CAD for Model Engineers
by D.A.G. Brown

Published by Special Interest Model Books Ltd, Dorset England

Softcover
150 x 210mm
89pp
Published 1999

R.R.P.$19.90

ISBN 1-85486-189-1

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Extract from back cover of book:

Computers are a closed book to many of the older generations of model engineers, despite the fact that more than one-third of all British households now have a personal computer. By taking one step at a time, the computer can soon be tamed and turned into a versatile drawing tool with many advantages over traditional draughting methods.

Derek Brown's demonstrations and lectures on the subject at various model engineering exhibitions over the past few years have proved very popular. In this book he seeks to strip away the mystique surrounding the subject by avoiding jargon and providing practical advice on how to choose the right system and to make progress with it.

Photos: Black & White

Units of Measurement: Imperial

Contents

Foreword
Introduction

Chapter 1 - The philosophy of CAD

Chapter 2 - Computer power required

Chapter 3 - Starting the drawing process

Chapter 4 - Figures and shapes: trimming and extending

Chapter 5 - Editing drawings

Chapter 6 - Editing - the power of copying

Chapter 7 - Hatching and filling

Chapter 8 - Scaling

Chapter 9 - Components

Chapter 10 - Drawing text and presentation of drawings

Chapter 11 - Dimensioning

Chapter 12 - Some ideas for speedy operation

Chapter 13 - Projection and development

Chapter 14 - Plotters and printers

Chapter 15 - File management