Learn Bricscad in a Day – the tutorial for new users of Bricscad from BricsCAD v8-v12 (select option below price at right) – yes, our Bricscad book is updated for version 12.
Learn Bricscad in a Day is the useful tutorial for new users of Bricscad. It teaches you how create drawings in a day — seven chapters that each take about one hour to complete.
This e-book is available in editions suitable for users of Bricscad V8 through V12.
- Hour 1 Introducing Bricscad.
- Hour 2 Using menus and toolbars.
- Hour 3 Setting up new drawings.
- Hour 4 Drawing and plotting.
- Hour 5 Adding details.
- Hour 6 Editing.
- Hour 7 Adding text and dimensions.
Plus this bonus content:
- Block libraries and attribute extraction.
- Bills of material.
- Regions and booleans.
The book features:
- Dozens of tips.
- For each chapter: chapter summary, key terms, useful abbreviations, and new commands.
- Illustrations in full color.
- Windows Vista screen grabs.
- atted for printing on standard 8.5×11 paper.
- Margins designed for three-hole punching.
Table of contents
PART I: INTRODUCTION TO BRICSCAD
Hour 1 — Bricscad Quick Tour
Hour 2 — Navigating the Bricscad Interface
PART II: LEARNING TO DRAW IN 2D
Hour 3 — Setting Up New Drawings
Hour 4 — Creating a First Drawing
Hour 5 — Adding Details to Drawings
Hour 6 — Making Changes to Drawings
Hour 7 — Adding Notes & Dimensions
PART III: ADVANCED 2D TOPICS
Chapter 8 — Creating Blocks & Attributes
Chapter 9 — Bills of Material
Chapter 10 — 2D Region Modeling & Booleans
PART IV: APPENDICES
Appendix A — Command Aliases
Appendix B — System Variables & Settings
About the author
Ralph Grabowski has authored and co-authored 100+ books and ebooks on CAD management, ArchiCAD, AutoCAD, Generic CADD, IntelliCAD, MicroStation, TurboCAD, VDraft, Visio, HTML, and VRML. He is the editor of two e-newsletters, upFront.eZine and iCommunique.
Mr Grabowski received his B.A.Sc (’80) degree in civil engineering from the University of British Columbia. He currently works and lives in the beautiful Central Fraser Valley region of British Columbia, Canada.