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Freehand sketching encountered in drafting engineering projects. Selecting views and implementing drafting standards. Dimensioning, lettering, sections and auxiliary views are covered. Problem solving in individual and group settings.
Introduction to drafting applications using AutoCAD. Instruction includes problem solving, drawing layout, orthographic multi-view projection, line types, geometric construction and current drafting techniques. Use industry standards for CAD drawing, editing, file management, dimensions and notes.
This course is an introduction to the SolidWorks parametric mechanical software. Students will design 3D solid parts, sheet metal parts and assemblies, and develop 2D documentation from them.
Introduces parametric and adaptive modeling techniques using Autodesk Inventor. This course will guide students through design environment setup, creation of simple and complex part geometry, assembly building, animation, and detailed 2D drawing output.
Advanced features of SolidWorks will be discussed and problems will be worked that exemplify them. Subjects include equations, configurations, design tables and dynamics. Required: Student Petition.