CAD 130 - Engineering Graphics II
This course is a continuation of CAD 110. This is a project based course where the student will gain more in depth practical experience in the resolution of real work engineering drawing problems using estate of the art computer aided design and up to date ANSI standards related to technical drawing. Emphases of the course include: The conversion and editing of 2D CAD graphics into 3D CAD features, dimensioning and tolerance practices, selection of materials and formulation of weldment drawings. (2 hours lecture/2 hours lab)
Prerequisite(s): Completion of CAD 110
Course Student Learning Outcomes:
- Utilize CAD software to create Geometric Constructions.
- Apply Multi-View Projection, Sectional Views, Auxiliary Views and dimensioning to create pictorial drawings.
- Apply the stages of the design process from scratch using engineering graphics techniques such as sectional projections, dimensioning and computer generated drawings (2D and 3D)
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