ET 132

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MT. HOOD COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Gresham, Oregon 97030

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Lower Division Collegiate
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Occupational Preparatory
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COURSE TITLE    Engineering CAD Drawing_________________________________
COURSE NUMBER   ET 132___________
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*Lecture Hours   2  |  24__
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*Lab Hours    6   |  72__
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COURSE DESCRIPTION: (for catalog)

This course is a continuation of Engineering Drawing, emphasizing engineering applications of the skills acquired in ET 122, to structural and mechanical drawings.

 

PREREQUISITE:

ET 122 & ET 154

 

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS REQUIRED OF STUDENT: (text, supplies, etc.)

Technical Drawing, by Giesecke, Mitchell, Spencer, Hill; MacMillan Pub.

LIST THE PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES OR STUDENT LEARNING COMPETENCIES AS DESCRIBED IN THE INSTRUCTIONAL LEARNING SYSTEM FOR THIS COURSE:

  1. Section Views
    1. Use of sections
    2. Symbols of section views

     

    The student should be able to draw section views and know when and where to use them.

  2. Auxiliary Views
    1. Use of auxiliary views
    2. Development of views

     

    The student should be able to draw auxiliary views and use learned skills in the development of those views.

  3. Revolution Views
    1. Axis of revolution

     

    The student should be able to draw symbols and define their meaning.

  4. Dimensioning and Tolerancing
    1. Dimensioning systems
    2. Metric, fractional and decimal systems
    3. Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing

     

    The student should be able to use and draw examples of correct dimensioning and tolerancing techniques.

  5. Drafting Practice
    1. Cost of drawings
    2. Economics of practice
    3. Importance of tool use

     

    The student should be able to produce a drawing, in the minimum amount of time, that clearly indicates the intent of the drawing.

  6. Material Fasteners
    1. Threaded fasteners
    2. Adhesives
    3. Mechanical fasteners
    4. Welding

     

    The student should be able to produce a series of drawings indicating the correct use of fastening or welding materials and use the correct symbols indicated for each operation.

  7. Design and Working Drawings
    1. Assembly drawings
    2. Working drawings
    3. As built drawings

 

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS:

Lecture, discussion, demonstration

 

EVALUATION PROCESS:

Quizzes, exams, labs

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