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Intermediate Mechanical Design

DRF 107

Intermediate Mechanical Design

DRF 107

Course Description

Prerequisite: DRF 121 or SKDR 101; and CAD 114. Applies computer-aided and manual methods to the mechanical design process using single and multi-view dimensioning, tolerancing, limit dimensions, thread representation and symbols, orthographic projection, auxiliary views, revolution views, design specifications, working drawings, and vectors for analysis. (30-30)

Outcomes and Objectives

Draw, dimension, and annotate a single view, or a multi-view mechanical design drawing of a single part according to current ANSI standards.

Objectives:

  • Review and draw geometric figures.
  • Draw and dimension 2D orthographic single view engineering design drawings of a mechanical component according to current Metric and US Customary ANSI drawing and dimensioning standards. Projects include tooling, jigs, fixturing, injection molds, etc.
  • Demonstrate standard Metric and US Customary ANSI tolerancing to features on engineering design drawings of mechanical components.
  • Draw fastener thread symbols and notes and apply them to engineering design drawings of single mechanical components.
  • Draw graphical analytical solutions to elementary engineering mechanics vector problems.

Draw, dimension, and annotate a single view, or multi-view mechanical design working drawings of an assembly of parts according to current ANSI standards.

Objectives:

  • Draw engineering design working drawings consisting of an assembly of mechanical components and details of the components according to standard engineering practice.
  • Demonstrate standard Metric and US Customary ANSI tolerancing to features on engineering design drawings of mechanical components.
  • Draw and dimension 2D orthographic single view and multi-view engineering design drawings of mechanical components according to current Metric and US Customary ANSI drawing and dimensioning standards.
  • Draw fastener thread symbols and notes and apply them to engineering design working drawings of an assembly of mechanical components.

Construct primary auxiliary views of single mechanical components.

Objectives:

  • The student will draw auxiliary views of mechanical components on engineering design drawings through orthographic projection.
  • The student will draw auxiliary views of mechanical components on engineering design drawings through revolution.