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DRF 107 - Intermediate Mechanical Design

Credits: 3
Instructional Contact Hours: 4

Applies computer-aided and manual methods to the mechanical design process using single and multi-view dimensioning, tolerancing, limit dimensions, thread representation and symbols, orthographic projection, auxiliary views, revolution views, design specifications, working drawings, and vectors for analysis.

Prerequisite(s): DRF 121  or SKDR 101 ; and CAD 114 .
Corequisite(s): None
Lecture Hours: 30 Lab Hours: 30
Meets MTA Requirement: None
Pass/NoCredit: Yes

Outcomes and Objectives
  1. Draw, dimension, and annotate a single view, or a multi-view mechanical design drawing of a single part according to current ANSI standards.
    1. Review and draw geometric figures.
    2. Draw and dimension
    3. Demonstrate standard Metric and US Customary ANSI tolerancing to features on engineering design drawings of mechanical components.
    4. Draw fastener thread symbols and notes and apply them to engineering design drawings of single mechanical components.
    5. Draw graphical analytical solutions to elementary engineering mechanics vector problems.
  2. Draw, dimension, and annotate a single view, or multi-view mechanical design working drawings of an assembly of parts according to current ANSI standards.
    1. Draw engineering design working drawings consisting of an assembly of mechanical components and details of the components according to standard engineering practice.
    2. Demonstrate standard Metric and US Customary ANSI tolerancing to features on engineering design drawings of mechanical components.
    3. Draw and dimension
    4. orthographic single view engineering design drawings of a mechanical component according to current Metric and US Customary ANSI drawing and dimensioning standards. Projects include tooling, jigs, fixturing, injection molds, etc.
    5. Draw fastener thread symbols and notes and apply them to engineering design working drawings of an assembly of mechanical components.
  3. Construct primary auxiliary views of single mechanical components.
    1. The student will draw auxiliary views of mechanical components on engineering design drawings through orthographic projection.
    2. The student will draw auxiliary views of mechanical components on engineering design drawings through revolution.



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