Engineering Production Drawings and Tool Design


Preparation of standard manufacturing drawings, including detail, sub-assemblies and assemblies. The designs required for tooling are generated concurrently with the design of the part or assembly. The various steps involved in the process of designing individual parts or assemblies is used to show the effects the process can have on production tooling. Skills learned include the use of various resources to determine strength of materials used in the design, the use of standard vendors’ parts, the use of different drafting techniques to design parts, and the use of required production tooling. CAD software is used to produce the various drawings required. 3 Credits (1 Lecture - 6 Lab) Prerequisite(s): CCD123 and CCD124. Spring Only.


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