AutoCAD Assignment 10: TABLES and AREA.
Before you begin: First, create a “lastname_autoCAD_10” folder on your network space for this assignment. Save all of the following drawings into this folder.
The contents of this assignment: In this assignment, students will be learning how to use the AutoCAD TABLE and AREA Commands.
Before beginning, review the following Tutorials:
PROBLEM 1: Using the AutoCAD TABLE command, create a table that demonstrates the following information: The First and Last Names of all of the students in this class, the grade (9th, 10th, etc.) of each student and whether or not they are a Concurrent Enrollment student. Make sure to include a proper TITLE for your table! NOTE: The class will have to work together to gather this information. How could this be accomplished in the most efficient way?
PROBLEM 2: Below is a chart of the dimensions of a number of rooms in a new office building:
DRAWING 3: Replicate the drawing below, complete with the included revision table, outlining the changes to the house plan over time. Include the Title Block in the lower right corner, as well!:
DRAWING 4: You have been planning on building a small house and have sketched out your design idea on a piece of paper (below). Draw this pencil sketch in AutoCAD, including as much detail as you can. PLEASE NOTE: Not all of your figures in your drawing were exact to the inch. Do your best to make the AutoCAD design as close to the original as possible, while adjusting dimensions as necessary to make the drawing more realistic. When you are done with your sketch, use the AutoCAD AREA command to determine the area in square feet of each room and the hallway. Put this information into a table similar to the one used in Problem 2. Figure out the total square footage for your house design and include it in the table, as well.
DRAWING 5: RIGHT CLICK>SAVE this LINK to your AutoCAD_10 Folder. Open it in AutoCAD. Complete the following tasks in the file's table:
CHALLENGE PROBLEM: DRAWING 6: Recreate the two views of a picnic table below, including all lines and details. Make sure that you DIMENSION, as in the drawings. In addition, add the Materials List TABLE to your drawing, as well. Please use the MATERIALS LIST to assist you in the drawing of your table. However, please note that the size 2 x 4 DOES NOT mean that the board is 2" by 4" in size. A 2 x 4 is actually 1 1/2 inches by 3 1/2 inches in size!