AutoCAD 3D Modeling by Steve Heather - Industrial Press eBookstore

Please enter AND, OR, NOT to narrow your search results
(e.g 330.12 to 500.45)

AutoCAD 3D Modeling

Exercise Workbook
By (author)  Steve Heather
Compatible with : Desktop SmartPhone Tablet iOS Android



Buy Printed version

Book Description

World-class AutoCAD expert Steve Heather, co-author with Cheryl Shrock of the Beginning AutoCAD Exercise Workbook, Advanced AutoCAD Exercise Workbook, and the AutoCAD Pocket Reference, has written this ground-breaking text, covering step-by-step 3D applications for all AutoCAD users.


The AutoCAD® 3D Modeling Exercise Workbook is designed for classroom instruction and self-study alike, and is suitable for both inch and metric users. There are 8 lessons and 4 modeling projects, all of which are heavily illustrated, for visual learners.


Each lesson starts with step-by-step instructions on how to create 3D solid models, followed by exercises designed for practicing the commands readers learned within that lesson. The modeling projects are designed so that users can create complex 3D models by combining many of the commands learned within the previous lessons.



Written by Steve Heather, bestselling author and official Beta Tester of AutoCAD software, this is an invaluable resource for the thousands of designers, architects, and manufacturers who are using AutoCAD to create their own 3D models and transfer them to a 3D printer for manufacturing and use in the real world. If you want to learn more about cutting-edge 3D design, printing, and more using AutoCAD, the AutoCAD 3D Modeling Exercise Workbook is for you.


Note: Downloadable sample files are provided to accompany some of the lessons and modeling projects, so readers can follow along and customize their creations to suit their own needs. To download a zip file containing these files, please click here.

Read what author Steve Heather has to say about 3D modeling and his best-selling new AutoCAD Exercise Workbook.

Click here for an interview with Steve Heather in our 3D modeling newsletter.


If you like this book, also check out the 

Beginning AutoCAD 2019 Exercise Workbook and

 AutoCAD Pocket Reference, 8th Edition  and the new

Beginning AutoCAD 2021 Exercise Workbook