ENGR&112 - Engineering Graphics II

This course is an introduction to basic dimensioning techniques using mechanical orthographic, architectural plans, and civil plat drawings. Students will create manufacturing and construction drawings using industry level dimensioning techniques relating to mechanical architectural and civil disciplines applying ASME and AIA standards. This course also introduces the concepts of 2D and 3D Computer Aided Design (CAD) and its application to engineering drawing. AMATH 170 (as pre or corequisite), ENGR& 111 (as a pre or corequisite), or instructor permission.

Credits: 5

Distribution: Career Training

Offered: Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer

Outcomes

  1. Describe components of effective teamwork with diverse peers in a lab setting
  2. Describe the purpose of design drawings used in an engineering environment.
  3. Create and edit CAD engineering drawings using a dynamic input interface.
  4. Annotate CAD engineering drawings to meet industry standards and best practices.
  5. Create different linear and angular dimensions on objects in CAD engineering drawings.
  6. Apply advanced CAD techniques to reusable content, hatch objects, drawing object creation and plots.