SHME152 - Drafting I

Students are introduced to basic terminology, drafting lines, labeling and object protection. Students create hand drafted assignments that develop basic, orthographic and isometric views of shapes and sheet metal components. Students develop the skills necessary to visualize and understand common and complex sheet metal components. Students apply triangulation principles and are introduced to parallel line development techniques.

Credits: 6

Distribution: Career Training

Offered: 2

Outcomes

  1. recognize and list uses of basic drafting instruments
  2. competently arrange basic objects accurately on drafting paper
  3. distinguish between various basic views and drawing techniques used in the sheet metal industry
  4. apply principles from the basic types of layout processes used in the sheet metal industry
  5. apply basic layout principles separately or using a combination of these to complete assigned drafting and fabrication projects