MET 116 - Engineering Drawing II w/CAD
A second course in engineering drawing emphasizing the principles of descriptive geometry, working drawings, tolerancing methods, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, with an introduction to solid work or other CAD software.
Prerequisite: MET 113 Engineering Drawing I w/CAD
1 Class Hours, 3 Laboratory Hours
Learning Outcomes of the Course:
Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
1. Understand solid work's basic parametric modeling process by demonstrating the ability to create quality solid models.
2. Apply technical sketching skills of part and assembly concepts.
3. Generate detailed orthographic and axonometric drawings in a standard industrial format using the latest ASME standards.
4. Understand and apply the principles of descriptive geometry.
5. Develop a complete set of working drawings including identification numbers, bill of materials and engineering change documentation.
6. Have a thorough understanding of fits and tolerances.
7. Define typical thread notes and fastening techniques.
8. Apply geometric dimensioning and tolerance symbols and interpret their meaning on an engineering drawing.
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