ET 104 Introduction to Engineering Drawing & Manufacturing (2)
Credit, Degree Applicable
Fundamental drafting techniques including sketching, orthographic projection and dimensioning. Development of detailed drawings (electrical, electronic, and mechanical) for the fabrication of individual projects. Sheet metal shop practices; use of hand tools; measurement and layout techniques. Printed circuit board design and fabrication. Machine tools and machine shop operations.
After successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Outcome 1: Summarize the purpose and use of the common drafting tools
- Outcome 2: Manage the care of drafting equipment and tools
- Outcome 3: Compose competent freehand sketches including an acceptable level of technical lettering and line work
- Outcome 4: Compose front, top, profile, auxiliary and sectioned views of three dimensional objects using the principals of Orthographic Projection
- Outcome 5: Create isometric and oblique pictorials using appropriate drafting techniques
- Outcome 6: Relate architectural to mechanical scales
- Outcome 7: Integrate simple dimensioning into orthographic drawings
- Outcome 8: Summarize the purpose, the standard practices and the safety procedures of a sheet metal shop.
- Outcome 9: Summarize the purpose, the standard practices and the safety procedures of a printed circuit lab.
- Outcome 10: Summarize the purpose, the standard practices and the safety procedures of a machine shop.
- Outcome 11: Summarize sheet metal layout and fabrication techniques
- Outcome 12: Summarize the fabrication techniques for a printed circuit board
- Outcome 13: Plan and organize machine tool operations including turning, drilling, reaming, threading, milling, sawing, grinding, filing, and layout.
- Outcome 14: Manage projects efficiently and to meet schedule