Engineering Drawing & Design - II
- Course Format
- Product ID
- Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
- Training Time ?
- 109 to 218 minutes
- Video Format
- Standard Definition
- Devices Supported
- Browsers Supported
- IE Desktop
- Required Plugins
- MasteryNet Player
- Lesson Interactions
- Quiz Questions
- Interactive Producer
- Convenience Learning International
- Original Content Producer
- Cengage Learning
In a field that requires highly developed visualization skills, the second training of a two part series continues to reduces the learning curve of engineering drawing and design by bridging the gap between theoretical and applied learning. Studentss use the knowledge gained in part 1 to learn dimensioning skills and auxillary and section views. Topics then transition to Computer-aided Manufacturing (CAD) and applied new technologies to move a design from the initial sketch to the manufacturing stage. This information includes rapid prototyping, part animation, and final manufacturing of a part in the assembly.
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Training for anyone entering or working in the Engineering Drawing and Desgin field.
- Basic rules of dimensioning
- Dimensioning guidelines
- Dimensioning special features
- Tolerances in dimensioning
- Dimensioning quiz
- Classroom project
Auxiliary and Section Views
- Auxiliary views
- Creating a specialty section view
- Unsectioned features and other section views
- Classroom project
Transition to CAD
- Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM)
- CAD hardware
- Virtual reality
- Drafting and computer skills in CAD
Applied New Technology
- From sketch to manufacture: A process overview
- Animation and virtual reality
- Time lapsed aircraft assembly
- Identify the necessary dimensions needed to produce a part.
- Create the multiple parts of a dimension.
- Develop drawings of the several styles of hole designs.
- Recognize and apply tolerance styles to drawings.
- Identify the various styles of part mating.
- Identify various types of section views.
- Apply the principles of single projection auxiliary.
- Create section views to aid in part description.
- Identify surfaces that will need an auxiliary projection.
- Identify the components of a CAD workstation.
- Describe the skills that a quality CAD operator should possess.
- Explain the 2 different drawing classes that are used in CAD.
- Observe how the design process is used in aircraft design.
- Identify and use reverse engineering in product redesign.
- Observe new automation processes used in manufacturing.
- Identify visualization tools such as virtual reality and animation.
- Visualize and understand the complexity of manufacturing projects.