## Topic outline

• ### Mechanical Drafting 101

With the explosion of technology as we view it today, an understanding of moving from idea to product is essential. In drafting the student is introduced to concepts as they relate to the four technologies. Within each aspect the student will be guided through instruction, demonstration, hands on activities and problem solving techniques. Computer Aided Design (CAD) will be introduced. CAD is the organized use of a computer, LCD monitor, input device, and CAD software to perform drafting and design tasks. These tasks can range from the simple and repetitive to the complex. Since all drafting skills can be reduced to the use of lines, arcs, points, symbols, and text, most CAD systems deal with these primitives and the many ways of grouping, reusing, and manipulating these items. The primitives are used to create more complex drawings through the use of any number of input devices to form the drawing on the screen. Through the use of the software, the drawing can be modified, stored, or dumped to a plotter to produce a hard copy.

# Welcome Week

Course Objectives

• Classroom rules & norms
• Review of syllabus
• Assessment Handouts

# Mechanical Drafting Tools

Course Objectives

• Tools used for

Standards:

# Sketching Fundimentals

Course Objectives

• Tools used for

Standards:

• A1: Describe objects as geometric entities
• A3: Describe and demonstrate the use of graphic communication skills through sketching.
• A9: Identify the following basic geometry elements: line, circle, rectangle, sphere, and cube.
• E23:Create and edit basic geometry.

# Measuring Fundamentals

Course Objectives

• Tools used for Measuring & Assessment

Standards:

• CC-Math 2: MAKE SENSE OF QUANTITIES AND THEIR RELATIONSHIPS IN PROBLEM SITUATIONS
• CC-Math 5: CONSIDER THE AVAILABLE TOOLS WHEN SOLVING A MATHEMATICAL PROBLEM.

# Board & Drawing Setup

Course Objectives

• Tools used for

Standards:

• CC-Math 2: MAKE SENSE OF QUANTITIES AND THEIR RELATIONSHIPS IN PROBLEM SITUATIONS
• CC-MATH 4: APPLY THE MATHEMATICS LEARDED TO SOLVE PROBLEMS ARISING IN EVERYDAY LIFE, SOCIETY, AND THE WORKPLACE.
• CC-Math 5: CONSIDER THE AVAILABLE TOOLS WHEN SOLVING A MATHEMATICAL PROBLEM.
• E21: Describe the process for setting and editing drawing elements.
• E24: Place and edit text and fonts.

# Drawing Setup

Course Objectives

• Tools used for

Standards:

• CC-Math 2: MAKE SENSE OF QUANTITIES AND THEIR RELATIONSHIPS IN PROBLEM SITUATIONS.
• CC-MATH 4: APPLY THE MATHEMATICS LEARDED TO SOLVE PROBLEMS ARISING IN EVERYDAY LIFE, SOCIETY, AND THE WORKPLACE.
• CC-Math 5: CONSIDER THE AVAILABLE TOOLS WHEN SOLVING A MATHEMATICAL PROBLEM.
• A1: Describe objects as geometric entities
• A7: Evaluate the choice and placement of dimensions, notes, and annotations to clearly communicate design intent
• A9: Identify the following basic geometry elements: line, circle, rectangle, sphere, and cube.
• D17: Interpret basic views and dimensions in a working drawing.
• D19: Interpret drawings, pictures, and symbols.
• E21: Describe the process for setting and editing drawing elements.
• E23:Create and edit basic geometry.
• E24: Place and edit text and fonts.
• E27: Generate a 2D multiview drawing.
• G34: Create a 2D drawing from a 3D model.

# Dimensioning Setup

Course Objectives

• Tools used for

Standards:

• CC-Math 2: MAKE SENSE OF QUANTITIES AND THEIR RELATIONSHIPS IN PROBLEM SITUATIONS
• CC-MATH 4: APPLY THE MATHEMATICS LEARDED TO SOLVE PROBLEMS ARISING IN EVERYDAY LIFE, SOCIETY, AND THE WORKPLACE.
• CC-Math 5: CONSIDER THE AVAILABLE TOOLS WHEN SOLVING A MATHEMATICAL PROBLEM.
• A1: Describe obJects as geometric entities
• A7: Evaluate the choice and placement of dimensions, notes, and annotations to clearly communicate design intent
• A9: Identify the following basic geometry elements: line, circle, rectangle, sphere, and cube.
• D17: Interpret basic views and dimensions in a working drawing.
• D19: Interpret drawings, pictures, and symbols.
• E21: Describe the process for setting and editing drawing elements.
• E23:Create and edit basic geometry.
• E24: Place and edit text and fonts.
• E27: Generate a 2D multiview drawing.
• G34: Create a 2D drawing from a 3D model.

# 2D Views from 3D Shapes

Course Objectives

• Tools used for

Standards:

• A5: Express a design of an object as a 3D model
• A9: Identify the following basic geometry elements: line, circle, rectangle, sphere, and cube.
• D17: Interpret basic views and dimensions in a working drawing.
• D19: Interpret drawings, pictures, and symbols.
• E23:Create and edit basic geometry.
• E27: Generate a 2D multiview drawing.

# Top - Front - Side

Course Objectives

• Tools used for

Standards:

• CC-Math 2: MAKE SENSE OF QUANTITIES AND THEIR RELATIONSHIPS IN PROBLEM SITUATIONS
• CC-MATH 4: APPLY THE MATHEMATICS LEARDED TO SOLVE PROBLEMS ARISING IN EVERYDAY LIFE, SOCIETY, AND THE WORKPLACE.
• CC-Math 5: CONSIDER THE AVAILABLE TOOLS WHEN SOLVING A MATHEMATICAL PROBLEM.
• A1: Describe objects as geometric entities
• A7: Evaluate the choice and placement of dimensions, notes, and annotations to clearly communicate design intent
• A9: Identify the following basic geometry elements: line, circle, rectangle, sphere, and cube.
• D17: Interpret basic views and dimensions in a working drawing.
• D19: Interpret drawings, pictures, and symbols.
• E21: Describe the process for setting and editing drawing elements.
• E23:Create and edit basic geometry.
• E24: Place and edit text and fonts.
• E27: Generate a 2D multiview drawing.
• G34: Create a 2D drawing from a 3D model.

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# Index Feed

Course Objectives

• Tools used for

Standards:

• CC-Math 2: MAKE SENSE OF QUANTITIES AND THEIR RELATIONSHIPS IN PROBLEM SITUATIONS
• CC-MATH 4: APPLY THE MATHEMATICS LEARDED TO SOLVE PROBLEMS ARISING IN EVERYDAY LIFE, SOCIETY, AND THE WORKPLACE.
• CC-Math 5: CONSIDER THE AVAILABLE TOOLS WHEN SOLVING A MATHEMATICAL PROBLEM.
• A1: Describe objects as geometric entities
• A7: Evaluate the choice and placement of dimensions, notes, and annotations to clearly communicate design intent
• A9: Identify the following basic geometry elements: line, circle, rectangle, sphere, and cube.
• D17: Interpret basic views and dimensions in a working drawing.
• D19: Interpret drawings, pictures, and symbols.
• E21: Describe the process for setting and editing drawing elements.
• E23:Create and edit basic geometry.
• E24: Place and edit text and fonts.
• E27: Generate a 2D multiview drawing.
• G34: Create a 2D drawing from a 3D model.