Course description: An introductory course to develop basic skills in reading blueprints. Introduces the student to various types of working sketches, and drawings for fabricating assemblies for manufacturing applications.
Course objectives: Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to,
Identify common welding and drawing terms on a typical welding part drawing.
Correctly interpret information given in drawing. Visualize objects by applying orthographic drawing principles. Calculate missing part dimensions. Identify tolerance requirements and determine part material requirements.
Lecture: This course provides the knowledge to identify the principles of common terms on a typical part drawing. Correctly interpret information given in a drawing. Visualize objects by applying orthographic drawing principles. Calculate missing part dimensions.
Lab: Student will demonstrate the knowledge, and understanding of shop drawings and sketches. Have the ability to interpret drawings. Demonstrate the correct procedure to calculate dimensional measurements and the use of sketching tools. Demonstrate the procedures fabricate templates.
Prerequisite: Successfully completed course #WLDG1110
Course start date: Continuous enrollment