CADD-140 Mechanical Detailing Applications
Credits 3 / 4 Contact Hours
Prerequisite: Placement into RDNG-016 (ACSR-016); Minimum 2.0 in CADD 130
An introduction to CADD applications used in creating mechanical detail drawings. The emphasis of this course is to develop the mechanical detailing skills required for an entry level detailing Technician. After successfully completing this course the student should be prepared to complete tasks such as: create the detail drawings for a product machine or tooling equipment projects.
1. Create mechanical detail drawings 2. Display proper selection and use of drafting applications using CADD 3. Accurately layout and construct required detail drawings of objects with required scale 4. Construct orthographic drawings of objects with required scale 5. Dimension drawings using proper placement and usage of dimensions and notes 6. Accurately construct various types of section views using cutting plane lines, section line, etc. 7. Develop a vocabulary of words commonly associated with the drafting field 8. Produce a completed detail and working drawings, and related construction documentation using established standards