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Unit Industry Sector
Engineering & Architecture

Unit Originally Created By: Karen Dalton-Wemp

Multi-View Drawings

Part of Course: Engineering Design I Model

Unit Overview / Details

This unit will provide learning activities to apply two or more views to describe an object as a working engineering drawing.  Both traditional board drafting and CADD techniques are presented.

Instructional Days

Classroom
35 Hours

Content / Concepts

  • commands and concepts necessary for producing drawings through traditional or computer-aided means
  • orthographic projection process for multiview drawings
  • techniques for viewing objects
  • using geometric construction in design drawings
  • apply pictorial drawings derived from orthographic multiview drawings and sketches and from a solid modeler

CTE Standards

Industries and Pathways:
Engineering & Architecture

Lessons in this Unit

  • In this lesson students will be able to develop a fully dimensioned multi-view drawing from a handout. They will develop the drawing given two of the views along with an Isometric. They are required to create the third view and dimension all three views, using AutoCAD software and will understand the use of multi-view applications in the Engineering Design industry.

    2 Class Periods - Each Period
    55 Minutes
  • In this lesson students will be able to develop a fully dimensioned multi-view drawing from a isometric CAD drawing and paper handout. They will develop the drawing given only a non dimensioned Isometric handout / CAD file. They are required to create the 3rd view and dimension all three views, using AutoCAD software.

    2 Class Periods - Each Period
    55 Minutes
  • Students will create a basic 3 view drawing (front, top, right side views) using 1/4" graph paper. These views will be derived from a Pictorial drawing (isometric).

    Total Lesson Time
    55 - 75 Minutes
    Label
    0 Minutes
  • This lesson is an introduction to Multiviews and Orthographic Projection.  Students will work w/ Normal Surfaces before moving on to more complex multiviews.

    Entire Lesson
    5 Hours
    Introduction
    10 Minutes
    Multiview/Normal Surfaces .ppt
    45 Minutes
    Missing Lines & Views .ppt
    25 Minutes
    guided practice
    25 Minutes
    CAD modeling
    90 Minutes
    Review
    20 Minutes
    Quiz & review
    45 Minutes
  • This lesson builds on Multiviews 1 and allows more time for students to work on their drawings which include inclined, oblique and rounded surfaces

    Entire time
    5 Hours
    Escher-hooks/set
    5 Minutes
    Multiviews/Inclined, Oblique & Rounded
    35 Minutes
    Missing Lines & Views worksheets
    25 Minutes
    CAD Modeling
    130 Minutes
    Hand sketching multiviews
    20 Minutes
    Review
    20 Minutes
    Quiz & Review
    45 Minutes