Mechanical Drawing & Machine-Shop Training I
- Basic drafting rules and drafting equipment (rules, drafting media and equipment, lettering, scales, Computer Aided Design principles),
- Common geometric constructions (angle bisection, dividing geometric elements into equal parts, up- and downscaling, drawing parallel perpendicular and tangent lines, drawing curves),
- Multi-view projection (metric, orthographic or Monge views), solid sections, involute splines
- Mechanical drawing (working and detail drawings, assembly drawings, auxiliary views),
- Dimensioning (basics and rules, fundamentals and preferred dimensional practices, baseline dimensioning, direct and chain dimensioning, dimensioning for CAM),
- Sectional views (rules, section lines, full sections, half and offset sections, unsectioned features and intersections in section),
- Machine shop training – machining simple parts – lathe, milling machine, drilling and fitting, quality assurance and measurement.
The learning outcomes expected by the end of the course are:
- Knowledge: Students will acquire basic knowledge about the representation of objects, common geometric constructions, familiarize themselves with basic drafting rules and drafting equipment and will develop a clear understanding of sectional views. In addition, they will familiarize themselves with machine tools and processes of a typical machine shop, such as lathe, milling machine, drill, fitting, measurement and quality control.
- Skills: Students will develop skills in understanding handling typical machine tools through the construction of a simple gearbox mechanism.
- Abilities: Combination of the above knowledge and skills to enable students to complete the team project of constructing a simple gearbox mechanism and to prepare the necessary technical report.
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes