AutoCAD practice drawings with PDF eBook

Updated on December 18, 2023 by Jaiprakash Pandey, Affiliate Disclosure

The best way to practice AutoCAD skill is with AutoCAD practice exercises, the more your practice the better you get at making drawings using AutoCAD.

So, to help you practice I have created this article with ten 2D and ten 3D drawings that you can make using AutoCAD or any other CAD software as well.

AutoCAD practice drawing

2D and 3D practice drawings and projects

Get our collection of more than 100 fully dimensioned 2D and 3D practice drawings and projects

To get the full list of 2D and 3D practice drawings download the PDF eBook which contains more than 70 drawings fully illustrated with dimensions.

Click the download button above to get your eBook.

2D drawings

Use AutoCAD, BricsCAD, ZWCAD or any other similar CAD software to make these drawings.

2D practice drawing 1


2D practice drawing 2


2D practice drawing 3


2D practice drawing 4


2D practice drawing 5


2D practice drawing 6


2D practice drawing 7


2D practice drawing 8


2D practice drawing 9


2D practice drawing 10

Learn to make these drawings in AutoCAD


The step by step method of making these practice drawings along with more than 50 other 2D practice drawings is in the following course.

3D Drawings

You can use AutoCAD, BricsCAD, ZWCAD, Solidworks, Fusion 360 or any other software with 3D workspace to practice these drawings.

3D practice drawing 1


3D practice drawing 2


3D practice drawing 3


3D practice drawing 4


3D practice drawing 5


3D practice drawing 6


3D practice drawing 7


3D practice drawing 8


3D practice drawing 9


3D practice drawing 10

Learn to make these 3D drawings in AutoCAD


The step by step method of making these practice drawings along with more than 50 other 3D practice drawings is in the following course.

Summary

These practice drawings are part of our collection of nearly 100 2D and 3D practice drawings from our practice drawing eBook.

You can get this eBook for free using the download bar at the top of this page.


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