The primary objective of this course is to teach delegates the more advanced aspects of working in 3D using MicroStation.
Delegates should have attended our MicroStation 2D/3D Intermediate course and be able to produce 2D drawings using MicroStation.
A very enjoyable course taught by a very knowledgeable instructor.
A very enjoyable course taught by a very knowledgeable instructor. Learned a lot and the course was delivered at a good pace for our group.
I found your trainer to be very enthusiastic, knowledgeable and above all, an extremely calm and patient person.
I thought that I would take some time out to drop you a brief line and to thank you for sending such an excellent trainer. I found your trainer to be very enthusiastic, knowledgeable and above all, an extremely calm and patient person.
Our group from Trillium completed our three day essentials CAD training course with Cadline yesterday.
I did do some training in CAD when I was at University, but as a straggler then, I did not get the level of support and help I needed from the lecturer who took that course. Consequently, I found that using CAD was very daunting, a stressor and to be avoided at all costs.
Not now though !!
Your trainer is an excellent ambassador for Cadline. I would like him to have recognition for his calm, patient manner, his helpfulness and most of all, for giving me the nudge I needed to overcome my CAD fears...
Well done to you all and thank you once again.
Russell Bennett - Trillium
This course teaches the more advanced aspects of 3D techniques and gives a detailed outline to MicroStation’s 3D capabilities.
Note: We normally train on the latest version.
During the course delegates will cover:
- File settings – 3D seed file
- Design Cube
- Views and view window orientations
- Using the Auxiliary Co-ordinate System (ACS) Dialogue box
- Defining a new ACS using points and elements
- Moving and Rotating the current ACS
- Saving and changing the ACS in the current design file
- Importing an ACS from another design file
- Accudraw in 3D
- Creating 3D primitives
- Placing Slab, Sphere, Cylinder, Cone, Torus, Wedge
- Editing standard primitives
- Using 3D construction tools
- Extrude, construct revolution, extrude along a path, shell solid and thicken
- Using 3D modify tools
- Modify, taper and cut solid
- Using Boolean feature to Union, subtract and intersect solids
- Chamfer and fillet solids
- Surface creation
- Construct surface by section or network
- Construct surface by edges
- Place free form surface
- Construct sweep along two traces and construct a helical surface
- 3D cells
- Creating a perspective view
Microstation 3D Training Course pdf