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AutoCad Review (Grades 11-12)

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AutoCad Review

Instructions: For the first 14 questions, please use the words listed below to fill in the blanks. For question 15 you will have to draw on your own knowledge of AutoCad.

Sweep * Loft * Revolve * Extrude * Closed * Open * Primitives * ViewCube * Steering Wheel
3-D Orbit * Wireframe * Solid * Surface * Mesh

1. 
The                  command draws a solid or surface object by extending a profile shape (the swept object) along a specified path.
2. 
The                tool creates a 3D solid or surface in the space between several cross sections.
3. 
The                      tool creates a 3D solid or surface by sweeping an object around an axis.
4. 
The                      command creates a 3D solid from an object that encloses an area, or a 3D surface from an object with open ends.
5. 
A                    polyline creates a 3-D Solid Model.
6. 
A                polyline creates a surface model.
7. 
Spheres, cylinders and pyramids are referred to as 3D                           .
8. 
The                        is a navigation tool with a clickable and draggable interface that you use to switch between standard and isometric views of your model when you are working in 2D model space or 3D visual style.
9. 
In                          View the camera moves around as you move the cursor but the object remains in place.
10. 
The                                    is a tool / command that allows you to navigate or control the direction where the image will be seen, and by what method the object should be seen.
11. 
A                              model is a visual presentation of a 3-dimensional (3D) or physical object. It is the simplest of true 3D drawings.
12. 
                 models are efficient to use, easy to combine primitives and extruded profiles, and offer mass properties and sectioning capabilities.
13. 
A                      model is a thin shell that does not have mass or volume.
14. 
A                model consists of vertices, edges, and faces that use polygonal representation, including triangles and quadrilaterals, to define a 3D shape.
15. 
List three advantages of 3-D Modelling:






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