Jan 18, 2020
ME 104 - Technical Drawing
Credit Hours: 2
Study of the technical graphic language in accordance with the industrial concepts and practices included in the current engineering drawing standards. Emphasis is placed on the proper preparation of technical drawings. Starting with the study of freehand technical sketching technique, the student continues with the study of fundamental theory of orthographic projection and of the concepts of dimensioning. Further materials such as sectioning, auxiliary view, assembly, and pictorial drawings are covered in this course. Topics include threads and fasteners and an introduction to detail and assembly drawings.
Upon Completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- apply ANSI and ISO standards;
- produce multi-view drawings;
- produce sectional and auxiliary views;
- perform layout procedures;
- sketch 2 dimensional drawings;
- read and interpret blueprints;
- use drafting instruments;
- use dimensioning and tolerancing techniques;
- describe and identify threads and fasteners;
- prepare Basic Technical Drawings and Sketches; and
- draw, Dimension and Interpret Multi-view Drawings.