Auxiliary Views - Design Brief

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Introduction

The students will design a shape that is derived from a DESIGN BRIEF. A DESIGN BRIEF is a comprehensive written document for an original designed project developed in concert by a person or business for a product. The written document is focused on the desired results of design - not aesthetics.

In this lesson the students will be able to develop a fully dimensioned multi-view drawing from an original design that they created. They will first sketch a design of a shape that includes common features such as a negative cylinder (hole), fillets and rounds, a large radius, and an inclined plane. Including an inclined plane will necessitate an auxiliary view part as of the drawing.

Lesson Time

2 Class Periods
55 Minutes
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Industries / Subjects / Grades

Industries / Pathways
  • Engineering & Architecture Engineering & Architecture

Standards and Objectives

Standards

California Academic Content Standards (4)
California's 2008 CTE Standards (8)

Related Instructional Objectives (SWBAT...)

  • Create an Original Design
  • Apply the Steps of the Engineering Design Process
  • Apply Common Features to an Original Part
  • Complete a Multi-view Drawing with an Auxiliary View
  • Reinforce the Applications of Auxiliary Views

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