ET 104 Introduction to Engineering Drawing and 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.
CREDIT/DEGREE APPLICABLE (meets all standards of Title 5. Section 55002(a))
After successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Outcome 1: Compose competent freehand sketches
- Outcome 2: Compose front, top, profile, auxiliary and sectioned views of three dimensional objects
- Outcome 3: Integrate simple dimensioning into orthographic drawings
- Outcome 4: Summarize the purpose, the standard practices and the safety procedures of a sheet metal shop, a machine shop, and a printed circuit lab.
- Outcome 5: Summarize fabrication techniques for printed circuit boards and sheet metal layout
- Outcome 6: Distinguish and evaluate various machine tool operations including turning, drilling, reaming, threading, milling, sawing, grinding, filing, and layout.