May 23, 2019  
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CAD 252 - Design Project I

Credits: 4
Lecture Hours: 2
Lab Hours: 4
Practicum Hours: 0
Work Experience: 0
Course Type: Voc/Tech
Design process and procedures will be discussed. Design process and procedures will be discussed. Industry standards will be covered as used for student design projects.
Prerequisite: CAD 152  , CAD 183  , CAD 240  , CAD 182  ,CAD 242  and MAT 773  
Competencies
  1. Discuss design project conceptions.
    1. Discuss product markets.
    2. Examine supply and demand.
    3. Examine cost analysis.
  2. Associate typical engineering jobs and duties as they pertain to the design project.
    1. Discuss design teams.
    2. Discuss manufacturing/engineering relationships.
    3. Discuss Product Lifecycle Management. (PLM)
    4. Discuss company and project security.
  3. Analyze project components.
    1. Discuss detail parts.
    2. Discuss assemblies.
  4. Review drawing types.
    1. Discuss layouts.
    2. Discuss detailed drawings.
    3. Discuss tabulated part drawings.
    4. Discuss specifications.
    5. Discuss source control drawings.
    6. Discuss assembly, weldment, and sub assembly drawings.
    7. Discuss parts lists in assemblies.
    8. Discuss bill of materials. BOM
    9. Discuss other types of drawings.
  5. Analyze how the market for a product determines engineering conception and design.
    1. Evaluate how product marketing drives engineering projects.
    2. Examine how different factors can enter into product design.
    3. Research how marketing could effect your design.
  6. Discuss creating an engineering project.
    1. Discuss project sketches.
    2. Discuss project layouts.
    3. Examine time estimates for drawings.
    4. Examine CAD/CAM/CAE considerations.
    5. Discuss material considerations.
    6. Discuss fabrication techniques.
    7. Discuss assembly techniques.
    8. Examine preliminary and critical design reviews.
    9. Discuss project milestones and GANTT charts.
    10. Discuss utilizing a 3D solid model for an assembly.
    11. Discuss automatic updates within engineering department. PLM
    12. Discuss purchased parts.
    13. Discuss engineer prototype.
  7. Explore the engineering release cycle.
    1. Discuss drawing release cycles.
    2. Discuss the design drafter’s role in the release cycle.
  8. Examine revision cycles.
    1. Examine a revision request document.
    2. Examine implementing a changes.
    3. Discuss releasing the change back into the engineering system.
    4. Discuss the design drafter’s role in the revision cycle.
  9. Discuss reverse engineering.
    1. Examine reverse engineering applications.
    2. Discuss reverse engineering as a means of prototyping.
    3. Examine practical applications for reverse engineering.
    4. Reverse engineer a machined/cast part.
    5. Sketch and measure part with precision measurement tools.
    6. Reproduce part in parametric software and generate a rapid prototype.
    7. Discuss 3D scanning of parts and scan a machined/cast part.
    8. Convert scanned part into a featured parametric part.
  10. Outline a design project.
    1. Select a design project.
    2. Perform a market research for the design project.
    3. Prepare project notebook.
    4. Present project ideas to class.
    5. Prepare preliminary sketches.
    6. Evaluate project with instructor.
    7. Evaluate project with subject matter experts.
  11. Examine engineering prototypes.
    1. Discuss purpose of prototype.
    2. Examine prototype simulations.
    3. Discuss rapid-prototyping.
  12. Create a project layout.
    1. Prepare layout conception from preliminary sketches.
    2. Create design layout of project.
    3. Calculate time management.
    4. Prepare project to be completed in CAD 254.



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