Sep 29, 2022  
2019-2020 Archived Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Archived Catalog

CADD-204 CADD Product Design Applications

Credits 4 / 6 Contact Hours
Prerequisite: Placement into RDNG-016  (ACSR-016); Minimum 2.0 in CADD 160  
A lecture/laboratory course which explores design concepts associated with the development of production parts. Concepts relating to design material selection manufacturing processes and cost will be emphasized. The course will address practical job-related situations using methods currently in use by industry in the development of new products. Assignments will include design analysis design reviews and practical application problems completed in a CADD environment. The course will build on those topics addressed in CADD-160  and is project based.

Course Outcomes
1. Describe the relationship between product design, tool design, and the manufacturing process 2. Work within the product drawing structure regarding drafting procedures, product detailing and sub-assembly drawing formats 3. Utilize the design process to develop and analyze a number of design scenarios 4. Participate in brainstorming and team problem solving activities 5. Analyze design situations and participate in optimization activities 6. Describe function and purpose of design optimization techniques such as Design for Assembly, Manufacturing, and Serviceability 7.  Participate in a multi-faceted design analysis and review process 8. Consider the effect that dimensions and tolerances have on manufacturing considerations and part quality and cost 9. Analyze operating environments and/or regulations and make decisions relating to material selection, manufacturing processes and part design 10. Generate CAD models to graphically represent product concepts and ideas