The course consists of a
- one hour lecture per week
- one hour of in class assignment work
- two hours of lab work
Assignments are to be handed in at the end of each class or lab.
Late assignments will not be marked. Project due dates will be given at the start of the term. Due dates are fixed and will not be extened or changed.
- Introduction to Projection
- Orthographic Sketching from Pictorial
- Orthographic Sketching from Object
- Missing Views (isometric and orthographic)
- Dimensioning and Tolerances
- Auxiliary Drawings
- Engineering process and other special topics
- Group Design Process
- Individual Midterm Design Project
- Final Design Project
The student will be able to:
- Demonstrate an ability to translate from one to another of
- the solid
- orthographic representation
- verbal description
- mental picture
Assignments - minimum 20% and maximum of 30%
There is an option for on-line assignments.
Group Project - minimum 20% and a maximum of 30%
Midterm Project - minimum 20% and a maximum of 30%
Final Project - minimum 30% and a maximum of 40%
Exact textbook and materials will be decided by the instructor before the course begins.
They will be similar to
- Earle, J.H. Engineering Design Graphics (current edition), Prentice Hall
- Randy H Shih, AutoCAD Tutorial, Schroff Development Corporation (SDC)
- Set of drawing equipment including but not limited to a geometric compass and a ruler of minimum 15 cm length
B.C. Pre-calculus 12 with a grade of C or higher