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Drawing II

SKDR 111

Drawing II

SKDR 111

Course Description

Prerequisite: SKDR 101. A continuation of SKDR 101. Topics include multiview and pictorial sketching and drawing, sections drawing, dimensioning and tolerancing. (45)

Outcomes and Objectives

The student will be able to 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 drawing of a mechanical component according to current Metric and US Customary ANSI drawing and dimensioning standards.
  • 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.

The student will be able to 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.

The student will be able to construct primary auxiliary views of single mechanical components.

Objectives:

  • Draw auxiliary views of mechanical components on engineering design drawings through orthographic projection.
  • Draw auxiliary views of mechanical components on engineering design drawings through revolution.