Project Lead the Way: Computer Integrated Manufacturing

Mechanical Drafting and Design I and II emphasize the theory and application of engineering and drafting principles used to create detailed drawings according to exact project specifications. Instruction includes experiences in gathering and translating realistic project data or specifications, completion of two- and three-dimensional drawings, the development of computer models, and seeing products through completion. Instruction will reinforce and expand students’ mathematical skills through the study of geometric tolerance and construction and the use of geometry and trigonometry principles in design projects and laboratory activities.

This course runs at the same time and concurrent to the Mechanical Drafting and Design course/curriculum.

Course Prerequisites: Introduction to Engineering Design (IED) and Principles of Engineering (POE).

Email the instructor: Emily Reidford

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