MET 211 - Mechanical CAD
Introduction to Mechanical CAD. CAD command structure, screen controls, and use of menus to create, edit, and manipulate geometry for 2D and 3D models. Use of special features for the production of fully detailed layout drawings from 2D and 3D models. File management.
Prerequisite: MET 116 Engineering Drawing II w/CAD or Department Chairperson approval
1 Class Hour, 2 Laboratory Hours
Learning Outcomes of the Course:
Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
1. Apply technical sketching skills of parts and assembly concepts.
2. Understand Mechanical CAD as a 3D feature based associative, parametric solid modeling system for part and assembly design.
3. Have a through understanding of and apply the constructive solid geometry concepts and Boolean operations used in 3D modeling.
4. Demonstrate the ability to utilize CAD to create quality solid models in a timely fashion.
5. Perform basic design changes and modifications.
6. Generate detailed working drawings in a standard industrial format using the latest ASME standards.
7. Demonstrate the ability to create a model using the college's 3D modeler and its software package.
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