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CI 175 - Computer-Aided Drafting I


Credit Hours: 3

A basic computer-aided drafting course using the latest release of AutoCAD. Laboratory projects include using the AutoCAD program in developing drawings consisting of orthographic projections, building plans, site plans and topographical drawings. Additional topics covered are title blocks, scanned images, flow diagrams and schematics. Students are instructed in methods used to develop electronic photo images as background layers for renovation drawings.

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

  • create a drawing using advanced setup procedures;
  • use proper layering and linetype techniques for architectural and engineering drawings;
  • use drawing commands, icons, and pull down menus for creating objects on architectural and engineering drawings;
  • use dimensioning commands, icons and pull down menus for creating dimensions on architectural and engineering drawings;
  • use hatch commands, icons and pull down menus for creating material convections on architectural and engineering drawings;
  • create basic architectural and engineering drawings. (may include flow schematics, process diagrams, foundation and/or floor plans, use of scanned images and/or electronic photo images, drawing sections and/or details);
  • create plot files in PDF format and using CTB files for lineweight setup;
  • print files to local network printer; and
  • e-mail PDF & DWG files to instructor.


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