Engineering Technology 1


  • Unit 1: Engineering Careers
     
    Unit 2: Sketching Basics
    Demos and Assignments Link: Introduction to Sketching
    Overview: Line Sketching, Orthographic, Obliques, Perspective, Isometric and Scale Measuring
     
    Unit 3: Creo Basics Extrude and Dimensioning
    Demos and Assignments Link: Introduction to Creo
    Overview: Single Extrude Tutorial, Design Parts 1-4, Layout Tutorial for Part 1, Layout and Dimension Parts 1-4

    Unit 4: Multiple Extrudes
              Demos and Assignments Link: Multiple Extrudes
              Overview: Tutorial Multiple Extrudes, Parts 5-10, Tutorial Types of Workplanes/Extrudes 

       
    Unit 5: Holes, Arcs, Rounds and Fillets Basics
                  Demos and Assignments Link: Holes, Arcs, Rounds and Fillets Basic
                  Overview: Tutorial Holes, Arcs, Rounds and Fillets, Parts 11-14, Tutorial Counterbore and Countersink
     
    Unit 6: Advanced Modeling
       Demos and Assignments Link: Advanced Modeling
        Overview: Tutorial Patterning and Mirroring, Tutorial Merge Multiple Solides, Parts 15 and 16
     
     
    Unit 7: Sectioning
    Demos and Assignments Link: Sectioning
    Overview: Chapter Reading, Sketching, Full Section Tutorial Parts 17 and 18, Offset Section Tutorial, Part 19
     
    Unit 8: Revolves
    Demos and Assignments: Revolves
    Overview: Revolve Solid Model Tutorial, Parts 20-21, Revolve Layout Tutorial

    Unit 9: Assemblies: Static and Mechanized
    Demos and Assignments Link: Assemblies: Static and Mechanized
    Overview: Assemblies covers Static and Mechanized Components
     
    Dimension Values: Rounded v Non-Rounded
    If you see the following sizes at two places past the decimal on your worksheets adjust to three or four places past the decimal on your solid model only
     
    1/16 or .06 or .062 or .063 = .0625 
    1/8 or .12 or .13 = 0.125
    3/16 or .19 or .187 or .188 = .1875
    1/4 or .25 = .25
    5/16 or .31 or .312 or .313 =.3125
    3/8 or .37 or .38 = .375 
    7/16 or .44 or .437 or .438 = .4375
    1/2 or .50 = .50
    9/16 or .56 or .562 or .563 = .5625
    5/8 or .62 or .63 = 0.625
    11/16 or .68 or .69 or .687 or .688 = .6875
    3/4 or .75 = .75
    13/16 or .81 or .812 or .813 = .8125
    7/8 or .87 or .88 = .875
    15/16 or .94 or .937 or .938 = .9375
     
    Orthographic Working Drawings Approved Scales
    Any scale that is found on a drafting triangular scale is approved
    Common Scales
    2.000 = 1.000 or 2:1
    1.500 = 1.000 or 1.5:1
    FULL or 1.000 = 1.000 or 1:1
    .750 = 1.000 or 3:4
    .500 = 1.000 or 1:2
    .375 = 1.000 or 3:8
    .1875 = 1.000 or 3:16
    .250 = 1.000 or 1:4
    .125 = 1.000 or 1:8
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    Final Exam

    1. Illuminate Link: Written Exam
    2. Sketch: Full and Offset Section Handout on Desk.
    3. Computer Part: Choose one of the four Parts > Design and Layout with Dimensions and Centerlines > Choose A or B Size Title Block
            Reference Tutorial: Creating Construction Lines
            Reference Tutorial: Modifiying Dimension Properties in Creo 
            Reference Tutorial: Dimension Tool Selection Options 
     
     

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