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Drafting Course Descriptions

20 Computer-Aided Drafting and Design (4) [Cx]
(CSU)
Hours: 48-54 lecture; 48-54 laboratory. Grading: Letter grade only.
Advisory: Completion of Computer Information Systems 4 or Windows experience. Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD) technology, terminology, and application, using an industry-standard program. Topics include drawing creation, detailing and dimensioning, management of drawing files, management of the user environment, producing hardcopy output of drawings, and introduction to parametric sketching. Emphasis on two-dimensional working drawings. Coursework will be completed using the AutoCAD CAD design software.

21 Mechanical Design I (3) [Cx]
(CSU)
Hours: 16-18 lecture; 96-108 laboratory. Grading: Letter grade only.
Prerequisite: Drafting 20 or one year of high school drafting using AutoCAD, and Engineering Technology 10 or one year of high school drafting using SolidWorks or a similar feature-based modeling software.

Production of engineering drawings using primary orthographic views, section views, detail views and auxiliary views. Detailing of drawing views including dimension, notes/labels and drawing formats. Assignments will be done using the SolidWorks CAD modeling system

41 Computer-Aided Drafting and Design: Mechanical (4)
(CSU)
Hours: 32-36 lecture; 96-108 laboratory. Grading: Letter grade only.
Prerequisite: Engineering Technology 10. Advisory: Completion of Drafting 21.

Advanced drawing techniques using the computer, with focus on mechanical applications. Advanced documentation/design practices including ASME Y14.5 form and positional tolerancing, tolerance stacking/analysis and Six Sigma tolerancing practices. Additional topics include the creation of symbol libraries, bills of material, customizing menus, and other forms of interface automation. Assignments will be done using the SolidWorks CAD modeling system

43 Advanced CAD Modeling and Applications (3)
(CSU)
Hours: 32-36 lecture; 48-54 laboratory. Grading: Letter grade only.
Prerequisite: Engineering Technology 10.

Advanced concepts and development of three-dimensional visualization skills. Techniques for part and assembly modeling using a feature-based parametric CAD solid modeler. Technique for producing industry standard orthographic projection drawings from three-dimensional solid models. Assignments will be done using the SolidWorks CAD modeling system.

50 Architectural Design I (3) [Cx]
(CSU)
Hours: 32-36 lecture; 48-54 laboratory
Grading: Letter grade only.
Prerequisite: Drafting 20 or one year of high school drafting.

Theory and methods of architectural drawings, incorporating the fundamentals of good residential design. Topics include: line conventions, projection representation, dimensions, layout and traffic pattern accommodation, and the impact of building codes and UBC and FHA regulations. Student drawings will reflect the integration of topics concepts and the various plans needed for a complete set of working drawings, including a plot plan, foundation plan, floor plan, sections, details, and stairs. Coursework will be completed using AutoCAD and REVIT software.

51 Architectural Design II (3) [Cx]
(CSU)
Hours: 32-36 lecture; 48-54 laboratory. Grading: Letter grade only.
Prerequisite: Drafting 50.

Design issues associated with more complex buildings and settings, including the impact of zoning, local codes, and challenging sites. Topics include: multiple story structures, split levels, complicated roof and foundation design, exterior embellishments, Title 24 and AHDA compliance issues, heat loss and gain, energy costs calculation, and environmental impact. Students’ projects include presentation elevation perspectives and model construction for design study, presentation, and promotion. Coursework will be completed using the REVIT software.

53 Architectural Applications of CAD (4)
(CSU)
Hours: 32-36 lecture; 96-108 laboratory. Grading: Letter grade only.
Prerequisite: Drafting 51.

In-depth use of parametric three-dimensional for Building Information Modeling (BIM), building design and production of working drawings using Revit Architecture software. This will build upon the skills developed in Drafting 51 and will include creating and modifying three-dimensional topography and building mass objects, parametric building walls with floor and roof slabs, creating floor reflected ceiling plans, generating building elevations and sections, and creating professional quality renderings. Coursework will be completed using the REVIT software.

78 Advanced Design Applications (4) [Cx]
(CSU)
Hours: 32-36 lecture; 96-108 laboratory. Grading: Letter grade only.
Prerequisite: Engineering Technology 10, or 1 year experience using SolidWorks or a similar feature-based modeling software.

Advanced modeling/drawing of machine parts in the various stages of manufacturing with required back-up items such as jigs, fixtures, weldments, tooling, molds, and dies. Assignments will be done using the SolidWorks CAD modeling system.

Engineering Technology Course Descriptions

10 Introduction to Engineering Design (4) [Cx]
(CSU; UC)
Hours: 48-54 lecture; 48-54 laboratory.
Grading: Letter grade only.

Survey of the design process as applied to engineering and related fields, with emphasis on 3-D computer modeling software used in industry. Additional topics include design sketching, visualization, geometric relationships, assembly modeling, and model documentation. Assignments will be done using the SolidWorks CAD modeling system.
0924.00*

12 Principles of Engineering (4) [Cx]
(CSU; UC)
Hours: 48-54 lecture; 48-54 laboratory.
Grading: Letter grade only.
Prerequisite: Mathematics 425.

Exploration of technology systems and engineering processes that demonstrate the benefits of math, science, and technology. Topics include the design process, communication and documentation, engineering systems, statics, properties of materials,
quality assurance, materials testing, and engineering for reliability. 0924.00*

14 Electronics for Engineering Technologists I (3)
(CSU)
Hours: 32-36 lecture; 48-54 laboratory.
Grading: Letter grade only.
Prerequisite: Mathematics 425.
Advisory: Completion of Engineering Technology 12

Introduction to the application of electronics in engineering technology. Course covers DC circuit theory, including system of units, resistive circuits, inductors, capacitors, impedance, and Ohm's Law. Emphasis is on the application of Kirchhoff's Laws and Thevenin's and Norton's Theorems to DC circuits, Mesh and Nodal analysis, RL and RC transients, and Maximum Power Transfer. 0924.00*

16 Computer Integrated Manufacturing - CNC Material Removal (3)
(CSU)
Hours: 32-36 lecture; 48-54 laboratory.
Grading: Letter grade only.
Prerequisite: Engineering Technology 10, or Drafting 43, or one year of high school CAD/Engineering courses using feature-based modeling software such as AutoDesk Inventor or Solidworks, or demonstrated performance with feature-based modeling software.

An overview of automated manufacturing concepts using designs created with industry standard modeling software, material removal manufacturing processes, machine tool operations, industrial practices, tool motion, CNC programming, simulations, and prototyping. Physical examples of designs using computer-based numerically controlled (CNC) machine tools are produced. Assignments will be done using the MasterCAM CNC programming system. 0924.00*





 

 

 

Fall 2017 Course Offerings
For specific software applications:

  • AutoCAD 2D Drafting take DRAFT 20
  • REVIT 3D Architecture Design take DRAFT 50-51
  • SolidWorks 3D feature based parametric solid modeling take EGTECH 10 or DRAFT 21

For more information or if you have problems registering
contact Professor Stu Egli at stuart.egli@chaffey.edu

 


Rev. 6/13/17


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