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Involves students in the use of techniques and standard practices of technical graphics so that design ideas can be adequately communicated and produced. Includes free-hand sketching, use of drafting instruments, line work, lettering, orthogonal projections, pictorials, basic dimensioning, and an introduction to computer-aided design drafting.
Introduces drafting operations as applied to computer aided drafting (CAD) and the commands and procedures used to create, edit, and plot two-dimensional CAD drawings. Drawing productivity, accuracy, and organizational techniques are emphasized in this course. Assignments will be chosen from various drafting disciplines.
Prerequisite: CS 110 or instructor permission
Involves students in the use of techniques and standard practices of technical graphics towards the solution of technical design problems, and to communicate and produce design ideas. Includes dimensioning and tolerancing, production of working drawings, and advanced computer- aided design drawing. This course also introduces students to electronic, piping, and welding drawings.
Prerequisite: DRFT 107 or ENGR& 121 (was ENGR 111).
Involves students in the use of parametric solid modeling towards design on three-dimensional part and assembly models. Includes creating part and assembly drawings from 3D models, modifications throughout the design process, and comparing the many parametric solid modeling software packages available.
Prerequisite: DRFT 210
A survey course that introduces the student in the use of the drafting standards used by Civil and Architectural disciplines. The concepts of these standards will include: structural graphics, map drafting, architectural drafting, and welding and piping drafting.
Prerequisite: DRFT 107 or ENGR& 121 (was ENGR 111) or instructor permission.