CAD FOR MODEL ENGINEERS BY D.A.G. BROWN. BOOK NUMBER 29 IN THE SERIES. THIS IS A NEW BOOK.
First published 1999, this edition reprinted 2006. By D. A. G. Brown. 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 & turned into a versatile drawing tool with many advantages over traditional draughting methods. Chapters cover: The Philosophy of CAD. Computer power required. Starting & drawing process. Figures & shapes: trimming & extending. Editing drawings. Editing – the power of copying. Hatching & filling. Scaling. Components. Drawing text & presentation of drawings. Dimensioning. Some ideas for speedy operation. Projection & development. Plotters & printers. File management. Softbound, 89 pages, black & white illustrations. Book measures approx. 15 cm wide X 21 cm long.