IMTL124 :  Blueprint Reading for Welding Applications

Every commercially fabricated weldment traditionally begins with a blueprint outlining the specifications and requirements for the item. As students work through this course they will gain the skills necessary for blueprint reading and interpretation as applied to the welding and fabrication industries. Also covered are basic sketching techniques, dimensioning practices, notes and welding symbols, orthographic projection and auxiliary views in common use today. Emphasis is placed on interpreting detail drawings and development of appropriate communication skills required in metals manufacturing.
Credit Hours: 3
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