Industrial Design Drafting 3

  • Prerequisite Course(s): Industrial Design Drafting 1& 2
  • High School Credit = 1/2 credit per semester (Postsecondary credit = 0)
  • This course will be offered: every year
  • Pathway (Optional): Engineering and Technology
  • Career Cluster Area: Industrial Engineering
  • Source of Occupational Skills Standards: American Design Drafting Association (ADDA)
  • Eligibility for Nationally Recognized Skill Certificate(s)/State License? No
  • Tech Prep: No
  • Is this course brokered through another institution or agency? No
  • Course Description: This course covers the advanced drawing methods and techniques related to engineering design, basic descriptive geometry, and computer-assisted drawing. It is recommended for students exploring the career fields of engineering or other design drafting related occupations or educational programs. This course would also be helpful for a student who is exploring careers in electricity, electronic, computers, welding, and machining.
  • Content Headings/Topics
    1. Introduction to advanced drafting tools and techniques
    2. Advanced CAD techniques
    3. Basic descriptive geometry
    4. Threads and fasteners
    5. Electricity and electronic engineering symbols
    6. Welding symbols
    7. Mechanical engineering symbols
    8. Civil engineering drawings and symbols
    9. Data storage and transfer in a group environment
    10. Careers in drafting and design
Performance Standards (Learner Outcomes)Specific Occupational Skills StandardsAlaska Reading, Writing, Math, Science Performance StandardsAlaska Content StandardsAlaska Employability StandardsAlaska Cultural StandardsAll Aspects of IndustryAssessments
1. Utilize advanced drafting and design tools, such as AutoCad drafting program, scanners, pen plotter, and blue print machines.E.C.2Tech C Eng. ATechnicalDemonstrate
2. Develop layout templates for use with various drawing activities.CADD 4.5.3M.C.1Technical / PlanningDemonstrate
3  Have a working knowledge of advanced and user defined menu options available with the CAD program the student is using.M.B.1 M.E.1Tech CB4 C4TechnicalDemonstrate
4. Utilize the advantages of advanced CAD functions to solve design problems.CADD 4.5.1M.B.1Tech CB4 C4TechnicalDemonstrate
5. Create user- defined menus for specific types of drawing.CADD 4.5.1M.C.1Tech BTechnicalDemonstrate
6. Utilize interactive CAD databases.M.C.1Tech CA2TechnicalDemonstrate
7.    Create dimension drawings using advanced appropriate symbols and tolerances.CADD 1.4.10M.A.2TechnicalDemonstrate
8. Using the CAD program, perform basic descriptive geometry activities.CADD M.06M.A.2 M.A.5Math ETechnicalDemonstrate
9. Determine the slope, grade, bearing, true length, and point projection of a line.M.A.2 M.A.5Math ETechnicalDemonstrate
10.   Draw a plane in three views, and if given a second plane  determine if there is a point of intersection.M.A.2Math ETechnicalDemonstrate
11.   Draw various threads and fasteners given the   specifications for the thread or fasteners.M.A.2TechnicalDemonstrate
12. Have a working knowledge of threads and fasteners.TechnicalDemonstrate
13. Draw threads and fasteners in detail, schematic, and   simplified forms.M.A.2TechnicalDemonstrate
14. Appropriately utilize electricity and electronic symbols on   a working drawing.CADD 4.5.3M.C.1Math ETechnicalDemonstrate
15. Develop an electricity/electronic symbol library.CADD 3.3.8M.C.1Technical / PlanningDemonstrate
16. Appropriately utilize welding symbols on a working drawing.CADD 4.5.3M.C.1TechnicalDemonstrate
17. Develop a welding symbol library.CADD 3.1.8M.C.1Technical / PlanningDemonstrate
18. Appropriately utilize mechanical symbols on a working  drawing.CADD 4.5.3M.C.1Math ETechnicalDemonstrate
19. Develop a mechanical symbol library.CADD 3.3.8M.C.1A2Technical / PlanningDemonstrate

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