LEARNING GSTARCAD 2 – ESSENTIAL

LEARNING GSTARCAD 2 – ESSENTIAL

In this course, explore learning beyond the basics covered in Learning GstarCAD, covers using the ribbon, choosing workspaces.

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RM 600.00
Last Update 03/10/2021
Completion Time 3 hours 34 minutes
Members 943
    • Introduction
    • Training exercise files
  • 1. Using Units and Options
  • 2. Drawing More Objects
    • 1. Rectangles and polygons
    • 2. Points and donuts
    • 3. Ellipses
    • 4. Isometric views with elliptical arcs
  • 3. Modifying Objects
    • 1. Selecting objects
    • 2. Using Move and Copy
    • 3. Using Rotate and Scale
    • 4. Creating and using arrays
    • 5. Using Offset and Mirror
    • 6. Using Stretch and Lengthen
    • 7. Using Trim and Extend
    • 8. Using Break and Join
    • 9. Using grips and grip editing
    • 10. Using boundaries
    • 11. Using Fillet and Chamfer
    • 12. Using Divide and Measure
    • 13. Editing polylines and splines
  • 4. Hatching and Gradients
    • 1. Using the Hatch command
    • 2. Using the Gradient command
    • 3. Editing hatches and gradients
  • 5. More Text Techniques
    • 1. Aligning text
    • 2. Framing text in a title block
  • 6. More Dimensioning Techniques
    • 1. Editing dimensions and dimension overrides
    • 2. Breaking and spacing dimensions
    • 3. Continue and baseline dimensions
    • 4. Quick dimensioning
    • 5. Using multileaders
  • 7. Reusing Content
    • 1. Using groups
    • 2. Creating and inserting a block
    • 3. Using the Explode command
    • 4. Redefining a block definition
    • 5. Using WBLOCK
    • 6. Creating a simple dynamic block
  • 7a. Dynamic block
    • 1. Drawing block geometry
    • 2. Defining a block and creating visibility state
    • 3. Adding a flip parameter and flip action
    • 4. Adding flip and rotate parameters and actions
    • 5. Adding multiple parameters and actions
  • 8. Attributes and Tables
    • 1. Creating a simple block with attributes
    • 2. Enhanced Attribute Editor
    • 3. Working with table styles
    • 4. Designing a table
    • 5. Adding fields to a table
  • 9. External Reference (XREFs)
    • 1. Working with XREFs
    • 2. Attaching and overlaying XREFs
    • 3. Altering and clipping XREFs
    • 4. Editing XREFs
    • 5. Editing XREFs in place