Technical Drawing II
Design and drafting applications as they apply to castings and forgings, welded parts, plastic parts, piping details, sheet metal developments and intersections are covered using parametric modeling approach. Also covered are various motion drives and mechanisms, including cam, gear and roller chain sprocket design and terminology. The use of spread sheet calculations for design of cams, gears and sprockets are covered in addition to standard (dialog-box driven) design accelerators. In addition to software applications – freehand sketching at ideation stage is emphasized. ANSI/ASME drawing standards and practices are emphasized. (Formerly CCD121) 3 Credits (2 Lecture - 3 Lab) Prerequisite(s): CCD103 and CCD104. Corequisite(s): CCD124. Spring Only.