3-D Plotting Machine
Revit Advanced Architectural Applications
Prerequisite CAD1151 or consent of instructor
This course expands on the use of CAD software for the application of
building information modeling (BIM) for architecture. Students will learn
CAD techniques of advanced wall creation and manipulation, creation of details,
wall sections, multiple floor systems and stair development. the course
also covers walk through techniques and the management of design revisions
within CAD database. In addition to classroom lecture an demonstrations,
students will utilize CAD equipment in an interactive lecture environment.
Refer to current Schedule of Classes for Software version(s) Course/lab fees.
Animation Design II
Prerequisite: CAD1105 or consent of
This course is designed to build upon the foundation skills learned in
Animation Design. Students will develop additional skills to create
computer animations and models. Emphasis will be on character modeling,
rigging and animation. Students will create animations for various
applications for architectural, engineering, gaming, scientific and legal
industries; crime scene reconstruction; and machine simulation. Refer to
current Schedule of Classes for software version(s). Course/lab fees.
Simulation for Design and Manufacturing
This course provides the foundation to digitally define and simulate
manufacturing processes using DELMIA (Digital Enterprise Leans Manufacturing
Interactive Applications), DPM (Digital Process Manufacturing) and 3D data from
CATIA V5 or any major CAD system. Heavy emphasis on building assembly
simulation, conceptual process plans and process verification within the new
CATIA/DELMIA V5 paradigm is a common thread throughout the course. This
course will present how to use the DPM Assembly Process Simulation tools to
create assembly build sequences, simulations, and conceptual process plans for
visualization, validation and verification of manufacturing processes.
Refer to current Schedule of classes for software version(s). Course/Lab
AutoCAD Advanced Architectural Desktop using
of Architecture 2014 and Photoshop
Prerequisite: CAD 1101 & CAD1151
Introduction to Image Editing Software and how it is applied to develop
comprehensive Architecture presentations from technical AutoCAD drawings.
Students will learn to use image editing techniques and principles to create
color presentation materials, which includes Architectural Site Plans, Floor
Plans, Elevations and Building sections. Students will also be introduced
to Photo-Realistic techniques which can be applied to 2d rendered exterior
building elevations. In addition to formal classroom lecture and
demonstrations, students will use equipment such as Photoshop software and other
hardware to complete a series of assignments.
Introduction to CATIA V6 - CATIA V6
PLM Engineering Design Software
This course is an introduction to Computer-Aided Three-Dimensioal=Interactive-Application
(CATIA V6) this coures is designed for a new user of CATIA V6. This
software is designed to optimize all stages of the Production Life - Cycle
(PLM). Projects stress teamwork, the design process, and creativity and
analytical thinking. Most lecture time is dedicated to introducing students to
the vocabulary, theory, and practice of engineering/manufacturing as well as the
operations in the specific software. Students will create solid foundation
for their design and analysis, through various exercises. Refer to current
Schedule of Classes course/lab fees.
Special Topics in CADII
Introduction to Solidworks
CAD 1101 plus additional course(s) based on special topic content as needed.
Introduction to Solidworks Course/lab fees., Students will be introduced to and
complete computer-based assignments in, new software and/or applications in the
field of computer-aided design, computer-aided engineering, and
design/manufacturing simulations. Refer to current Schedule of Classes for
topics, prerequisites, and, software version(s). Course/lab fees.
Tool & Die Design
Prerequisite: CAD2110 or consent of instructor
Pre or Co requisite: CAD2190 or consent of instructor
This course is designed to acquaint the student with the procedures involved
in developing Tool and Die designs. The course covers jigs, fixtures,
other tooling devices and includes the preparation of all necessary drawings and
supporting documents. Student will study the various types of dies
and standard die components and will learn basic techniques to design blanking,
piercing, compound blanking, piercing dies and progressive. Design
considerations of parts to be stamped and reactions of stock material will be
studied along with strip layout, shearing action and stripper construction.
Refer to current Schedule of Classes for software version(s).