CAD 1201

Introduction to Engineering Graphicss

4 Credits

Prerequisite: CAD 1101 or consent of instructor.

Prerequisite or Co-requisite: DDT 1000 or consent of instructor.

This course presents the techniques and principles for creating orthographic and auxiliary views on a CAD system. Students will create working detail drawings by adding the necessary sections, dimensions, tolerances, notes and specifications to multi-views. Given a work description or isometric view of a simple object, the student will be able to completely describe its shape in orthographic multi-view projection. This course develops skills in the use and selection of standard parts from the CAD database and creation of assembly drawings. Area of study will also include ANSI and ISO standards for dimensioning, geometric tolerance fundamentals, fasteners and symbols. Refer to current Schedule of Classes for software version(s). Course/lab fees.