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Engineering Drawing and Practicum

START:
January 1, 2017
DURATION:
3 credits
ID:
IEG2B3
CREDIT:
3

Technical drawing is a course to learn about the techniques of drawing using ISO standards, ranging from technical base image (lines, circles), 3-dimensional isometry image, orthogonal projection, image size, tolerance, information processing, the surface roughness of up to a picture assembly (more than two parts). The ability to use this technique tool will simplify the design process and techincal drawings of engineering design. Practicum consists of the practice of making basic 2D image, size and tolerance, 3D drawings and assembly drawings

Learning Objectives :

Drawing Techniques are courses that study the techniques of drawing using ISO standards, ranging from basic technical drawing (lines, circles), 3-D images Isomestri, Orthogonal projection, image size, tolerance, information processing, surface roughness, to the assembly drawings (more than 2 parts). To complete a given theory, lecture comes with practice drawing techniques. In practice, the lab performed using the software as a tool to make engineering drawings. The ability to use this software will ease the process of drafting techniques and working drawings of engineering designs

 

Competencies :

1. Students are able to perform geometric measurements of a product for the purposes of making engineering drawings
2. Students understand the concept of tolerance
3. Capable of reading engineering drawings of a product for purposes within the scope of further industrial engineering such as quality control, process planning and design of engineering products
4. Students are able to create an image of a product engineering
5. Students are able to create a bill of materials of engineering drawings of a given product

Subject :

Practice of making basic 2D drawing, size and tolerance, 3D and assembly drawings.

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