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CAD 125 - Intermediate CADD-Mechanical

Credits: 3
Lecture Hours: 2
Lab Hours: 2
Practicum Hours: 0
Work Experience: 0
Course Type: Voc/Tech
This course will introduce the student to advanced computer-aided drafting and design applications. Program customization, file manipulation/translation and library creation/usage will be covered. Three-dimensional concepts will be discussed.
Prerequisite: CAD 119  
Competencies
  1. Generate Simple Library Parts
    1. Review Library Part Creation
    2. Design Drawing Form
    3. Discuss Attributes
    4. Develop Titleblock Attributes
    5. Create Titleblock Library Part
    6. Discuss Reference files
    7. Develop Simple Library Parts
  2. Create Slides/Scripts
    1. Discuss Slide File Creation
    2. Generate Slides of Simple Library Parts.
    3. Discuss Script Files.
    4. Compile Simple Script File.
  3. Develop Simple User Programs
    1. Discuss Existing Program Usage
    2. Discuss Simple Programming Functions
    3. Analyze Program Creation Techniques
    4. Generate Simple Programs
  4. Generate a Customized Menu
    1. Discuss Menu File Structure
    2. Identify Menu Command Structure
    3. Create Simple Library Menu
  5. Appraise File/System Management
    1. Identify File Types
    2. Discuss File Translation
    3. Create Translation Files
    4. Change Basic Program Configuration
    5. Discuss Hard Disk Management
  6. Summarize Basic 3D Concepts
    1. Discuss 3D Coordinate Entry
    2. Produce Simple 3D Wireframe Cube.
    3. Discuss 3D Viewing Techniques.
    4. Manipulate User Coordinate System
  7. Explain Basic 3D Entity Creation Methods
    1. Differentiate between Wireframe and Extruded Entities.
    2. Create Extruded 3D Entities.
    3. Discuss 3D Wireframe Surfaces
    4. Create Simple 3D Wireframe Surfaces
    5. Discuss Simple 3D Visualization Commands
    6. Use Simple 3D Visualization Commands
  8. Investigate 3D Entity Modification Procedures
    1. Discuss 3D Editing Commands
    2. Describe 3D Editing Problems
    3. Practice 3D Editing Commands.
  9. Develop 3D Wireframe Projects
    1. Produce Simple 3D Wireframe Models
    2. Assemble Complex 3D Wireframe Models
  10. Summarize Basic Solid Modeling Concepts
    1. Discriminate Between 3D Wireframe and Solid Modeling
    2. Discuss Solids Program Execution
    3. Examine Basic Solid Modeling Concepts
    4. Discuss Solids Creation Commands
    5. Discuss Solids Modification Commands
    6. Discuss Solids Display Commands
    7. Demonstrate Solids Creation Techniques
    8. Investigate Solids Analysis Commands
  11. Develop 3D Solid Model Projects
    1. Produce a Simple Solid Model.
    2. Assemble a Complex Solid Model
  12. Create a Solid Model Rendering
    1. Investigate Rendering Program Concepts
    2. Discuss Light Sources
    3. Examine Object Finishes
    4. Discuss Scene Setup
    5. Create Rendered Image
  13. Generate Model/Paperspace Plot.
    1. Review Paperspace/Modelspace
    2. Create Paperspace Drawing



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