DCAD - Drafting CAD

DCAD 1405 - Industrial Drafting II

Level: 
Lower
Credits: 
5
Description: 

The use and application of auxiliary view drawings. Also the use and application of development drawings. Students will develop, through projection and solid modeling processes, developed sheet metal developments and intersections. This course will address aspects of freeform modeling and HVAC applications.

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DCAD 1305 - Industrial Drafting I

Level: 
Lower
Credits: 
5
Description: 

Preparation of casting and machine detail drawings using proper dimensioning practices and applications of conventional section views. Introduction of various manufacturing processes, shop terminology, machine operations, and materials used in industrial applications.

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DCAD 1205 - Industrial Drafting Intro

Level: 
Lower
Credits: 
5
Description: 

The use of traditional drafting equipment, lettering, sketching, geometric construction, and orthographic projection, along with similar application on computer programs will also be addressed. In this course, 3 dimensional solid modeling sketching, and software orientation shall occur. Student will be instructed in the creation, use and manipulation of 3 dimensional solids using industrially accepted CAD software.

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DCAD 4900 - Directed Study

Level: 
Lower
Credits: 
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Description: 

By arrangement with advisor. Directed study is to provide an opportunity for the student to continue study in a subject area of special interest or special concern, related directly to an actual job opportunity within the drafting curriculum.

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DCAD 4335 - CNC Machine Programming

Level: 
Lower
Credits: 
5
Description: 

Through the use of standard industrial codes and formulas to write computer programs that will enable CNC machining centers and CNC turning centers to produce parts, within quality standards. To be able to write these CNC programs both from scratch and with the use of commercially available CNC programming software.

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DCAD 4315 - Isometric Exploded Views

Level: 
Lower
Credits: 
5
Description: 
After a thorough understanding of all technical illustration concepts and techniques, the student is now required to master isometric exploded view technical illustrations. The student must be able to supply a complete component list with each illustration. The student must also supply complete assembly instructions (sequence of operations) explaining how this job is put together and functions. Each completed job must be press ready.
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DCAD 4225 - Process Piping II

Credits: 
5
Level: 
Lower
Prerequisites: 
Description: 
This course will include the necessary theory and laboratory application in the design of chemical processing plant layout. Calling upon skills developed in prerequisite coursework, in addition to Industrial Process Piping Plant Layout standards, students will create an actual CAD model of a plant that they have designed for a comprehensive understanding of piping plant design.
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DCAD 4215 - Commerical Print Techniques

Level: 
Lower
Credits: 
5
Description: 
Introduction to commercial print techniques. This course builds and adds on to computer commercial art. It is now necessary that the student take the material and information he/she has learned to the next level. Field trips to industry and local print shop are important so that the student receives a thorough understanding of the whole technical illustration process for an idea for a final printed piece.
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DCAD 4155 - Technical Illustration

Level: 
Lower
Credits: 
5
Description: 

In this course students will master isometric exploded view technical illustration, including such topics as applications, pictorial selections, and illustration techniques. In addition students will learn about basic printing process, scaling artwork for press runs and coordinating with printing firms. The student will also supply complete assembly instructions (sequence of operations) explaining how this job is put together and functions.

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DCAD 4125 - Process Piping I

Credits: 
5
Level: 
Lower
Prerequisites: 
Description: 
This course will facilitate the concepts and principals employed by drafters in the Industrial Process Piping industry. Using practical laboratory application with topics including flow diagrams, orthographic and isometric spool drawings, plan & elevation piping arrangements, selection of valves, pipe racks and supports. Students will generate a variety of accurate CAD piping assignments similar to the ones currently used in industry today.
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