CAD 110 - Engineering Graphics I
This course covers the fundamentals of engineering graphics communication technics, including orthographic, auxiliary, and pictorial views, development and interpretation of engineering drawings. Course emphasis on solution of engineering problems using both free-hand and computer aided drafting techniques. The students will be working with state-of-the-art computer-aided design software packages and following up to date ANSI standards for technical drawing. 2 hour lecture 2 hour lab.
Note(s): It is suggested that students also enroll into CAD 169
Course Student Learning Outcomes:
- Analyze technical drawings using both CAD and basic manual tools.
- Create mechanical parts for different applications.
- Apply the stages of the design process from scratch using engineering graphics techniques such as sectional projections, dimensioning and computer-generated drawings (2D).
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