical explanations of computer-aided design and traditional computer tutorials, and explains basic concepts in a way that strengthens learning. Coverage assumes a basic knowledge of AutoCAD ??n commands such as lines, arcs, circles, and polylines.
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Ron K.C. Cheng is head of the Engineering Design and Appreciation Unit of the Industrial Centre of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and has over thirty years of experience in the area of teaching and practical training. He is responsible for the centre's computer aided design, automobile engineering, and integrative project training. For the past ten years Mr. Cheng has designed and initiated the integrative project training programs which are now widely implemented in the centre's undergraduate and graduate practical training programs. His area of specialization is the application of various computer aided design tools, including finite element analysis tools and product data management tools and he is now working on several integrative automotive projects building three wheel cars as well as four wheel electric cars. In addition to teaching and training, Mr. Cheng has written nineteen books, including books on AutoCAD, Mechanical Desktop, Autodesk Inventor, Pro/Desktop, Rhinoceros, and SmartSketch. He has also published a series of paper automata. Mr. Cheng has earned the following Degrees: ACP, LCP, Master of Science Degree and Master of Education Degree.
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Book Description Autodesk Press, 2004. Paperback. Condition: New. 1. Seller Inventory # DADAX1401896871
Book Description Autodesk Press, 2004. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1401896871