Part of Course: Engineering Design I Model
Unit Overview / Details
The lesson in creating working drawings covers the use of detailed and assemblies for manufactured part(s). The major kinds of working drawings that will be covered include: include detailed drawings, assembly drawings, and subassembly drawings.
These lessons utilize previous knowledge from multi-view drawings, sectional views, auxiliary views, notes/notations annotations, and standard dimensioning techniques.
- 15 Hours
California Career and Technical Education Standards
Content / Concepts
- Use of sketches, layout drawings, detail drawings, subassembly drawings, and assembly drawings to create industry-standard working drawings.
- Be able to summaries the contents of a parts list or bill of materials.
- Prepare sketches, layout drawings, detail drawings, sbassembly drawings, and assembly assembly drawings.
- Describe a typical engineering department and the functions of a design section, and applications department, and th marketing department.
- Understand Design for Manufacturability (DFM) procedure.
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Lessons in this Unit
In this lesson the students will be introduced to the various types of working drawings and the necessary information on working drawings to provide all the necessary information to manufacture, construct, or install parts to machinery. They will learn the purposes of each of the working drawing types, what information is included, and the application of the four parts of a working drawing.
- One class period
- 55 Minutes
In this lesson the student will create a working drawing that is in reality a production drawing to show the necessary views, dimensions, and NOTES required to make a part without the use of additional information. The student will rely on previous skills sand knowledge involving orthographic projection, dimensioning, general note generation, and other graphic techniques to communicate design information for production,
In this first drawing assignment a detailed part will be produced to provide all the information required to make the part of the final design.
- Classroom 3 Periods @
- 50 Minutes