Course description: This course is intended to provide intermediate range of topics to ensure that the student will further understand how to interpret drawings used in the welding industry. Class assignments provide practice in visualizing a product from a blueprint to its final form, shape, and finish.
Course objectives: Upon successful completion of this course the student will demonstrate the knowledge to Define terms and abbreviations. Identify and explain object views, lines, and dimensions. Identify, explain, and interpret weld symbols; identify structural shapes. Calculate dimensions and material needed to fabricate each component. Identify tolerance requirements and determine part material requirements.
Lecture: This course will be taught using the traditional lecture with a question and answer period daily. Audio-visual materials and computer based technology will be used when appropriate. Students will be shown how to use a calculator where appropriate.
Lab: Class assignments provide practice in visualizing a product from a blueprint to its final form, shape, and finish. Other topics covered are materials, welding processes, understanding supplementary information on drawings, and geometric dimensioning and tolerance, of each component.
Prerequisite: Successfully completed course #WLDG1123
Course start date: Continuous Enrollment