Free Photogrammetry Tutorial -Basic Microstation V8 Trainning for Aerial Photogrammetry and others

This trainning is designed for experienced CAD user who wants to transition existing CAD knowledge to MicroStation skills. To ease the transition to MicroStation, parallel references are continually given, showing how MicroStation handles operations familiar to the CAD user. Subjects covered range from the initial setup of a new design file to incorporating existing data from non-MicroStation CAD products. Plotting and other output considerations are covered, including pen table development and usage. 

Learning Objectives: You will learn how to apply MicroStation to the design process and be aware of issues surrounding translation files to and from MicroStation.
Part 1
  • Creating Microstation design file.
  • Global origin in Microstation.
  • Seed file in Microstation.
  • Design model in Microstation.
  • Working units in Microstation.
  • Microstation levels.
  • Microstation active design file settings.
  • Drawing line, rectangle, circle, using mouse in Microstation.
  • Redo, Undo and file saving and compression in Microstation.
  • Placing and editing text in Microstation design file.
  • Element Information and selection in Microstation design file.
  • Element snapping in Microstation.
  • View control Microstation.
  • Coordinate system and key board input of coordinates to draw elements in Microstation.

Part 2
  • Element creation and editing using tool palates in Microstation.
  • Fence operation in Microstation.
  • Working with reference files. Attaching raster and vector references.
  • Reference file operations.
  • Level, color, weight, and style in Microstation.
  • Cell Library attachment and placing active cell.
  • Cell Library creation in Microstation.

Part 3
  • Level and cell library import and export in Microstation.
  • File import and export in microstation.
  • More about microstation tool and palates.
  • Creating function keys in Microstation.
  • Loading and running mdl and mvba programmes.
  • Recording macros.

Part 4
  • Key-in commands and short keying.
  • Creating Workspace and customization in Microstation.
  • Working with 3D coordinates and views.
  • Tag Creation and editing.
  • Working with microstation geographic.
  • Data cleanup and topology creation in Microstation.
  • Microstation dimension.