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About the Course

Who Benefits

This course is designed for individuals seeking a profession in mechanical engineering field at the level of a technician, technologist or skilled worker. General Machinists, Tool and Die Makers, Mold Makers, CNC Programmers, Millwrights, Mechanical Maintenance Technicians, Consumer Product Designers, Machine Tool Designers, Technology Hobbyists and Prototype Developers require this introductory course to pursue and succeed in their relevant industrial fields.

Content

    1. Brief review of various engineering principles.
    1. Drawing sheet sizes, standards, borders and title block.
    1. Point, Line, Curve, Surface and Solid properties.
    1. Right hand rule and 3 view projections.
    1. Dimensions, Tolerances and basic GD&T notations.
    1. Isometric, Diametric and Perspective representations of a solid object.

Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  1. Identify symbols and interpolate standard notations for variety of engineering drawings
  2. Sketch and properly dimension 3 views of simple parts from 3D solid models
  3. Construct simple isometric views from 3 view projections.
  4. Collect relative information, interpolate and properly analyze contents of a typical drawing.

Course Outline

CRN
CAD 101
Course
Introduction to Engineering Drawing
Cost
$1
Start Date
Duration
5 Week(s)
Location
Petrel College

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Admissions:
+1 (289) 842-3360
admission@petrelcollege.ca

Duration:
5 Week(s)

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