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Engineering Graphics Technology (EG T)

EG T 201 Advanced Computer Aided Drafting (2) Application of the principles of engineering graphics; preparation of working drawings; details, examples, and bill of material using CAD.

EG T 201 Advanced Computer Aided Drafting (2)

Professional parametric solid modeling software will be applied to produce complete, industry-typical and standard working drawings, including part detail drawings and various types of assembly drawings; to implement the appropriately toleranced design of interfacing components; and to explore advanced productivity-enhancing add-in modules. Additionally, students will be introduced to the variety and relative precedence of specifications for feature tolerances and to the basic differences between form and size tolerancing. Topics that will be covered in the course include: Unilateral, bilateral and symmetric size tolerances, Form control and tolerances, Calculations for critical fits, Specification precedence for tolerances, e.g., stock size vs. size directly specified in the drawing field vs. title block tolerances vs. drawing notes, etc.
The following laboratory assignments will include: Part drawing with standard three orthographic views, complete dimensions, and a Section View, Part drawing with complete dimensions and a Broken View, Part drawing with complete dimensions and a Primary Auxiliary View, Part drawing with complete dimensions and a Secondary Auxiliary View, Part drawing with complete dimensions and removed Detail View(s), Detail drawing with correct limit tolerances on features which are critical for fit and function, Assembly file with separate sub-assemblies, Assembly Drawing (with part identification balloons and a bill-of-material) which uses Sectional Views to expose fine internal detail and part interrelationships, Assembly Drawing (with part identification balloons and a bill-of-material) which is based upon an Exploded View, Assembly Drawing of a tooling fixture (with part identification balloons and a bill-of-material) which shows the subject workpiece tranparently with phantom lines, Configured part file with tabulated drawing, Welding of an assembly using advanced software capabilities and production of a welding drawing with correct symbols, Production of an injection mold cavity from the subject part file, Exploration of the functionality of sheet metal modules, Applications of Top Down Design and Layout Sketches, Application of motion-simulating modules and functionality. The differences between coordinate tolerancing and geometric tolerancing are included in the course. The American Society of Mechanical Engineers Y14.5M will be referenced. The following are among the topics that will be covered: Eight key GD&T terms, GD&T modifiers and symbols, Rule #1 and #2, Concepts of GD&T, Introduction to the flatness control, straightness control, circularity control, perpendicularity control, angularity control, parallelism control, concentricity control, symmetry control, The datum system (planar datums, Introduction to datum targets, FOS datum specifications (RFS), FOS datum specifications (MMC).

General Education: None
Diversity: None
Bachelor of Arts: None
Effective: Fall 2008
Prerequisite: EDSGN 100, EG T 114

Note : Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.


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