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AutoCAD 2002: 3D Modeling: A Visual Approach

by John Wilson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 076683851X, Paperback)

The three-dimensional capabilities of AutoCAD are more extensive than ever, and learning to use them is easier than ever with AutoCAD 2002: 3D Modeling, A Visual Approach. This hands-on guide, which covers over seventy AutoCAD commands relating to 3D space and 3D modeling, is perfect for teaching yourself the 3D side of AutoCAD. You will need no other resources. Learn how to construct true 3D objects from clear, concise, and easy to understand instructions that help you get the most out of each and every 3D feature of AutoCAD. An accompanying CD-ROM with drawing files of 3D models gets you up and running quickly.

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