Tuesday, March 7th from 7:30 to 9:30pm in the Digital Learning Lab, located on the 1st floor of the Peter B. Lewis Science Library
The Advanced AutoCAD workshop is aimed at improving drawing efficiency and sparing needless labor. The first half of the session will introduce tips and shortcuts that reduce drawing time and avoid redundant commands. Then, we will look at ways of organizing objects and layers to make drawings cleaner and easier to work with. Finally, we will learn about the plot and line-weight settings, as well as how to deal with exterior images and references, so that students can plot final drawings directly from AutoCAD, without exporting to and editing in Adobe Illustrator.
Instructor Bio: Weiwei Zhang is in his final year of the M.Arch Professional program. He studied architecture at Yale University and worked at Sou Fujimoto’s office for a year before coming to Princeton.