MicroStation is one of the most widely-used CAD programs in the world. This course will teach you how to select, manipulate, and modify elements, work with cells, and how to annotate your designs and drawings.
Are you familiar with the basics of MicroStation, but are looking to dive deeper? Then you have come to right place. In this course, MicroStation Essentials: Designing and Annotating Elements, you'll learn how to design, manipulate, and annotate elements within MicroStation. First, you'll explore how to use various drawing tools to create new content. Next, you'll discover how to select elements more efficiently. Then, you'll learn how to use the manipulate tools to manipulate existing elements and how to use the modify toolbox to modify existing elements. Lastly, you'll dive into placing and creating cells to be used regularly within your designs and drawings, and how to add text, dimensions, and hatch patterns to complete your design base files and sheets. When you're finished with this course, you'll have the essential know-how to draw and annotate your MicroStation-based projects. Software required: MicroStation.
Eric DeLeon is an experienced AEC Technology professional with a career spanning both public and private sectors. Eric has a broad and unique drafting, design, marketing, technology, and management background.
As a Pluralsight Author, Eric wants to inspire and instruct others to achieve their goals and improve their careers.
Course Overview Hi everyone. My name is Eric DeLeon and welcome to my course, MicroStation Essentials: Designing and Annotating Elements. I am an AEC technology professional with 18 years of experience encompassing work within civil engineering, industrial design, marketing, and new technology environments. MicroStation is one of the top CAD programs in the world, and is used by the majority of the government agencies, as well as many private sector firms within the AEC industry and beyond. MicroStation is a powerful program that has the capabilities to accurately view, draft, model, document, and visualize 2D and 3D content for every discipline and phase within the infrastructure project lifecycle. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with the Getting Started with MicroStation Fundamentals. Some of the major topics that we will cover include drawing elements, selecting elements, manipulating elements, modifying elements, working with cells, and annotating elements. By the end of this course, you'll have a solid foundation in using the MicroStation tools to draw, manipulate, modify, and annotate elements to create design and drawing files. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn MicroStation, with the MicroStation Essentials: Designing and Annotating Elements course, at Pluralsight.