AutoCAD Mechanical 2011 Documentation
You can use Autodesk documentation to help you learn, use, and develop applications for AutoCAD Mechanical software.
Compares the User Interface to AutoCAD’s, enabling those familiar with AutoCAD to find their way in AutoCAD Mechanical.
Introduces a number of AutoCAD Mechanical drawing commands and demonstrates how they can help speed up some typical mechanical drawing operations.
Shows how to access pre-drawn content from various content libraries and insert standard parts, standard features, and custom content in a drawing.
Shows how to create various types of dimensions and generate fits lists. Also demonstrates how distance snap and power erase can prevent aligning and rearranging dimensions from snowballing into a time-consuming operation.
Annotates a shaft with DIN-compliant symbols and demonstrates the capabilities of the symbol creation commands.
Demonstrates how to tag geometries as parts using part references, build a Bill of Materials (BOM) and generate balloons and parts lists for an assembly.